Eddie Reynolds

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'Party Monster' Was the Film That Changed How I Thought of Elitism

"Party Monster" is packaged as a fairytale-like moral lesson on the true price of excess.<p><i>This post first appeared on VICE UK</i><p>It's hard to accept the plot of <i>Party Monster</i> as truth. But on the night of March 17, 1996, Michael Alig—the snide man-child who'd been dominating the New York club …

What I’m Reading: artnet’s Sophie Neuendorf

<i>Keeping up with the art world requires curiosity, persistence and good taste. But when the internet has opened the floodgates for artistic</i> …

GreenTech formula has made big profits for McAuliffe

The pitches to potential investors in a new electric-car company have been unabashed about its promise: It will enjoy “billions” in government subsidies and tax credits, will rise to a dominant position in the U.S. electric-car industry and, perhaps most critically, has a politically connected …

Attackers storm Nairobi mall, killing dozens

NAIROBI — Gunmen stormed a popular high-end shopping mall in the Kenyan capital Saturday afternoon, lobbing grenades and firing weapons in an attack that left at least 39 people dead and more than 150 injured, Kenyan officials said.<p>As of early Sunday, more than 12 hours after the initial assault, …

Why is the use of chemical weapons taboo?

ON AUGUST 21ST almost 1,500 people were killed in a nerve-agent attack in Syria. It was not just the scale of the atrocity which caused international …

More money than Thor

NORWEGIANS are different from you and me: they have more money. Norway’s general election on September 9th sounded many of the familia themes of …

Easy Money

They were giving away money. That was the reason I took the long subway ride from Brooklyn to Harlem one Sunday morning in August. Once I arrived, though, it was all too clear that I wasn’t the only one who had heard about the opportunity. The open audition for “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” was …