Harry Cheadle and I ranked LiLo’s alleged/probably fake famous celebrity conquests.

I went to Starbucks and Chipotle with a famous Ukrainian feminist exile to get out of my comfort zone, for a VICE article, but it ends up FEMEN activists aren’t that different from celebrities! Feminists activists! They’re just like us!

I went to Starbucks and Chipotle with a famous Ukrainian feminist exile to get out of my comfort zone, for a VICE article, but it ends up FEMEN activists aren’t that different from celebrities! Feminists activists! They’re just like us!

A Deranged Math Teacher Named Sky Smith Paid Me to Throw a Concert in My Mom’s Guest House. Read more on VICE. 

A Deranged Math Teacher Named Sky Smith Paid Me to Throw a Concert in My Mom’s Guest House. Read more on VICE

I never enjoyed Lars Von Trier or Gus Van Sant, but since the paternity drama erupted last month, their films have spoken to me more than anything else. 

"I see [gold medalist] Tara Lipinski at parties out here. I was in love with her [as a kid], and now I see her out in Los Angeles partying, and she’s a train wreck now. You peak so young, and it leaves you with nothing unless you want to be a coach. I looked into Disney on Ice, but you get paid $30,000 a year, and that’s like not even what you spend. I don’t know where the payoff comes except for the self-satisfaction."

— I investigated how FIGURE SKATING RUINS LIVES for VICE. 

Hi.

Hi.

This has been the theme song of finding out my dad isn’t my biological dad. 

No Regrets

I read No Regrets this weekend. Here are the ten books that changed my life (in no order):

1.) Walt Disney, Neal Gabler

2.) Perks of Being a Wallflower, Stephen Chbosky 

3.) Studies in the Renaissance, Walter Pater

4.) If You Have to Cry, Go Outside, Kelly Cutrone

5.) The Bible (I went to Catholic school; shit haunts you)

6.) Ethan Frome, Edith Wharton

7.) Dancer from the Dance, Andrew Holleran

8.) And the Heart Says Whatever, Emily Gould

9.) A Single Man, Christopher Isherwood

10.) So Much Pretty, Cara Hoffman