Tuesday, March 4

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What we can learn from a secret comic strip.

Monday, March 3

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The roast where Chevy Chase learned that everyone hates him.

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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.

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A profile of former club kid Michael Alig, who is approaching release after serving 17 years in jail for murder.

Sunday, March 2

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W.H. Auden’s quiet, personal pursuit of kindness and honor.

Saturday, March 1

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As early as 1948, the Oscars sucked.

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“Indeed the essence of Camp is its love of the unnatural: of artifice and exaggeration. And Camp is esoteric—something of a private code, a badge of identity even, among small urban cliques.”

Friday, February 28

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In Hollywood’s new blockbuster economy, the actors who portray superheroes are as interchangeable as the costumes they wear.

Wednesday, February 26

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A 16-year-old journalist goes on tour with a band on top. The article that inspired Almost Famous.

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A profile of Eve Babitz – muse, writer, LA party girl.

Tuesday, February 25

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The strange life of a 15-year-old model.

Monday, February 24

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A profile of Harold Ramis, director of Groundhog Day, who died today.