Garin Pirnia

Garin, a name that according to Garin's mom means "high priestess of the written word," is a freelance arts and culture writer. Some of her work has appeared in Rolling Stone, Esquire, and The Wall Street Journal. Currently, she owns only one cat but dreams of the day when she can live on a ranch in Colorado with 50 more cats.

Times Drunk Animals Have Wreaked Havoc
10 Snoopy Facts
13 Facts About 'Three Kings'
Can You Spot the Sleeping Bat Hiding Among the Tools?
Why Little Women Still Matters, More Than 150 Years Later
'The Friends Effect' on Learning the English Language
Remote Workers Are Happier and Stay in Their Jobs Longer
The Reason Why The Great Gatsby Isn’t In the Public Domain (Yet)
Tennessee Woman Rescues a Kitten That Turns Out to Be a Bobcat
100 Dachshunds Competed in Cincinnati’s Annual ‘Running of the Wieners’
El Camino, the Breaking Bad Movie, Is Coming to Theaters
Google Is Celebrating Friends's 25th Anniversary With Hilarious Easter Eggs
Highclere Castle—the Real-Life Downton Abbey—Is Available to Rent on Airbnb
The 25 Hardest Colleges to Get Into In America
John Carpenter’s Original Halloween Is Coming Back to Theaters This Month
John Milton's Annotated Copy of Shakespeare’s First Folio May Have Been Found
Darth Vader’s Helmet and More Iconic Movie Props Are Hitting the Auction Block
The 30 Highest-Grossing Actors in Hollywood
Romeo And Juliet’s Balcony Scene Is A Lie
Mattel Is Releasing a Day of the Dead Barbie Doll
It Chapter Two Posters Are Scaring the Hell Out of Kids—and Their Parents—In Australia
You're Gonna Need a Bigger Shelf for This Jaws Statue
Dark Crystal: The Age of Resistance’s Design Supervisor Was Also the Baby in Labyrinth
Michigan Is Taking a Cue From Bob Ross and Planting Thousands of Happy Little Trees
More Than 1500 Museums Across the Country Will Be Free to Visit on Museum Day
13 Facts About The Muppets Take Manhattan
Bronx Museum Exhibits the Photos of Alvin Baltrop, Who Spent Years Documenting New York City’s Underground Gay Community
The World’s Fastest Roller Coaster Travels Nearly 150 mph
10 Facts About The Gap for Its 50th Anniversary
The Band KISS Misspelled Cincinnati and Locals Are Having a Lot of Fun With It
Only 1.2 Percent of People Got a Perfect Score on This Photographic Memory Test—See If You Can
The One Breaking Bad Scene You Need to Watch Before Seeing El Camino: The Breaking Bad Movie, According to Aaron Paul
Your Friends Are Happy You're Getting Married—But Don't Love Using Vacation Days to Attend
Why Do Cats Leave Their Mouths Open After Smelling Something?
California Is Planning to Build the World’s Largest Wildlife Crossing
You Can Watch Movies on Your Phone for Free With IMDb’s New App
5 Can’t-Miss Comedies Coming to Netflix In September
California Company Wants to Pay You $100,000 to Quit Your Job and Follow Your Dreams
South Carolina Coroner Swears Local Dairy Queen Burgers Are Not Made of Human Flesh
FogCam!, the World’s Longest-Running Webcam, Is Shutting Down
14 Royal Facts About Prince Albert
Snuggle a Raccoon While You Sip Your Coffee at Ukraine’s Raccoon Cafe
This London Pub Might Be the Most Ethical Bar in the World
Costco Is Now Selling a $20 Cheese Flight
The Cat Sanctuary That Sits Near the Ancient Roman Site Where Julius Caesar Was Murdered
Amazing Time-Lapse Shows Leaves Dramatically Changing Color During Fall
James Bond’s Gadget-Filled Goldfinger Aston Martin Just Sold For $6.38 Million
An 89-Year-Old Grandmother Is Visiting All 61 National Parks With Her Grandson
Why Beatrix Potter Ended Up Self-Publishing The Tale of Peter Rabbit
Reading Makes People Feel Happier and Smarter, According to New Poll


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