As we are constantly being reminded by controversies both home and abroad (for example: outrage surrounding cartoon artists in Iran), art has the power to enrage as well as entertain and enlighten — and sometimes those two can be exactly the same thing. But the most controversial artworks can also sometimes become the most influential,
There are bogus trends, like this ridiculous New York Times article declaring that wearing a monocle is now in vogue. Then there are trends that make us think, "Hey, this is sort of interesting." We consider the rise of dogs — specifically small ones — and the decline of babies a trend that falls in the latter category.
From 1999 to 2013, the
Americans are increasingly stepping away from traditional religion. In a survey from the Pew Research Center, nearly one in five Americans stated they have no religious affiliation. 33 million Americans listed no specific religious affiliation in the poll with 13 million of those identifying themselves as either atheist or agnostic. Of course,
If you're like most of America, you don't wash your hands correctly. Yes, a new report has shown that we are all disgusting, filthy people. The study, from researchers at Michigan State University, found that most of us don't even wash our hands, and when we do, we don't do it right, so we might as well have not done it at all. Gross, just
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