Eliott Grover

Eliott Grover is a freelance writer who is fascinated by the endless connections between pop culture and history. He explores this terrain in many of his stories for InsideHook, such as excavations of milfs and fat men's clubs. His work has also appeared in Men's Journal, FLOOD Magazine and other outlets. A diehard Boston sports apologist, he lives behind enemy lines in the scenic Hudson Valley.

All Articles From Eliott Grover

Meet the Former Army Ranger Helping to Bring Back the Tucked-In Tee Look

Jamie Wallace took inspiration from his military background to make a tee specifically designed to elevate the classic look

The Most Damning Revelations from the Brian Flores Lawsuit

Stephen Ross could be in big trouble, and the rest of the NFL's oligarchs have some explaining to do

The 20 Best Films We Saw at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival

From Kanye to volcanoes to cabbage-eating robots, this year’s lineup had something for everyone

Urban Meyer and the Fallacy of the College Football Coach Savior

When will NFL owners learn that these guys are nothing but snake-oil salesmen?

Yik Yak Is Back. Can It Ever Exist Without Cyberbullying?

The anonymous social media app has returned with new owners and heightened moderation. Time will tell if it's enough.

Remembering Juicy Campus, The Cyberbullying Hub That Briefly Ruled America

In 2007, a website you've probably never heard of prompted college students to torture each other in the name of free speech

The Outlaw Logic and Wet Dream Mysticism of Matthew McConaughey

The latter-day renaissance man gets personal in his memoir "Greenlights," a love letter to living optimistically

Will Garrett McNamara Ever Stop Searching for His 100-Foot Wave?

We caught up with the legendary surfer about the quixotic journey that led him to Nazaré, and why that journey is far from over

Behind Bangladesh: The Day That George Harrison Became the Most Endearing Ex-Beatle

50 years ago, Harrison and Ravi Shankar’s “Concert for Bangladesh” created the blueprint for the benefit concert

Before Joey Chestnut, “Fat Men’s Clubs” Dominated the World of Competitive Eating

Looking back at an era when Americans worshiped a different breed of gurgitator

Ghostly Fathers and Fatherly Brothers in Chloé Zhao’s American Heartland

There’s a reason the “Nomadland” director’s work is universally resonant

What Would Sigmund Freud Make of 21st-Century Fatherhood?

Ever wonder what the father of modern psychology would think of the modern world? We asked a leading scholar.

Bob Dylan Belongs in the Diss Track Hall of Fame

Of the mercurial artist’s many cognomens, “diss jockey” isn’t used enough

Acupuncture, Tupac’s Stepdad and the Untold Story of NYC’s Heroin Epidemic

“Dope is Death” revisits America’s first acupuncture detox program and the political persecution of its leaders

Dismantling the Myths We Use to Explain Mass Shootings

A new book traces the history of the American mass shooter and the troubling ways we make sense of senseless violence

Nobody Could Burn a Bridge Like Ernest Hemingway

No writer made friends — or enemies — as easily as Papa