In elementary schools throughout suburban New Jersey, kids were forced to square dance during gym class. And you know what? It was weirdly awesome.
800 years from now, the generation of blood-slaves forgot the virtue of giving back to their immortal overlords. And you thought Millennials were bad?
These days, kids don’t ride their bikes alone. But the more things change, the more they stay the same. Ice cream and race relations at the corner store.
Is it OK to say “kudos” when your friend does something well? That’s a HARD NO. Plus, the most hilarious sport, and fighting the #FakeMilk revolution.
This poem is not about woolly mammoths. Not about ice. Not about migration. But the symbolism is cold, cutting, and everywhere.
For National Poetry Month, we’re featuring more Brian McGackin poetry. Here’s one that might make your heart race just a bit faster.
Luke Hammerschmidt knows how to write the perfect cover letter to stand out from the crowd. Will he get the job? Who cares! Life is utterly meaningless.
What’s all the fuss about? Exclusives on Tony Romo retiring, what’s wrong with Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, and what’s RIGHT about drinking 40s.
Go somewhere you can be alone—your car, your bedroom, in a park full of people. Then read this poem aloud.