Food & Drink
Whether you’re tuning into some midseason football or some early-look hockey or basketball, these timeless classics from Grill Guy Bryan Oakley will help you get your gameday menu cracking this November.
LWOS Life is essentially one giant collab, so we’re always on the lookout for collaborations that are changing the game. The Alpine Wildflower Saison from Coast Mountain Brewing and Steel & Oak is this week’s featured game-changer.
What’s trending in gaming, film, television, and music?
All good things must come to an end, and Josh King thinks some of those ends should come sooner rather than later. As long-running shows squeeze out the potential starring start-ups, Josh makes his picks for which classic tv shows need to end.
Vector is the latest album from the rising progressive rock stars, Haken. In his debut article, Matt McGee breaks down the new release track by track to explain why Vector might be their best album yet.
Halloween has come and gone, but there’s never a bad time to enjoy Sabrina the Teenage Witch. This iconic character went from comic book cameo to Netflix’s biggest hit. Paul Zecharia details this history of the teenage witch and her sassy sidekick, Salem.
If you thought September was a good month for K-pop, wait till you see what came out in October! Jack Wannan makes his picks for the best K-Pop releases of October 2018.
Sleep paralysis can be a horrifying experience caused by the brain shutting down your body during REM sleep. Luckily, we have our very own neuroscientist on hand to explain this phenomenon and try and take a little fright out of our nights.
Whether you’re participating in No-Shave November or Movember this month, you have to keep that scruff looking nice! Tim Nutting gives the best tips and tricks for keeping your facial hair looking terrific.
Check out these smash hit articles from the last few weeks!
Lukas Ridge reviews Black Mass in the wake of Whitey Bulger’s death.
Shane Longoria reviews the latest installment in the Halloween franchise.
And Andrew Semaan applauds Jonah Hill’s directorial debut in mid90s.