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“Imagine realizing one day that you’re a Beatle. Think about how you might decide to handle that for the next 50, 60, 70 years.”
Who is Tucker Carlson?
Employer loyalty is nice, but people can’t actually their pay bills with it.
This month’s books newsletter has a lot to say about identities — mistaken, misunderstood, transformed, false, false, fictional, or as anonymous as the op-ed.
My origin story—as a son, and later a father and a husband; as a citizen, a racist— has always begun in a crumpled car at the side of the highway. May 30, 1982.
The Parkland survivors are teaming up with urban youth dedicated to ending gun violence, united by Dr. Martin Luther King’s six principles of nonviolence.
Aram Mrjoian reflects on his experiences of being part Armenian in America.
Apparently there is no shortage of women who want to apply to pay $5000 to find their inner light.
Even the greatest philosophical minds can’t figure out why music gives us such pleasure, only that music does.
Sometimes it takes a touch of darkness to create something alluring.
In law school, they told me I wouldn’t be able to read anymore. That the pleasure of the text, like a lover in a non-law degree, would slowly grow opaque to me.
“When I started asking myself questions about my own notions of masculinity. I just felt so limited, so suddenly afraid of becoming the kind of man I’d grown up in fear of.”
Dining out with courtsiders, a rogue, impish species in the tennis ecosystem.
Allegations that Richard Nixon beat his wife, Pat Nixon, have circulated for decades without serious examination by the journalists who covered his presidency. It’s time to look more closely at what’s been hiding in plain view.
If you live in Florida, you better keep tabs on your cat, lest it fall prey to the invasive, 18-ft long Burmese python hiding under your bushes.
Thousands of Haitians who fled the United States on foot last summer have started very different lives in Canada.