The Grind

The Grind

With all the hype and new about virtual reality many of us would be forgiven in thinking that it’s a fairly new technology but the fact is that it's been about as a medium for decades. One of the academics that has probably spent more time researching virtual reality is Standford professor Jeremy...
Set in a mystical all-inclusive resort on an unnamed carribean island on the brink of revolution, the solitary Mike (Ludovic Berthillot), a giant-slab of flesh and muscle, arrives for vacation. The attentive staff, a host (Sylvio Arriola), the maid, Esmeralda (Yaité Ruiz), and a salsa teacher (...
There’s no better time of the year to call in sick owing to the ice apocalypse outside. Never knowing if you are on your way to trip over a snowbank, slip on some ice or get slapped with inhuman cold, winter is a time to stay indoors. Whether you’ve caught a holiday bug or just want to be hookie,...
Nobody else can capture a moment this good. We first caught wind of Matt Grimard 's work when I first laid eyes on his project called "GOMME" - This Montreal-based visual artist is so good at capturing a moment within a second, utilizing movement and lighting to immortalize it through video. His...
Yesterday's Women's March in New York City reportedly drew a crowd of roughly 120,000 people, spanning 20 blocks and conveniently passing by several of Trump's buildings. I was there, and it was great. The day started off with some sideline debates between old white men in Make America Great Again...
"Confessions..." is an on-going column where we invite readers to submit their most outrageous personal stories anonymously for everyone to read. These stories are real, and usually come from people who lead double lives. Due to the nature of the subject matter, all identities are kept anonymous to...