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Meet the man behind some of America's most indelible street art

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Lucha libre and Jarritos aren’t the only Mexican staples to make themselves at home north of the border. Mexican art also leaves its mark on America thanks to street artists like Federico Archuleta. Federico has been creating large-scale street art in Austin, TX for the past 10 years, using stencils and freehand… » 10/01/13 1:32pm 10/01/13 1:32pm

Our Love's Broken (and So Is Your Screen): A Smartphone Breakup Letter

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When we entered into a two-year contract with each other a few months ago, I felt so…sure. I took one look at your touchscreen and thought, “Yep. I could tap that on the regular.” It was love at first sight, and I signed on the dotted line without thinking about it. When you're a fool in love, am I right? » 8/28/13 7:52am 8/28/13 7:52am

How to Enjoy the Summer When You're an Adult with a Day Job

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There will be a moment this summer, maybe two, when your eyes will drift away from the intoxicating glow of your computer screen and toward a window, then focus on that elusive place known as “outside.” Visions of fun will dance through your head. Briefly, you’ll recall a time when summer meant sprinklers and snow… » 8/28/13 7:29am 8/28/13 7:29am

Your Passive Aggressive Guide to Dealing with Shitty Neighbors

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If friends are the siblings god forgot to give you, neighbors are your perpetually drunk, vaguely racist extended family. And everyone knows how to deal with that shallow end of the gene pool — passive aggressively! You'll want to save up your real aggression for the post office and internet comment sections, after… » 6/04/13 12:40pm 6/04/13 12:40pm