How Often Does the Joker Have the Last Laugh?

When you’re friends with an irrepressible cutup like Joe, you know his story can probably only go one of two ways.

The Day I Shot Andy

Take a city kid and place him in the suburbs during the Vietnam War.

Virtual Events Are Booming. Will It Last?

There are other advantages to online events.

My Best Friend Thought I Was Too Fat … to Be in Her Wedding

Quinn Bartlett struggled with her weight and abuse from her mother.


Real Talk Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

The Man Who Lifted a Car With His Bare Hands

The popularity of the strongman has faded, but it existed once.

I Punched the Singer of My Band Onstage

There are some lines that shouldn’t be crossed regardless of where you are when the crossing happens.

A Proposal for Brides: Stop Costing Your Friends a Fortune

Bachelorette parties are financially crippling us millennials.

Bad Timing: An Unrequited Obsession

Love, sometimes, is never getting to say “I love you.

Fire, Firefighting, Firefights … Then Depression Unyielding

A side gig as a fireman turns into a rescue scenario where a soldier was saved from flames and death and almost everything but himself.

What Happens After Your Mother Beats You Up

If large organizations can’t handle small problems, how are they going to handle teens in foster care?.


When Katty Met Carlos

From the BBC and OZY comes a fresh perspective on the debate about America’s future as a nation and its relation to the world during the 2020 US election.

Triple Date, Double Blind Date, Jail

Things were going so well when three punk rock guys took out three college girls that two of them had never met before.

A Smut-Fueled Escapade in the C-Suite at Simon & Schuster

What harm could come from asking experts for some publishing advice? Nothing short of large-scale lunacy.

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