A British writer calls American soccer fans “derivative, excessive and utterly ridiculous.” Those same adjectives apply to his essay.
Past merges with present in these photos of Normandy
The Onion is funny. These other sites aren't—and that's intentional. They're cashing in on your gullibility and knee-jerk outrage.
Why we derive special pleasure from the act of remembering the past.
Don't let Slate make you feel ashamed for reading books that you love
Independent presses have a mixed relationship with Amazon
Bringing you the Magyar Pixie Dream Girl
Why some foods become trendy, and others never take off
Adolescent angst and violence are not the exclusive domain of boys
The surprisingly stable afterlife of the author of 'I Never Promised You a Rose Garden'
We know we can depend on Google for information, so we don't bother remembering it