In recent years, much has been made of the phenomenon of "outsider art," or art brut. These terms, created respectively by art critic Roger Cardinal and artist Jean Dubuffet, refer to the creations of artists who work outside of the mainstream, such as psychiatric patients. Now, the term applies to visual art, but if we shift the definition to include the written … Continue reading Charlie Kelly or Charles Bukowski: Can You Guess Who Wrote Each of These Poems?
MAC, tired and hungover, enters The Bar to find it filled with strange old men in matching leather jackets. MAC: Hey, Dennis, who the **** are these people? He turns to the bar and finds, instead of Dennis, a STRANGE OLD MAN he's never seen before wiping it down with a rag. MAC: Whoa, shit! Who the … Continue reading The Gang Performs King Lear: An Always Sunny Crossover Fic
About a month ago, right around the time that I, along with all the other editors of The Niche, abruptly and for no particular reason gave up on The Niche, I got into the FXX sitcom It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. And if you know me, you know this: when I stan, I stan. I didn't write … Continue reading Six Homoerotic Promotional Photos for It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia That Are More Satisfying Than All the Sex I’ve Ever Had
Chapter 1 It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife. However little known the feelings or views of such a man may be on his first entering a neighbourhood, this truth is so well fixed in the minds of the … Continue reading Pride & Philadelphia: Part 1
There is an inexplicable feeling. A feeling you get when you're watching a show and a man shouts "NEWZ-FLASH ASSHOLE" with such enunciation and vocal range that a thousand Shakespearean actors weep in envy. It's the feeling that makes you think: Is it possible that this man, this odd man with the beautiful voice, this odd man … Continue reading He Went To Juilliard: 7 People You Might Not Know Went to Juilliard
by Seph and Thea Is this a quote from the Tony and Pulitzer winning play "Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes" or the FX show "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"? This quiz asks the question: What? Answer key below. (N.B.: both texts contain some pretty strong themes. Here are some content warnings to … Continue reading It’s Always Angels in America