From the great debate of Yanny v. Laurel and one particularly furious woman at a Tim Horton’s, to the birth of an ungodly sandwich made entirely out of KFC fried chicken skin, it has been quite a week.
Clickhole launched its first live Q&A “Ask Questions at Me,” Lifehacker held its first live event in NYC to discuss “How Should a Man Be?” and Gizmodo Media Group gained a new site with the launch of The Inventory!
Our team also published a lot of important and compelling journalism. Below is a round-up of some of the best stories published across the Kinja network during the past week.
Laura Wagner files an extensive follow-up report for Deadspin on the changes in addressing labor issues and writer compensation at SB Nation:
Gizmodo’s Kate Conger broke the news of Google employees’ resignation over the company’s continued work with the Pentagon on the controversial drone program Project Maven:
This week The Root published a series of stories for Mental Health Awareness Month. This personal piece by Michael Harriot about his sister’s death and the way mental health has touched his life stands out among them:
Erik Adams took a break from all the news of television reboots and revivals to dedicate this week’s TV Club 10 to the beloved animated comedy Home Movies, which found its true home and audience on Adult Swim:
And this is just the beginning, more great features from our staff below: