Joined: Jun 8, 2015
Nick Keppler is a Pittsburgh-based freelance writer whose work has appeared in The Village Voice, Nerve, Vice, and Slate. When he’s not on his laptop, he’s probably kayaking on one of the city’s rivers with a Led Zeppelin track blaring through his earbuds.
During its first 20 years, every face paint-caked zombie or masked ghoul working at ScareHouse was taught one maxim: Get into people’s personal space. Then the COVID-19 pandemic arrived.
Harriet Beecher Stowe came from a family of abolitionists, and her novel 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' turned public opinion against slavery.
These one-piece bathing suits, which are modeled after Star Trek: The Next Generation's Starfleet uniforms, are perfect for an afternoon in the Holodeck’s sauna program.
On April 13, 2019, Luke Skywalker was put on trial for murdering 5999 people when he destroyed the Death Star.
On January 30, 1969, the Fab Four appeared on the rooftop of their record label’s headquarters, unannounced, and started performing. It would be their final live show.
When Congress asks for 'The Goonies' to be preserved, only the best will do.
Not being read his rights didn't allow Miranda to go free.
Digital music has a longer history than you'd expect.
For his arguably greatest trick, performed just months before he died, Houdini had to master his own physiology.
MTV debuted in 1981, but the history of the music video dates back to the late 1800s.
Whatever happened to the guy who invented the Slinky?
It’s time to dust off your Dothraki!