Britain’s Queen Elizabeth has shepherded her kingdom and realms throughout the waining twilight of empire to the dawn of the 21st century. She has been Queen for sixty years and we take a moment to acknowledge that reign and to what will surely be known as the modern Elizabethan Era.
We try to answer the question that continues to fascinate the Internet: why are liberal arts graduates so angry?
We talk with the second year political science student who helped stir up all the fuss.
Your sappy, rambling, delightful rom-com of a song about soy lattés and tae-bo just doesn’t sit well in the age of Tea Parties and Wall Street occupations and dead Steve Jobs and Chicken McBites, whatever the hell those are.
The foreign correspondent and rock critic shares his views on music, the media, and the most dangerous places on Earth.
“My beard is as long as it once was, but now grayed with age.”
Contributor Fernando Elizondo outlines the competitors vying for the the Mexican presidency in the country’s tightly contested election.
Vuksa Velickovic is, quite possibly, a true renaissance man — a writer, artist, symbol of his generation and messenger of his time and place. As the editor of BTurn Magazine, an online destination…
As Listmas comes to a close, the editors of Reply look into their crystal ball and divine who will make headlines in the new year, and why.
On day 11 of Listmas, Reply Magazine looks back at some of the exciting moments that helped shape 2011.