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The Fckin Black Sheep: Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth (1992)

THE BLACK SHEEP is an ongoing column featuring different takes on films that either the writer HATED, but that the majority of film fans LOVED, or that the writer LOVED, but that most others LOATH. We’re hoping this column will promote constructive and geek fueled discussion. Show More Summary

10 Poems to Old-School Your Halloween

2 hours agoArts / Writing : LitReactor

Watching horror movies is an obvious way to celebrate the 31st, but if you want something a little more atmospheric, gathering around a campfire and reading some creepy poems aloud can’t be beat. Column by Annie Neugebauer Watching horror...Show More Summary

Back to Basics: How to Find The Best Blow-Dryer

"Basic" may have adopted a negative connotation in recent years, but there's no shame in seeking advice on theoretically simple sartorial conundrums. In our latest column, "Back to Basics," we're here to guide you through life's most common (and important) fashion and beauty concerns.Shopping for a... Continue reading

Oscar Futures: Who Benefits From the Big Actress Shake-up?

Every week between now and February 26, 2017, when the winners of the Academy Awards are announced, Vulture will consult its crystal ball to determine the changing fortunes in this year's Oscars race. In our Oscar Futures column, we'll let you in on insider gossip, parse brand-new developments, and track ... More »

The Media Do Have A Bias – Toward Truth

I have avoided writing about Donald J. Trump during this election cycle. I felt the same way when Sarah Palin snagged her party’s vice-presidential nomination. In fact, in the only newspaper column I wrote about her in 2008 I referred to her as She Who Will Not Be Named. Like Palin, Trump is an entertainer. Show More Summary

Witness Protection, Barbecue, and Crushing Loneliness: Highlights from the 'South Village' Book Tour

4 hours agoArts / Writing : LitReactor

Rob Hart just got back from visiting Boston, Austin, Scottsdale, and Houston to promote his third novel—and he offers up some anecdotes from the road. Column by Rob Hart Last time I went on tour—for my second novel, City of Rose—I wrote dispatches from the road. Show More Summary

Why I am increasing skeptical of a universal basic income

That is the topic of my latest Bloomberg column, here is one part of the argument: As it stands, most U.S. welfare programs are tied to the institution of work. That leaves gaps in the safety net, and frequently analysts will decry this imperfect coverage. Show More Summary

Community SPOOKlight: October 2016

7 hours agoArts / Writing : LitReactor

What have LitReactor's best and brightest been up to this Halloween season? Column by Peter Derk There's a rental house I see every day when I walk out to my car. It's a normal house, fits into the neighborhood, nothing special. Right...Show More Summary

The Art of the Personal Project: Tim Mantoani

Personal Projects are crucial in showing potential buyers how you think creatively on your own. I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or show something I have never seen before. In this revised column, I’ll include a link to each personal project with the artist statement so you can see more of […]

Seahawks vs. Saints 2016 picks and predictions: Seattle is the big favorite among experts

Both teams are trying to get back in the win column this week. The Seattle Seahawks head into the Superdome coming off what might be the most bizarre game of the season, a 6-6 tie with the Arizona Cardinals. Still in first place at 4-1-1,...Show More Summary

Michigan and Clemson will handle road tests, plus 27 more college football picks for Week 9

SB Nation’s college football gambling picks column has won 3 of the last 4 weeks. All wagers at -110 odds unless otherwise noted. Visit Odds Shark for updated lines throughout each game week. Season record: 93-100. A 16-11-1 Week 8 was great, but it could have been so much better, with numerous hard luck losses coming my way. Show More Summary

Evaluating regional policy and shocks in the real world

Economic geography has typically focused on stylised settings. This column surveys a recent strand of literature that has developed quantitative models of the spatial distribution of economic activity. This ‘quantitative spatial economics’...Show More Summary

Pete Hammond’s Notes On The Season: Mel Gibson’s Standing Ovation; Seth Rogen Takes On Both Dems And GOP; No Denial Of Oscar Buzz For Timothy Spall

A column chronicling conversations and events on the awards circuit. MEL IS BACK It was an emotional night on Monday at the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theatre where director Mel Gibson got a sustained standing ovation after Andrew Garfield,...Show More Summary

Donald Trump's Empty Blustering Reveals a Narcissist Who Can't Fathom Defeat

[This column was originally published by] The highlight of the third and, thankfully, final presidential debate last Wednesday came roughly at the midway point, when Donald Trump refused to say that he would accept the results...Show More Summary

House-hunting USA: What $250,000 buys you in 25 cities

From tiny studios to timber lofts and renovated houses Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that (typically) explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various cities across the U.S. The Curbed Comparisons column usually focuses on what one can rent for a set price point in various cities around the U.S. Show More Summary

Making Corporate Law Great Again: Intelligize Sold, Entrepreneurs Cheer

We started the column by asking all you young lawyers to “stop what you are doing” and take a walk on the alternative side of the legal business. We promised you, dear readers, that “entrepreneurs and innovators are changing the legal profession for the better, having fun, and making real money in the process.” […]

MY USA TODAY COLUMN: What we’re not talking about in this election: Government Corruption, ObamaCa…

MY USA TODAY COLUMN: What we’re not talking about in this election: Government Corruption, ObamaCare’s Implosion, The Ballooning National Debt. And that’s because, as Jim Treacher notes, “Modern journalism is all about deciding which facts the public shouldn’t know because they might reflect badly on Democrats.”

Why Weren’t Clinton’s Lawyers Prosecuted for Failing to Report Mishandling of Classified Information?

I have a column just up on the website, focusing on an issue that’s been ignored: the classified-information law implications of Hillary Clinton’s transmission of classified information to her lawyers. There has been a good deal of commentary...Show More Summary

What To Do When Your Book Jumps the Shark

yesterdayArts / Writing : LitReactor

Sometimes a story can get away from its author, going places it never should have dared. What can the author do to pull it back in and make it (hopefully) good again? Column by Leah Rhyne Oh, Happy Days. How I loved you when I was young. Show More Summary

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