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Justin Sheen


The Philosophy of Kesha

1. Kesha’s glitter aesthetic. In an interview with Vanity Fair, Kesha stated that she spends “like a few thousand every month” on glitter.

We Listened to YouTube Meditation So You Don't Have To

We listened to YouTube meditation so you don't have to.

In Defense of Fur

To defend the lives of animals, let's start with admitting how much we love fur.

​Review: DRL Art Gallery

You are probably going to fail Astro, but at least you'll have something pretty to look at while you slam your head against the wall.

Contrapposto: Humans of New York (HONY)

Whether it’s on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or all three, you probably see a Humans of New York (HONY) post every once in a while.

Classic of the Week: Bell–Bottom Jeans

In the era before skinny jeans...

Taco Time in Manayunk

Taqueria Feliz gives us something to taco ‘bout

Review: "Inside Llewyn Davis"

There are times in life when everything seems to occur at random or “just happen.” In "Inside Llewyn Davis" we meet Llewyn Davis, a man who lives in this perpetual state. In what might be their most melancholy film yet, the Coen brothers document the life of a man who never quite failed, but never quite made it.

McCafé Review

This article was originally published as part of the joke issue on 12.5.2013 Promising that “sipping a McCafé drink is like taking a mini–vacation from your day,” McDonald’s latest “coffee” ad flaunts a winter wonderland popping out of a white chocolate mocha frappe, complete with a snow–crusted gondola gliding straight out of the cup.

Review: "The Armstrong Lie"

"The Armstrong Lie" is oddly disjointed, somewhat confusing and leaves us cold, only growing our previous collective feeling of betrayal by Lance Armstrong.

Netflix Pick of the Week: "Jiro Dreams of Sushi"

There is no such thing as perfection in art, but 85–year–old Jiro Ono's sushi is the closest thing to it.

Interview: Jason Osder

Jason Osder, a professor of the School of Media and Public Affairs at George Washington University, is the director of “Let The Fire Burn,” a new documentary about the radical organization located in Philadelphia known as MOVE.

Philly Film Festival Review: "Let The Fire Burn"

The first person we meet in Jason Osder’s documentary, “Let the Fire Burn,” is a young child introduced to us as Michael Moses Ward.

Philly Film Festival Review: "Ilo Ilo"

There is a scene in “Ilo Ilo” where the maid and the only child of the Singaporean family run up to the roof of their apartment complex to watch the sunset. “The view is so beautiful here.

Trailer of the Week: “The Grand Budapest Hotel”

If Wes Anderson’s “Moonrise Kingdom” (2012) was a mellow ballad, then his upcoming film, “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” looks like a thundering symphony.

Netflix Pick of the Week: "Blue Valentine"

“Blue Valentine” considers love, but it doesn’t consider any of the normal tropes that are associated with the genre.
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