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LeBron James: Cursed by Success

This is a guest post by Brett Maverick Musser. A University of Florida graduate, Brett is a self-proclaimed gluten-free radical feminist who will be pursuing his Juris Doctor at ...

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    Culture Your Fu**ing Self

    There are two approaches to spending your time in this complex enigma of a town called Tampa. You can complain that “there’s nothing to do” and drown your ...

    On June 29, 2015 / By
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    Culture Your F**king Self

    There are two approaches to spending your time in this complex enigma of a town called Tampa. You can complain that “there’s nothing to do” and drown your ...

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    Culture Your F**king Self

    There are two approaches to spending your time in this complex enigma of a town called Tampa. You can complain that “there’s nothing to do” and drown your ...

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    Asshole and Hero of the Week

    Although we love to view the world in absolutes, things are seldom black and white. Heroes have skeletons in their closets and assholes secretly donate money to the ASPCA commercials with Sarah McLachlan. Okay, maybe not. The point is that the world is a complex place, full of moral ambiguity, double standards and mixed feelings. So we have taken it upon ourselves to bring ...

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    LeBron James: Cursed by Success

    This is a guest post by Brett Maverick Musser. A University of Florida graduate, Brett is a self-proclaimed gluten-free radical feminist who will be pursuing his Juris Doctor at the University of San Diego come fall.  The type of attention Lebron James has received since his high school basketball career reveals as much about us as it reveals about him. We have canonized ...

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    Don’t Call Me Baby: The History Behind Catcalling

    Hey fellas, let me give you a pop quiz. You see a woman walking down the street. What do you do? Scream “Hey baby” while proceeding to lick your lips Slow your car to a kidnap-friendly crawl and whistle as you drive by Block her path and say “Damn, beautiful.” Wait outside the pizza place she goes into, then say “I’ll be ...

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    On The Issues: Bobby Jindal

    Politics are confusing. With a playing field this big, it’s hard to know where each of the 2016 presidential candidates stands on the issues. But the choices these rich old people make directly impact the country we live in, so it’s important to be informed when the election rolls around in November of 2016. That’s where we come in. No frills, no ...

    On June 30, 2015 / By
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    Culture Your Fu**ing Self

    There are two approaches to spending your time in this complex enigma of a town called Tampa. You can complain that “there’s nothing to do” and drown your sorrows in dollar pitchers at The Hut every Saturday, or you can embrace your precious time here in Cigar City and go explore. We’ve helped you survive road trips and spring break. We supply ...

    On June 29, 2015 / By
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    A Win for Gay Marriage is a Win for All

    The United States Supreme Court announced Friday its 5-4 decision, ruling that the right to same-sex marriage is protected by the U.S. Constitution. We may understand the general reason behind why this is important, but it’s possible that we confuse our knowledge of why its effects are important with why the decision is inherently important. As someone who has been a fan ...

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    Asshole and Hero of the Week

    Although we love to view the world in absolutes, things are seldom black and white. Heroes have skeletons in their closets and assholes secretly donate money to the ASPCA commercials with Sarah McLachlan. Okay, maybe not. The point is that the world is a complex place, full of moral ambiguity, double standards and mixed feelings. So we have taken it upon ourselves to bring ...

    On June 24, 2015 / By
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    Charleston and the Importance of Paying Attention

    Let’s take a second to stop reading about the Kardashians or other worthless information the media is feeding us. The names above aren’t just victims of a “horrible tragedy” that “just happens” and will be soon forgotten. The names above are names of people who had loved ones, who now have to live knowing that some despicable excuse for a human being ...

    On June 23, 2015 / By
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    The Taylor Swift/Apple Music Showdown

    We heard her views on Spotify when she removed her entire catalog from the streaming service on the basis that they weren’t fairly compensating songwriters and artists for their work. And Sunday, she published a blog post addressing media giant Apple — she would not give its new new streaming service, Apple Music, the rights to her album, “1989. In an open ...

    On June 23, 2015 / By
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    On The Issues: Donald Trump

    Politics are confusing. With a playing field this big, it’s hard to know where each of the 2016 presidential candidates stands on the issues. But the choices these rich old people make directly impact the country we live in, so it’s important to be informed when the election rolls around in November of 2016. That’s where we come in. No frills, no ...

    On June 22, 2015 / By
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    An Ode to Fathers

    Father’s Day may already be over, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to reflect on it. It’s a tradition that’s been around for more than a century. The first Father’s Day celebration was held at a YMCA in Spokane, Washington, by Sonora Smart Dodd on June 19, 1910. Her father, William Jackson Smart, was a Civil War veteran and a single ...

    On June 22, 2015 / By
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    Ask Rachel: The Baggage of Heritage

    This is a guest post by GainesvilleScene’s Kathryn Williams. What is your race? White, African American, Hispanic, Indian, Native American, Haitian American, Chinese, Korean or a combination of a few? OK, so that seems like an easy question. Let’s try another one. What’s your racial identity? See, we have a more complicated question here. Do you even know what that means? This question has ...

    On June 22, 2015 / By
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    Culture Your F**king Self

    There are two approaches to spending your time in this complex enigma of a town called Tampa. You can complain that “there’s nothing to do” and drown your sorrows in dollar pitchers at The Hut every Saturday, or you can embrace your precious time here in Cigar City and go explore. We’ve helped you survive road trips and spring break. We supply ...

    On June 22, 2015 / By
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    Asshole and Hero of the Week

    Although we love to view the world in absolutes, things are seldom black and white. Heroes have skeletons in their closets and assholes secretly donate money to the ASPCA commercials with Sarah McLachlan. Okay, maybe not. The point is that the world is a complex place, full of moral ambiguity, double standards and mixed feelings. So we have taken it upon ourselves to bring ...

    On June 17, 2015 / By
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    On The Issues: Jeb Bush

    Politics are confusing. With a playing field this big, it’s hard to know where each of the 2016 presidential candidates stands on the issues. But the choices these rich old people make directly impact the country we live in, so it’s important to be informed when the election rolls around in November of 2016. That’s where I come in: No frills, no bias ...

    On June 17, 2015 / By