With television on the wane and binge watching changing our episodic relationship to programming, where are we to get our daily doses of other people’s lives? Look no further than your status feed.
Young girl turns customer rep’s plaintive cries into a candidate for Song of the Summer 2014.
Feeling World Cup separation anxiety? It’s going to be OK; the Tour de France is here.
Once called a “corridor of violence,” Alcatraz Ave. is now home to a cupcake shop, yoga studios, and a farmers’ market. We caught up with neighbors to talk about their lives, the recent change and how we might endeavor to “do it better.”
A soccer hater jumps on the bandwagon and tries to learn how to love the sport.
Make your Thursday feel like Friday with this match made in heaven, whose internet greatness hasn’t been seen since Ryan Gosling turned feminist.
The new owners of Star Wars have decreed that all the books, comics, and video games are no longer “in continuity.” Who gets to decide which stories matter — the corporation that owns them or the audience who experiences them?