Thumbnail photo via Flickr users Dave and Margie Hill In this column, I’ve chronicled all manner of racist, pseudo-racist, racially insensitive, and vaguely pornographic videos.
Russell Brand made his name as a provocateur, but recently his voice of dissent has grown louder and louder, threatening to drown out the clownish Booky Wook image he spent a decade building.
It’s the time of year when everybody is celebrating autumn by carving faces into various squash plants and thinking about weird monsters.
Since Israel's inception, the Haredi—ultra-Orthodox adherents of Judaism—have been exempt from the country's military conscription laws.
After a two-week break, it's time, once again, to marvel at some idiots who don't know how to handle the world: Cry-Baby #1: The cast of La Traviata at the Opéra Bastille Screencap via Google Maps, niqab photo via Wikimedia Commons The incident: A Muslim woman wore a niqab to the opera.
St. John's Jelly Bean Road, via Flickr user Kenny Louie Earlier this month, there was a media outcry in Canada about reported gang rapes of sex workers in Newfoundland—but police have yet to begin an investigation.
Chef's Night Out at Night + Market Song
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Kiesza Taught Us the Dance Moves from 'Hideaway'
High cigarette taxes in New York City feed the black market on the street. Photo via Flickr user David Tan It’s a cloudy and cool September morning on Staten Island when I make my way to Bay Street looking for someone to sell me illegal cigarettes.
Image via Flickr user Bludgeoner86 I’ve been writing about video games for close to nine years now, and I’ve never been able to write about my favorite game in a way that satisfies me.
As a Chef, I Wish Yelp Didn’t Exist
Sex at a Four-Year Video Game College
George Orwell's 1984 opens with Winston Smith carving out a pocket of privacy by crouching in a corner of his apartment where the telescreen—and thus Big Brother—can't see and writing a diary entry.
The British 22-Year-Old Making His Name as an Online Jihadi Hunter
A visual representation of hate-following someone online Finally, science has proven that all those dumb-dumbs you're friends with on Facebook have a purpose.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett signing the law on Tuesday. Photos via Flickr user Joe Piette America has long held a fascination with its criminals and convicts.
Left to right: Jorge Soto, Chief Technology Officer at Miroculus, Foteini Christodoulou, Chief Science Officer, and Alejandro Tocigl, CEO The thing about cancer is that you need to catch it early.
Whenever people are asked to name the greatest atrocities of the 20th century—while making small-talk at a dinner party, say, or on Family Feud—the usual suspects will invariably be trotted out: Nazism, the Stalinist pogroms, the Khmer Rouge, sundry African dictators, and Latin American juntas.