In this issue: A Tyler, The Creator song is surprisingly really relevant to my life, why I'm currently obsessed with Drake/ Cardi B/ Judge Aquilina and High Maintenance, and eight questions I need an urgent answer to.
In this week's issue: Two playlists for the tough times. The Aziz Ansari "clusterfuck" has me all sorts of confused. The best of what I've read/ watched in the past seven days and a list of 4 seemingly innocuous things that make me cry on sight.
In this week's issue: Were the Golden Globes really the display of solidarity they claimed to be? You will find my answer to this question, the worst in this week's immigration news, the best of what I read/ listened to in the past seven days, as well as a list of the five most feminist things I've consumed.
In this week's issue: Enjoy the site's new threads as I attempt to explain a sliver of what's happening in Puerto Rico, fill y'all in on what I read/watched/listened to over the break, and list eight reasons why 2018 is going to be bomb-ass year.
The best 2017 had to offer in music, lit, journalism, TV and Resistance.
A brief exploration of how America breeds Alt-Right extremists.
Was our Democracy built to fail?
America's fraternities are rarely responsible for the horrors that happen within their walls, here's why.
The NFL ain't what it used to be, neither is America.
A heartless attack on the city that has my heart and why Opioids are tearing our country apart.
Witch is not a dirty word.
Our technology was designed to be addictive.
What happens when a coastal liberal travels cross country, journalistic heroes expose a Hollywood predator and why the N.R.A has the GOP by the balls
Obesity as a byproduct of globalism and Hugh Hefner's complicated legacy.