Writers, composers, painters, choreographers, playwrights, poets, philosophers, sculptors, filmmakers, and scientists on how they create (and avoid creating) their creations.
Adam Carolla survived depressed parents, fecal matter, Tijuana road trips, magic mushrooms, perverted landlords, fistfights, stripper girlfriends and lots of bad housing to make a name for himself.
I was all ready to put a hoodie as my Facebook profile pic in support of Trayvon Martin but something stopped me. Something caused my justifiable anger and disbelief to quickly disappear like smoke on a breeze. I’ve always stood up for what I felt was right and I’m never afraid to voice or display...
With Borders Books closing I can't help but feel like I'm losing a close friend. And I'm sure millions feel the same.
Sex, lies, and more sex. With a Bret Easton Ellis feel, Chad Kultgen follows three college students and their relationships as they converge and destroy each other's futures in, The Lie.
Book review of the gritty and grimy underworld of Los Angeles. One sex tape, two dope fiends and three million dollars lead to a tour through the worst LA has to offer.
Men are dealing with a growing problem these days...women and their baskets. Here are some warning signs to help married men recognize a potential basket invasion.
Steve Hely's hilarious take on the publishing business, How I Became A Famous Novelist .
The loss of a family pet is difficult on everyone but none harder than for a child. Relating our experience I hope to give some advice to those who have pets.
I've read David Foster Wallace's 2005 commencement speech he gave at Kenyon College at least ten times. It's one of the most influential pieces I've read. A speech you pass on and continue to quote from for years. This Is Water: Some Thoughts, Delivered on a Significant Occasion, about Living a...
If you have a child that is or wants to play a musical instrument it's important to motivate the right way. I give some examples of how I helped my son stay excited and interested.
Choose your poison..Red Bull, 5 Hour Energy, Mountain Dew. Not sure...read my Hub and I'll tell you which is best.
I believe there's a little bit of gamble in all of us. But for some there's a ton of gamble, along with a possible addiction. This is the road Josh Axelrad traveled in his memoir, Repeat Until Rich. While the subtitle reads, "A Professional Card Counter's Chronicle of the Blackjack Wars", it isn't...
Bret Easton Ellis has finally made his way back around to the characters in his debut novel, Less Than Zero, and visits them as they struggle through middle age. Imperial Bedrooms leads you to believe that while times change, people and places don't.