David Kelly- Reporting from Woody Creek, CO
Chicago Tribune, March 1, 1984
Top Shelf Adapting ‘Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas’ Posted by Nicole Bunge Top Shelf has announced a graphic novel adaptation of legendary journalist Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas for release in October.
A portrait of the writer and urban explorer Bradley Garrett. Via Wikipedia Understanding the nuances of city stories, and tracing those tensions, requires immersion and patience. Whether we are writing about police work, protests, squatting, free parties, banking or parkour, the best socially engaged journalism – like the best university […]
Or: the Farce of European immigration By Mark Linnhoefer; International Affairs Desk Correspondent Why, oh why, do I live on a continent that is for the most part apparently run by fucking degenerates? A series of articles caught my attention a week or two ago, all revolving around the EU seeking […]
And I really, really want to thank you Lines are blurred The universe abstractly revealed Inaccuracies Rotten Unequivocal Almost laughable Hesitations no more Hold back no longer Prime Time Doors opening The truth Painfully reaching and expanding Expansion Mayday I’m coming, I hear you Grab my hand Walk with […]
artwork by Josh Chambers author requests to remain anonymous In 2004, starting on April 6th and running through the 10th, the Battle of Ramadi raged. It has been called the heaviest urban warfare American forces have seen since Vietnam by some historians. By the end of the battle, 13 of […]
by Maria Popova “It is not necessary to accept the choices handed down to you by life as you know it.” As a hopeless lover of both letters and famous advice, I was delighted to discover a letter 20-year-old Hunter S. Thompson — gonzo journalism godfather, pundit of media politics,dark […]