The most pirated film of the year is a film about thieves and crooks. That sounds about right.
The first and last item in a category on the menu sell the best.
Even Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams aren’t immune from the 77-cents-on-the-dollar thing.
We are a country of selfies and self-loathing, lottery tickets for the poor and mega mansions for the rich.
Can you imagine if America’s biggest problem was stairs?
two of the giants of our age, Portland, OR, and Uber, duking it out for dominance
Raise your hand if you’ve ever owned a Lack coffee table from Ikea. Keep your hand raised if your Lack coffee table was passed on to you from a friend, or found on the street, or bought for $10 on Craigslist, where you are bound to find pages and pages of Lack coffee tables for sale.
Five years ago, Kristen van Ginhoven was an actor and graduate student in theatre education living in Western Massachusetts. Then she went and read a book called Half the Sky. By the time she closed the cover, she had decided to start her own nonprofit: the Women’s Action Movement Theatre. I spoke with her on the phone about the repercussions of reading humanitarian journalism, the practical steps she took to get her organization going and what she’s had to give up in order to pursue a career in nonprofits and the arts.
aside from being a miserable grouch, Scrooge is rather relatable