Young British men are in the midst of a crisis. A crisis of time and purpose, of maturity and masculinity. A crisis that, in their search for meaning, has driven many of them to become completely contradictory
We like to look at candid pictures of celebrities or people doing weird stuff, but when it's a normal guy eating breakfast, or a woman walking her dogs, there's a nagging thought that says, Maybe I shouldn't
After fleeing from the overwhelming number of EuroMaidan protesters in Kiev, former Ukrainian president Victor Yanukovych resurfaced today in Russia, claiming at a press conference that he’s still “the
Investigations Since Osama bin Laden was killed in a U.S. Navy SEAL raid on his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, on May 1, 2011, six potential candidates to lead al Qaeda have been killed in U.S. drone
A disgruntled teacher in LA's public school system started a Facebook page filled with pictures of the sorry state of LAUSD's facilities. While cockroaches crawl around bathrooms and infrastructure remains
The Lipinski Stradivarius, one of the finest examples of the work of the master violin-maker, has been recovered in undamaged condition, prompting an outpouring of relief across the classical music world.
This past weekend was the biggest net-nerd fest yet. You could find and browse all the internet kitsch your heart desires “offline” at the Yami–ichi Internet Black Market in Berlin. “I do not know what
Bidding at Catarina Migliorini's virginity auction is like showering with a raincoat on. The Brazilian woman who has tried at least four times to sell her virginity to the highest bidder has changed her
From a harm reduction point of view, the Silk Road 2.0, a deep-web marketplace for all substances mind altering, is a good thing for drug users, mostly due to the community that has sprung up around it.
Welcome back to Hot Links, our food column dedicated to showcasing the overlooked culinary wonders of YouTube. Here's a selection of table manners videos that are filled with totally useless tips that
First vehicle was electric and made in 1898 The first Porsche ever made has been recovered from a shed in Austria where it sat for over 100 years. The vehicle is called the "Egger-Lohner electric vehicle,
It's been 30 years since Randy Newman name-checked 6th Street in "I Love LA," his ironic ode to Los Angeles's class inequity. In that time, the divide between the city's handful of haves and countless
The most popular record store rejects. photo via The Record Exchange If you’ve ever spent any time flipping through used CDs at a record store, first of all, cut that shit out, it’s 2014. What are you,