Brendan Bures

Brendan Bures is the Culture Editor at The Fresh Toast. He has written for ESPN’s The Undefeated, ATTN:, The Orlando Sentinel, NCAA.com, SBNation, and The Tallahassee Democrat, covering stories as varied as Florida State’s 2013 championship, OutKast’s ATLiens, and the pitfalls of celebrity’s social media. Previously, Brendan worked at Turner Sports as a desk editor for their collegiate sports department and served as Writing and Research Fellow for HRDCVR Magazine. There he spearheaded social media initiatives and led production of the HRDlist, a newsletter featuring diverse and important voices across multimedia channels. His work has also been recognized by the Associated Collegiate Press.

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Tortoise Saved Because Owner Gave Mouth-To-Snout

To what length would you go to save your pet? One British man answered that question resolutely last week and the tortoise was saved.

These 11 Statistics Will Change Your Opinion On Marijuana

To showcase the changing perception of cannabis, we compiled 11 marijuana statistics that represent marijuana’s present and its future.

Time To Log Off: Re-Imagining The Titles Of Great Movies As Clickbait

Great movies have great titles; the same cannot be said about great content on the internet, still clickbait works, right?

Male Beauty Blogger Transforms Into Emma Watson Through Makeup

Paolo Ballesteros has really outdone himself with his latest transformation into the likes of Emma Watson. It could be his most convincing makeup job yet.

‘Game of Thrones’: 3 Things You Should Know About Ice Dragons

This is the one that Jon Snow and his Suicide Squad travel across the wall with their really, really stupid plan to capture a wight.

Snowboarder, Gold Medalist Ross Rebagliati Proudly Carries ‘Cannabis Torch’

Ross Rebagliati won the first Olympic Gold Medal for Men’s Snowboarding in the 1998 Games hosted in Nagano, Japan.

Hooters Pivoting Brand Because Millennials Don’t Like Boobs

You must admit, millennials sure have put in work ruining things. They’ve ruined business lunches, crowdfunding, cruises, the 9-to-5 workday, the golf industry, and so much more when they aren’t eating all the avocado toast available in the world.

Texas Needs To Expand Conditions Under Limited Marijuana Program

The Texas Compassionate Use Act, which opened the door for medical marijuana in the state, will go into full effect Sept. 1.

Photograph The Eclipse With Your Smartphone: 5 Tips

With the upcoming Solar Eclipse 2017 around the corner, people have made numerous plans to witness the once-in-a-lifetime event. At this point, you probably already know where and how you’re watching.

College Football Coaches Soften Views On Marijuana Legalization

A new poll by CBS Sports indicates the college football coaches are approaching marijuana legalization with a more relaxed attitude than ever.