The Daily Word in spicy foods, hamsters, the lottery and slavery
We're all in this together (student loan debt), but at least we have our college degrees.
Finland kindergartners focus more on playing than testing.
Your chances at winning the jackpot just got cut in half, but maybe that's a good thing.
The nuances of staging a musical with deaf actors.
Raj the blind dog is finally adopted.
Going against the grain, one Dunkin Donuts refused to serve cop.
Textbook changes using the terms “immigrants” and “workers” back to “slaves,” after a Texan mom complained.
It's Monday, so here, have hamsters reenact the Friends theme song.
Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
Michael Keaton mocks his own backstory in high-flying show biz satire
Right on q
Longtime ensemble theater group finds new home
The typical formula for theatergoing is pretty simple in the States: You buy a ticket, are ushered to a seat, eat your Toblerone, watch the show and are ushered out. Aside from clapping, the experience is about as interactive as a game of solitaire.