Tag: life

Help The World While Traveling, With These Voluntourism Opportunities

Uproxx When you’re traveling a lot, it’s tough to volunteer and give back to the world. You can’t necessarily take a daily or weekly position in one city and commit to being there. You can’t mentor a kid for a year without skipping town and letting them down or organize a major fundraiser when your […]

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Celebrate St. Paddy’s Day With These Thick, Chocolatey American Stouts

Shutterstock/Uproxx This article was updated. When most people think of St. Patrick’s Day, their thoughts typically travel to rowdy, green-clad partiers, corned beef and cabbage, and, of course, Guinness. The famous Irish stout is the go-to drink for revelers from Dublin, Ireland to Dublin, Ohio and there are few beverages so synonymous with one holiday […]

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All The Best Food Deals For Pi Day

Unsplash Today is National Pi Day. Which is technically not a National Food Day at all, but a celebration of mathematics that references the constant Pi, often represented by the Greek letter π. π represents the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. For non-math heads, that means its an infinite, non-repeating decimal — […]

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The NHL Alumni Association Is Doing A Cannabis Study To Help Former Players Kick Opioids

Getty Image The NHL Alumni Association is partnering with a marijuana company to study the impact of using cannabis to treat pain. According to SportsNet’s Elliotte Friedman, the hockey league’s alumni association has partnered with Canadian cannabis company Canopy Growth Corporation. Canopy and the NHL Alumni Association called the deal […]

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Hate Is On The Rise In America, According To New Data

iStock/Uproxx   By now, just about everyone has an opinion about Jussie Smollett, the Empire actor who was charged last week with filing a false police report on a hate crime. Smollett’s actions have inspired countless takes from nearly every media outlet, and people are enraged equally across the political […]

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Represent In-N-Out In The Fast Food Wars With This PUMA Collaboration

PUMA PUMA has just released a new iteration of their ‘80s inspired “California” sneaker silhouette. It’s a great look if you’re trying to capture that West Coast chill. Better still, they’re marking the occasion with a collab with the state’s favorite fast food joint (and the source of countless french […]

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SXM Festival Head Julian Prince Tells Us About The Coolest Experiences To Find In St. Martin

Julian Prince In 2017, Hurricane Irma hit the small Caribbean island of St. Martin incredibly hard, leaving the local communities devastated and with limited resources to aid recovery. They needed outside help — which is why SXM, an underground electronic music festival that had previously called the beaches of St. […]

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The Battle Lines Have Been Drawn On The Green New Deal

Getty Image “I really don’t like their policies of taking away your car, taking away your airplane flights, of ‘let’s hop a train to California,’ or ‘you’re not allowed to own cows anymore!’” So bellowed President Donald Trump in El Paso, Texas, his first campaign-style salvo against Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez […]

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Ridley Scott Directed A Hennessy Ad And It Might Be His Best Work In Years

[embedded content] Share This Video Ridley Scott, the visionary director that brought us sci-fi classics like Blade Runner and Alien (the first, good one) has teamed up with Hennessy X.O — which stands for Extra Old — for an ad that takes us on a visually stunning journey through the […]

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‘Fox & Friends’ Host: I Haven’t Washed My Hands In 10 Years Because I Can’t See Germs, ‘Therefore, They’re Not Real’

Fox & Friends weekend host Pete Hegseth decided on Sunday morning to unburden his soul with a deep, dark secret as part of a resolution to be more candid with Fox News audiences. While it was no Liam Neeson-level possible career-tanking admission, but it was disgusting nonetheless. “My 2019 resolution […]

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Street Artist Awe2 Is Part Of A Movement That’s Changing The Art World

TikTok The thing about street art is that even though the artist starts with an initial vision and a certain aesthetic, the work is constantly changing after they walk away. It gets weathered by elements, tagged by other graffiti artists, and recontextualized by ever-shifting neighborhood dynamics. It’s never done. Every […]

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