Father John Misty is an island upon himself. In his latest effort, he’s moved away from the politicism of his earlier work, to a more universal flow: The h.opelessness of one’s heart.
Growing up adopted in a Jewish household, Deni Langman always felt different. One day she attempted to track down her scattered roots. This is her story.
Fake News. Why you always lying? This week, we fact-check Kurt Cobain’s Trump warning, the fake that sued the original and the origins of a rather toxic book.
In her latest exclusive communiqué, Ivanka details the unfortunate G20 wrap-up meeting she held with her Dad. Exclusive. Sort of.
Every night about this time, Chez Portingale is invaded by unsolicited phone calls. No matter, I’ve hatched a plot that will see me win…eventually.
Elon Musk is getting dragged on Twitter for his role in the Thai cave rescue. It’s nothing short of schoolyard bullying. We’re picking on the rich kid because we’re poor.
In 17th century Venice, moral lines were significantly blurred. Berwyn Lewis discusses the murky overlap of religion and prostitution in her novel, Venice’s Virgin Mother.
1968 was a year beset by great division, one that birthed great international protest. If we’re looking to change the world of tomorrow, we should look to yesterday.
As a student subject to the upcoming changes to the curriculum, I support some of the changes, but I feel some things are better left as is.
A particularly serious discussion about the future of Poland was interrupted by the paws of an academic’s cat. What were you talking about again, doctor?
In a ridiculous turn of events, America is no longer the most self-important nation in the world. I know, I don’t believe it either.
Fake News. I don’t like the way you’re looking at me. This week, we chase the truth of a thrown tennis ball, a culinary sensitivity and the rattlesnakes taking the best spots at the pool.
Kat von D has already announced that she will not be vaccinating her kids, but she’s not done yet. That poor baby.
As it turns out, a Somali jihadist group has more of a problem with plastic bags than Tony Abbott does. He surely can’t stand for that.
With Japan out of the World Cup, they’ve decided to kill the psychic octopus that crossed them. Luckily, Russia’s psychic cat is still in the tournament. Run, Achilles, Run!
On the surface, it seems Scarlett Johansson has struck again, deciding to play a trans man in an upcoming movie. The internet, however, can’t decide how angry to be.
‘School refusal’ is a growing psychological issue. Unbeknownst to me, I suffered from it in my high school days, and the effect it had on my life as an adult should not be ignored.
What does the next generation think of today’s issues? The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program publishes Australian students mentored by TBS writers. Today, Bailey Mason wonders why the fur trade still exists, and pushes us to reconsider taking one off the rack.
Growing is often a series of events you’re suddenly ‘too old for’. Can I still enjoy the Ramones? Does punk rock have an age limit?
Fake News, you don’t make a lick of sense. This week we investigate the paranoia of rice that bounces, the pizza pie wedding bouquet and the benefits of hot dog water.
Jonathan Ames’ book moves at a quicksilver pace, a homage to actioners that is deep enough to not be shallow. Consider it a casual punch to the face.