For decades, thousands of men have pledged a belief they promise never to forget: Every time a mustache is shaved, an angel in heaven dies and falls to earth. In Chicago, the outlook is sunny with only a small chance of angel showers. A new two-year study by the American Mustache Institute (AMI) found Chicago to be … Read more
Different versions of this article were originally published on Gapers Block and The DePaulia. It is easy to overlook the origins of passion that unfolded onstage last Sunday in HOPERA: Unleashed. Composer and vocalist Adrian Dunn’s musical creativity and technical mastery enabled a seamless fusion of two genres not normally seen on the same side of town: hip-hop … Read more
An English proverb says, “One tongue is enough for a woman.” Women are stigmatized as being overly “chatty” who never give men a turn to speak. In the U.S. there is a proverb that says, “When both husband and wife wear pants it is not difficult to tell them apart – he is the one … Read more
I am an atheist and I love Easter. I am single and I love Valentine’s Day. Christmas? Oh your god, do I love Christmas. When it comes to commercialized holidays—you name it, I love it.
If you are a porn-star, there is a Bible for you. If you are a cowboy, there is a Bible for you. If you are looking for style, then there is a Bible-purse hybrid for you.
“I’m not a feminist, I hail men!” pop superstar Lady Gaga said to a reporter last year. A short while later, she suddenly had a change of heart and began to consistently tell the media that she had changed her mind and was now a big-time feminist. It seemed like her public relations agent sat her down and … Read more