The phrase “You are what you eat” has developed into something much more complex than just your favorite CrossFit junkie’s personal anti-gluten mantra.
When residing in a refugee camp along the Congolese border, Charles Alexander London met an orphan who asked to be adopted. The boy was 15, an eager reader, and picked on often. London was only 21 at the time.
Andaming biyaya sa mga lalake lately,” this guy said, referring to the leaked nude celebrity photos (both locally and abroad) that have been circulating the web.
In the age of Generation Me, Me, Me and #OOTD blogging, is there room for the reflective youth-driven online magazine? The five publications we rounded up this week sure think so. And as they tell us about the highs and lows of complete independence, we watch a new movement prepare to take flight.
At first we thought modern technology had already made everything possible for us when McDonald’s online delivery became a thing. You gotta admit, after that, everything else that followed was simply a nice bonus.
It’s hard to be young. For one, most of us haven’t really figured out what we want to do yet. There are so many things we can become and what scares most of us is we don’t know if it’s the right path to tread.
One auspicious Saturday last August, the Internet went nuts.
Australian electronic band Cut/Copy is no stranger to touring.