by Dan Savage My seven-year-old son started getting really into gauze, splints, and bandages when he was three, and by the time he was four it became very clearly sexualized. He gets a boner when he plays "broken bone" or just looks at bandages, and has expressed how much he loves to touch his penis when he does this. Show More Summary
Video I can not say with certainty that my friend Mr. Barry Deutsch actually saved a man's life but I can tell you that Barry routinely goes beyond call of duty serving his community as a leader with Boy Scout Troop 477 where he has taught leadership & service to hundreds of young men within our community. Show More Summary
Video Georgia Power representatives explain the circumstances of power outages and the improvements coming to the system to reduce the number incidents in the future.
Video Congresswoman Karen Handel stopped by the Dunwoody City Council for a very brief introduction on Monday evening where she set the tone of cooperation, she introduced her staff, offered constitute services & announced her committee assignments (Judiciary & Education). Show More Summary
Follow Gothamist on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Snapchat, and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. Ken Burns wants to make an Obama documentary. Eventually. A male nurse in Germany may...Show More Summary
This is pretty extraordinary, as the startled reaction from Chris Wallace demonstrates. In an interview aired Sunday morning on Fox, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson draws…
Admittedly, I don’t understand many, many things about this president and the way that his mind operates, but this one is particularly confusing. Maybe you can…
A little while ago I went home to spend a few days with my mom and dad. At 85, Dad’s been dealing with Alzheimer’s for several…
by Dave Segal Luna have the Cure for your Three Imaginary Boys nostalgia. Double Feature Records Luna, "Fire in Cairo" (Double Feature). Dean Wareham's wan, glum voice turns out to be an effectively counterintuitive vehicle for communicating Robert Smith's suburban-goth romantic drama from the Cure classic Three Imaginary Boys. Show More Summary
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene Just before midnight, Taylor Swift dropped her new single, “Look What You Made Me Do,” and the Internet promptly exploded. A lyric video accompanied the song (the real video will debut on...
by Sean Nelson The power of ideas in Waking Life is enough to lift you off the ground. A new episode of the imperishable PBS documentary series American Masters will examine the life and career of Richard Linklater, the filmmaker behind...Show More Summary
Is there any story so good that you can read twelve books of the source material, enjoy two different television adaptations of it, and still think there’s room for future reboots? There is—and that story’s title is Poldark. Author Winston...Show More Summary
The violent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, VA, followed by the troubling equivocal response from the White House, has trained a spotlight on hate groups and racism in America, both past- and present-day. In Episode 91, Asha and I share our personal reactions to Charlottesville plus what we're hearing from their communities. Show More Summary
I’m all for a good marketing scheme, don’t get me wrong, but what’s been happening in the past few weeks has just been odd. by Anna Kaplan The snake returns. Axelle/Bauer-Griffin / Getty Since when has music promotion gotten so weird?...Show More Summary
Luis Fonsi's crossover hit "Despacito" is unbeatable right now, whether you like the OG version or prefer the one with the Biebs. But the true Song of the Summer was revealed this week when Sesame Street released their version of the track—this time, sung by Ernie, about his rubber duckie. It is magical: [ more › ]
TweetHere’s the west side of Masonic betwixt Hayes and Grove these days: This doesn’t seem like much, this doesn’t seem like much of a “transformation” of this windswept corridor: Are old people going to hug each other more? I guess? Actually, all these people look like they just scored, or are about to score, or […]
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI/AJC Music Scene James Blunt is fully aware that most people in America know him only for his 2005 mega-hit ballad, “You’re Beautiful,” a song so overplayed on radio at the time that it...
by Dan Savage Don Lemon gets a lot of grief for his occasional gaffes. But Lemon nailed it last night—he spoke for us all. And even more impressive: Lemon was speaking off-the-cuff immediately after Trump's deranged, divisive, baldly racist speech ended. Show More Summary
The couple that smashes things together, stays together. by Ana Sofia Knauf M y fingertips felt tingly as I walked into Lake City's Rage Industry over the weekend. Vases, mugs, terra-cotta pots, candlestick holders, and empty bottles of Tsingtao beer and Charles Shaw wine lined the walls of the unassuming-looking building. Show More Summary
Costly parking spaces absorb massive amounts surplus capital and lock it up. by Charles Mudede Wasting time at Pike Place Market... Charles Mudede A study conducted by University of Washington students (with funding from Microsoft and...Show More Summary