If You Thought a Hangover Was Bad In The Guardian, Lucy Atkins writes about binge-drinking induced bladder rupture.
Our Nukes, Ourselves On The New Inquiry, Kelsey D Atherton writes about America’s responsibility to accurately discuss the implications of its nuclear arsenal and how it has been shirking that responsibility for some time now.
Was Dead Kennedy’s Jello Biafra Sued By His Bandmates Over a Levi’s Commercial? On Snopes, Alex Kasprak tries to get to the bottom of a beef between former friends over selling out.
‘Segregation’s Constant Gardners’: How White Women Kept Jim Crow Alive On Pacific Standard, Rebecca Stoner writes about the historically overlooked ways some white women quietly but powerfully worked to maintain segregation.
In Exorcism Course In Rome, Priests Are Learning If Satan Is to Blame for Porn On the Kansas City Star, Lisa Guiterrez writes about a real-live, real bizarre exorcism seminar.
PT Barnum Isn’t the Hero The Greatest Showman Wants You to Think On Smithsonian, Jackie Minsky writes about the darker parts of PT Barnum’s life that the musical paraded right past.
Cinematic Airs On Cabinet, Christopher Turner critiques two movies, released within months of one another, that used two totally different machines that added the dimension of smell.