Inside the men’s rights movement—and the army of misogynists it spawned.
People have been having fun with nitrous oxide—often in the name of science—since its discovery more than 240 years ago.
"I realized, as I was going through puberty (early), the necessity of shifting my focus from doing things that would impress my parents and teachers to engaging in behavior that would strike my peers as cool. I started saying 'like' constantly. I smoked pot when I was twelve. I dropped acid when I was thirteen. Losing my virginity was the next logical step."
Previously: Ariel Levy on the Longform Podcast.
Twelve-step programs treat alcohol and drugs according to the same principles. But heroin changes the way the brain works. If there’s a medication that treats heroin addiction, why aren’t we using it?
The train to flavortown hits some speedbumps as an edgy Food Network host meets his match.
Wednesday, January 28
A UVA alum goes back for the first rush week since the Rolling Stone story.
The tragic final days (and very weird afterlife) of a radio legend.Previously: Amy Wallace on the Longform Podcast.
Taffy Brodesser-Akner is a contributing writer at The New York Times Magazine and GQ.
“My writing career was something that was always about to happen, just as soon as the baby falls asleep, just as soon as I finish watching this five-hour bout of As the World Turns, just as soon as... What do you do when you realize that you have not been doing the thing you were going to do? You're in your 30s. You get to work.”
They were an ordinary pair of small-time criminals in the UK. Then they figured out how to blow up an ATM.
Previously: The Longform Guide to Bank Heists
The strange, gun-filled life of the “King of Instragram,” a failed NAVY Seal trainee turned poker-playing playboy with an exiled fraudster for a father and two heart attacks already under his belt.
Tuesday, January 27
In the wake of Rumours, the band endures a series of break-ups.
On the set of ‘Show Me a Hero,’ his new HBO miniseries, Simon is as impassioned, cantankerous, and uncompromising as ever.