ZACHARY STOCKILL is an award-winning Canadian researcher, writer, and educator. His writing on culture, politics, and personal development has appeared in publications such as the Huffington Post, Mic, PopMatters, rabble.ca, and many others. His most recent book is Everyday Joy, which has been a number one bestseller in several Amazon categories. You can follow Zachary on twitter @zfstockill, or visit his personal website.
An Interview With Earth, Wind & Fire Bassist Verdine White | 4 Nov 2014 // 9:00 PM
After a comeback album last year, the funkiest group alive, Earth, Wind & Fire, decided to record a holiday album, and also open up about their legacy, performing for the President, and more.
“No Complaints”: An Interview with Pete Best, the Original Drummer of the Beatles | 24 Aug 2014 // 8:14 PM
Despite missing out on being one of the Fab Four, Pete Best is as happy as ever: "I have no complaints, I’ve enjoyed life. Wouldn’t change anything."
On Ladies Men and the Ladies Who Love Them: An Interview with Betsy Prioleau | 24 Mar 2013 // 5:30 PM
Betsy Prioleau's Swoon: Great Seducers and Why Women Love Them provides an enjoyable and eminently readable portrait of consistent and effective themes in seduction throughout human history.
'I Am Sorry to Think I Have Raised a Timid Son' Shows Russell's Potential | 31 Mar 2015 // 8:05 PM
Kent Russell explores multiple, often bizarre manifestations of American masculinity in addition to his own.
'The Struggle for Pakistan' Masterfully Summarizes a Country's Troubled History | 1 Feb 2015 // 8:05 PM
Dr. Ayesha Jalal's thorough survey will remain the definitive history of Pakistan for decades to come.
Breakbot and Irfane: 25 January, 2013 - Club El Rodeo, Medellin, Colombia | 6 Feb 2014 // 3:00 AM
As the moving masses in Medellin, Colombia made clear last Saturday night, Parisien DJs Breakbot and Irfane are at the top of their game.
'100 Things Beatles Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die ' | 14 Aug 2013 // 3:00 AM
This is intended to appeal to Beatle fanatics, though it offers little in the way of new insights, facts, and stories.