Month: July 2015

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Introducing Outcryer Journal

We hope you’ve loved reading Outcryer Daily over the last two months. On August 3rd, our artistic twin roars onto the Internet.

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How Making People Laugh Helped Me Conquer My Fear

Improv helped Rachel* kick public speaking and social anxiety in the teeth, and she’s not alone.


The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Rick and Morty

The funniest, nerdiest, sharpest cartoon on television is back for round two in the fight for the multiverse.


Where All of the Characters and Actors from Northern Exposure Wound Up

For the final installment of our 25th anniversary look at this seminal television show, we take a look at all your favorite folks from Cicely and where they are today.

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The Complicated Vision of Ta-Nehisi Coates, Laid Bare

How one of America’s greatest writers uses his words visually to break down body in Between the World and Me.


The Magic of “Aurora Borealis” and the Best Episodes of Northern Exposure

For the legendary show’s 25th anniversary this week, we’re reminiscing about its greatest hits and what they meant.


Why Northern Exposure Still Stands as One of the Greatest Shows Ever Made

You can’t legally stream it, and most people barely remember it existed, but this antithesis to David Lynch deserves a re-watch now more than ever. Especially since your favorite fun shows call back to it all the time.

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Algernon Charles Swinburne Ranks the Style Guides Based on Google Popularity

Our favorite poet takes your (least) favorite style books to task.

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He's Gone: A Family History with the Grateful Dead

Featuring John Darnielle of the Mountain Goats, Jerry Garcia spiking a mayor’s drink with acid, and the wild, weird ride the Dead took me and my cousin on for years. Farewell to them.