Why we love repetition in music.
Arts & Culture
Monday, March 17
Friday, March 14
Thursday, March 13
The environmental artist on massive budgets, wrapping the Reichstag, and working alone.
“There was this brief moment when people who wrote blogs also cared about so-called literary fiction. Now it seems they’ve moved on. My doctor doesn’t give a fuck.”
Wednesday, March 12
Searching for Puddles the Clown, whose cover of Lorde’s “Royals” made him an Internet star.
Saturday, March 8
How Owen came to communicate again.
Friday, March 7
Wednesday, March 5
How Hollywood falls for actresses who “act like a dude but look like a supermodel” – and then changes its mind.
Tuesday, March 4
Monday, March 3
The roast where Chevy Chase learned that everyone hates him.
An interview with Philip Roth on his career, his critics, and his retirement, which he began by re-reading his 31 books to "see whether I’d wasted my time."
More from the Longform archive: writers on writing.
A profile of former club kid Michael Alig, who is approaching release after serving 17 years in jail for murder.