"These songs will probably only make you feel worse, but at least they'll let you know you’re not alone."
20 years later, after a corner of the internet took the case upon itself, the identity of Lyle Stevik has become the center of a fractious debate over privacy, ethics, and Reddit true-crime sleuths.
People took to Yelp to smear a restaurant, with others appearing to defend the establishment's honor, based solely on the fact that something politically divisive happened there and not the quality of the guacamole.
Young people are not particularly interested in religion, but would still like to believe in something; the world has become too grim and the feeling of helplessness to stop it is too much to bear, so many are turning to mystical measures with the hope that it might decrease their daily despair even slightly; crystals are pretty and it's fun to spend money, particularly if you have a lot of it.
The bodacious bottled drinks once saw an explosion in popularity, then a backlash, and now, a surprise comeback.
Several smaller US cities are hosting their first Pride parades this year. For locals, it's a chance to assert that they don't need to leave their community to be gay.
An ode to the neon orange powder.
Gale Galligan's "Jon" imagines Jon Arbuckle as a humble cartoonist. He teaches a class on cartooning. He gets pre-dinner party nerves. He loves his cat and his dog. It's all there, but with a level of emotional depth and earnestness that somehow just cuts through the grease of existing in the year 2018.
Photographer Giuseppe Nucci documents cosmists, transhumanists, and cryonicists in Russia.
The gaming industry infantilizes its consumer base and trivializes its own art form, smothering even its most obviously provocative titles in plausible deniability.
How the "Jurassic Park" franchise limped on through "The Lost World" and "Jurassic Park III."
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: Wario is number one, there are too many push notifications and it's okay to not like your partner's tweets.
Druids, pagans, and partiers, of course, but also dancers and twirlers, horn-blowers and bubble-blowers, and drum-circle types.
I once briefly dated a guy whose entire Twitter feed was about biking. He spent his day posting links to cycling routes, talking about his bike, communicating with other biking enthusiasts, advocating for cyclist safety efforts, and putting up photos of cars obstructing bike paths. All of this is admirable, of course, but the problem was that I didn’t have a bike, like to bike, or care very much about biking at all, and I started to sense, based on his very enthusiastic bike-related activity on ...
Content from Twitter or Tumblr finds new, remixed life on Instagram.
If you're unfamiliar with O'Malley, it's time to fix that.
After having a moment in 2018, where does the movement go from here?
It's also about Congress and international relations. In any case, it's definitely a jammer.
How culture and history make American and Russian smiles different.
If you ship whiskey on a river, does it taste better? We wanted to know, so we ran an experiment.
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