'MFA vs NYC' investigates the relationship between creativity and collectivity
The most important question of this collection of essays isn't related to its central binary so much as to the broader question of how we consider the relationship between creativity and collectivity.
So stop applauding Michelle Obama for reducing it!
Obesity Rate for Young Children Plummets 43% in a Decade” said the front-page headline of yesterday’s New York Times, in what the paper described as a “stunning” drop. The story goes on to summarize the latest findings from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), which is widely considered the gold standard in regard to national health statistics.
Frank Underwood breaks the fourth wall and Rust Cohle waxes philosophical. Our definitive breakdown of what is more annoying.
And '12 Years a Slave' will win it, for all the wrong reasons
12 Years a Slave is a great film, but that's not why it'll win Best Picture. It'll win so that the Academy can forgive itself for making no other good films about slavery for the last hundred years.
No other sentence better captures the ethos of the web.
"The Americans," the anti-"House of Cards"
All-you-can-eat might make economic sense, but you'll pay for it in other ways.
The Men’s Rights Movement has agitated on things like child custody. Now its creepy online attacks have a new focus: the definition and treatment of sexual assault.
It's not just the free train ticket
It's not just the free train ticket.
Behind the scenes of a very bizarre show.