In Extremist Movie Debate, Ethan and Joe’s true feelings about the movie do not matter. They flip a coin to decide who loves it and who hates it. This episode? It.
While we celebrate the output the fundamentally unwell artist creates, we often ignore the conditions they suffer under; because art.
This week marks the 101st birthday of the peerless Roald Dahl. In an effort to articulate what he meant, we asked our young (and young at heart) writers to honor him.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Absolutely Golden by D. Foy. (Stalking Horse Press)
Beyond art school and into the art world, the aphorism “in it to win it” is oft-repeated. But through the many applications funded on last dollars, I’ve realized that there’s something else at play.
Often in life, when we’re faced with loss or crisis, we feel the need to add something. However, doing this often compounds our unhappiness, as we discover that the distraction doesn’t solve the issue.
As tempers reignite with North Korea, we spoke to our resident White House snitch to hand over the nuclear-grade secrets.
Jesse Valencia speaks with the Twin Peaks and Z Nation actor, Jeremy Lindholm, who was recently charged with second-degree attempted murder.
It’s okay to acknowledge when things haven’t worked out exactly as you might have hoped or imagined. Lessons learned.