A new sport is taking hold, one that involves marshmallows, sticks, and fire.
The internet: There sure is a lot of stuff on it. In the course of a year of browsing, we’ve discovered some favorites that deserve some sort of award—in fact, this sort of award. Presenting the 2008 Eddys.
When the New York Times architecture critic Herbert Muschamp died recently from lung cancer, America lost one of its most riveting writers—one of the best critics we’ve ever had, and quite possibly among the worst.
We read and see a lot of websites, and though most are terrible, some are extraordinary.
For those who still don’t grasp the subtext, reifications of Anna Nicole, Ultimate Fighting, and Eddie Murphy.
Our story thus far: editor Drew Barrymore, who has been in an on-again, off-again relationship with reporter Vince Vaughn, is friends with copy editor Keira Knightley (who is smitten with sportswriter Matthew McConaughey)—that is, until a night of tequila shots.
January in Minnesota can be harsh, though rarely more than in 1999, when a Vikings playoff victory slipped away. From his vantage point next to a stack of commemorative newspapers, one man almost saw what could have been.
Living as a once-Trotskyist megaforce, now war-toting superstar can take its toll. Particularly when your personality subdivides into pro wrestlers.
Dismayed at the idea of collaborating with Vince, Drew needs cheering up. McConaughey orders the shots. A new episode in our fanfic series.
Vince and Drew’s romance fizzles when he begins stalking her neighbor. And back at CM HQ it’s reflecting poorly on his work, while everybody else is busy filming segments for their new website.
Staff changes are announced at the world’s most famous magazine, and Drew is handed the axe and told to swing it.
In a world where everyone is famous, who’s going to do the reporting? Working at a glossy is never easy—especially not with this cast. The first installment in a new series.