"The internet is, and always has been, mostly garbage," argues Sarah Jeong in her book about the intractable problem of online harassment.
this is a good read, looking forward reading to the whole book
When what you really wanted out of a phone is ‘more’
One of the first things we hear Craig Finn snarl on his band's 2004 debut album is a simple declaration of intent: "We gotta start it off with a positive jam!" This — and Finn's decade-by-decade American history barrage that precedes it — is where the legend of the Hold Steady, America's premier bookish, beerish, don't-call-them-a-bar-band bar band, begins. Both positivity and jamming have remained the Hold Steady’s mission statement for nearly 15 years. In that time, they’ve lived a dozen lives across six albums, hundreds of whiskey-drenched shows, and minor lineup retooling. Now, the band’s enjoying a career high point, reunited with beloved mustachioed piano man Franz Nicolay (who rejoined in 2016 after six years away) and playing multi-night blowout shows whenever they want, freed from the burdens of album-cycle touring. There's also their newest music, three excellent pairs of standalone tracks that began dropping in late 2017. Long before the horn-drenched glory of last month’s
Drew Magary on the senator's legacy and what he meant to American politics.
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Consuming media when you're depressed is a delicate business. Too much emotion, too much novelty, too much engagement can be overw
That petition might’ve started as a joke, but Chad Kroeger’s the ideal replacement for our dearly departed Kurt Cobain.
In 1988, at the behest of Volkswagen, author Kurt Vonnegut wrote a letter of advice to people living on Earth 100 years in the fut
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