A week at Coachella with the rapper and some mushrooms.
The murder of a 34-year-old by a wig-wearing figure traces back to meth, an FBI sting and a former municipal judge who once sent a live copperhead snake to a foe through the U.S. mail.
On Brent White, the joke whisperer who edits the largely improvisational comedies of Paul Feig, Judd Apatow and Adam McKay.
Saturday, April 18
On a 16-year-old with a debilitating disorder: trichtillomania.
The question for researchers isn’t “How smart are dolphins?” It’s “How are dolphins smart?”Previously: The Longform Guide to Sea Creatures
Friday, April 17
The politics and rhetoric of Trevor Noah’s appointment as the new host of the Daily Show.
Kate Matrosova was a classic overachiever and, at 32, had everything to live for. Still she set out alone into the mountains of New Hampshire—and a deadly storm.
In 1992, a magazine story introduced the world to the photographs of Sally Mann. Here, she responds to the firestorm that article produced.
Life behind the Beatles curtain, with the man whose real name is actually Richard Starkey.
Thursday, April 16
One famous critic (Adler) takes another (Pauline Kael) to task for a collection of reviews that is “without Kael- or Simon-like exaggeration, not simply, jarringly, piece by piece, line by line, and without interruption, worthless.”