John Michael continues his series Life Is a Sweet, Tender Bruise, reflecting on life and people encountered, with two new stories about bells and love.
We can’t stop it, humanoid robots are coming. However, with growing technology making them more lifelike, when do we start treating them like people?
To his critics, Julian Assange’s arrest proves that he isn’t above the law. However, with his lawyers crying foul over his treatment, I’m wondering what law he actually broke.
S.M. Park’s continuing column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “Catch & Release,” Park talks about dating.
Jason Arment reviews the documentary film The Gospel of Eureka, a movie that tracks stories about two theaters operating in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
As it stands, a percentage of domestic violence victims are men. However, a conversation around that topic has been limited. Why?
Patrick A. Howell shares his thoughts following the recent passing of his father, takes in the changes around him, and thinks about moving forward.
History’s first photograph of a black hole proves both the march of our technology and Einstein’s famous theory of relativity.
Jesse Valencia explores the benefits of Transcendental Meditation that he’s learning at the David Lynch Film School and how it can improve an artist’s life and elevate their art.