Unless you’re in the habit of sharing your sneakers with your fellow man, chances are nobody truly knows what it’s like to walk a mile in your shoes.
And quite frankly, that might be a good thing. After all, who wants their feet to get contaminated by whatever fungus is clinging to your kicks?
That said, the world might be a better place if we all understood each other just a little better, which is why it’s important that we share our experiences — the good, the bad, and the funky. And with this year’s Year End Double Issue — featuring terrifying tales about being lost at sea and staying put in Chucktown through Hugo alongside silly stories about cleaning up horse pee and getting high off salvia divinorium — that’s what we’re trying to do.
Consider it our little way of bringing the brotherhood of man and the sisterhood of the traveling pants closer together.
- Open Water
For seven days, Troy Driscoll was adrift in the ocean. This is his story.
- On the road again
What it feels like to tour in a hard-working rock band
- Speaking in tongues
Are you experienced in Esperanto?
- In Good Hands
When the smallest patients go under the knife
- Horsing Around
Cleaning up after carriages is a thankless task
- Hugo-ing Crazy
A shocking tale of broken glass, airborne wigs, and a severed tendon
- Life as a knob
It’s hard out here for a freshman at The Citadel
- Swimming in mercury
Salvia trip is too weird to be addictive
- Gravity Rules
Getting high with a man on your back
- Undo the ink
Kiss that tramp stamp goodbye
- Redefining the World
Facing off against the blue screen of death
- Just Add Water
Adding new meaning to “baby pool”
- Write headline here
And I don’t have any ideas for a subhead either
- [White] House Hunting
Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton share their thoughts from the campaign trail