Are You Ready to Meet the Two-Face of the Art World?

By Richard K. Noots Ukrainian artist Pavel Vetrov is creating something new. Ever notice how boring hotel rooms are? I mean, sure, they’re nice and cozy … But They’re always lacking a little something. Pavel has decided that something is asymmetry. Going for a half modern-chic and half chaotic poor man’s city, he has created this prototype model. So, be sure to tell…

8 Reasons Why Urban Does Not Mean What You Think it Means

By Richard K. Noots Life in America (and other “first-world” nations) have it easier in a lot of ways compared to people in the rest of the world. This does not mean your life is easier, just that we have completely different struggles that are entirely dependent on the geography of where we were born….

One Man’s Love For His Best Friend is Shown Here

By Richard K. Noots At the beginning of this year, Kevin Smith’s dog died. You may or may not know who that is, but what we have hear is an emotional tale of a boy who loved his dog. If you’ve ever had a pet you held near and dear to your heart, this pictures and…

This Comedian Loves Two Things: Jet Skis and Philanthropy

By Ivan Russo Kurt Braunohler, a man you might have seen on Comedy Central, is just a comedian that loves to help people. Of course, he also loves jet skis. While most people would be content with separating those two hobbies, Kurt has an expansive mind. Instead, he’s decided to use what he loves doing to garner money for a…

Santa and The Cops Team Up to Challenge … Holiday Poverty!

By Richard K. Noots Every year around Christmas, a mysterious businessman shows up in Missouri to play secret Santa for the local masses. He donates tens of thousands of dollars each year to random people on the street who just look like they could use a little help. This year, he changed up the game…