Earlier this month, in the midst of being informed it was “National Grilled Cheese Day,” I remember thinking, “Why so many national days? Why can’t it just be Friday?”
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Depending on the actual social circle you affiliate with, April 20 might be looked at as a day of celebration: a hazy, lazy day filled with finger foods and uncontrollable giggles. If not, this Saturday will be just that — just another Saturday.
Never mind the fact that I had never heard of “North Krall” before: The end was near, and I hadn’t said my goodbyes, or at least not how I would have liked. I was never going to see my dog again. Or have a Big Mac. I was about to be one of the last men on Earth.
Recently an old friend asked if I might be able to put together a mix tape.
Like the tide brushing against any coast, Ann Coulter made waves last week.
With the Spring Break vacation fading further and further into your rear view mirror, perhaps a jolt back to reality is all you need. Another, “vacation,” if you will. While whatever possibly led to the creation of “Vacations” by the band Dead Confederate might seem bittersweet, it’s nice to see – hear, rather – how they’ve taken the typical “whine” of the love lost and turned it into a rocking anthem of freedom.
For spring break I got as far away from Phoenix as I could. While the suffocation and constant feelings of being trapped might drive some to commit unspeakable acts, I chose instead to drive to Los Angeles.
Democrats and Republicans: two opposing groups masquerading as “representatives” on the national stage on behalf of the constituents that elected them into office. Each party wants more, but neither is willing to give the other any more slack.
For those wondering what lasting effect The Tom Green show would have on Western civilization, tune in to Comedy Central on Feb. 28 at 10 p.m. and watch Ben Hoffman in (drumroll please) “The Ben Show with Ben Hoffman.”
If you are a male above the age of 18, then chances are you have lost count as to how many times you have held a purse. Regardless of reason or intent, be it a good or bad thing in your eyes, you have held a purse — and you have done it a lot.
Most car owners are more than protective of their automobiles. From scratches in the paint, stains on the upholstery or the names we bestow upon our combustible engine companions, car owners are sensitive to anyone or thing that may threaten or harm the sanctity of their ride.
As tinsel drifts further and further into its hibernation before the next holiday season, we find ourselves overrun with Hallmark haikus, assorted heart-shaped candies and extravagant floral arrangements — all in an attempt to define love.
Last month, the German print edition of Der Spiegel published an interview with notable Harvard University genetic researcher George Church.
On Friday, Netflix will begin streaming the full first season of “House of Cards,” a new political drama television series starring Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright.
One would think that with less than a week before the Super Bowl, we might finally be able to talk about the role that football plays in our lives.
After much deliberation, I have decided to retire from higher education.
To say that I was disappointed with the Mayan prophecy proving to be a bust would be untrue.
With everything going on these past few months, even I have admittedly lost sight of the more pressing matter at hand: the end of the world.
Every so often, the art world is turned upside down. In this instance however, Glenn Beck submerged it in urine and auctioned it off for charity.