10 hippos from cartoons, literature, and other media

Nature

They’re not as famous as elephants but hippos have a rich history in the arts. I want to start by saying I’m writing this...

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Paul Charles Dozsa – the Harry Houdini of fine dining

The Internet

I’ve watched Dozsa’s arrest video and I cannot stop laughing. But his tale is much more surreal than that. Back in 2012, I ate...

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Catch some retro 80s and 90s vibes with Retrogeist

Culture

From Sega Megadrives to Miami Vice, Retrogeist has you covered for nostalgia on Instagram. I’m not heavily into vaporwave but certain...

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8 Things My Mum Made Me Buy From West Indian Shops

Food & Drink

What started out as a chore became a welcome break. Here are 8 things I bought for my mum from West Indian shops. I love my West Indian...

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Tony Hawk dissects skateboarding films for GQ Sports

Sport

When Tony Hawk speaks, you listen. Especially when it’s about skateboarding.

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Parenthood Activate! tells comical short stories about life as a parent

Comics

Stephanie Williams's Parenthood Activate! shows the lighter side of parenting in comic form....

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Tom Comitta pens tongue-in-cheek rework of Martin Scorsese’s Marvel essay

Books

What started out as a comical article on literature turned into a look at the pervasive world of publishing. Tom Comitta’s Airport...

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Cultrface proudly declares November “Purple with Yellow Spots History Month”

Society

Cultrface wants to bring order and balance to the POC discourse with the first Purple with Yellow Spots History Month. Black History Month...

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The Posca pen wizardry of Oskunk

Art

Art can take many forms and French artist Oskunk wields his Posca pens like magic wands across Paris and beyond. One of my favourite...

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5 ways skateboarding culture inspired modern art

Art

Skateboarding culture might seem like a pastime for delinquents but its influence on modern art cannot be understated. Picture a modern art...

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