On loving and hating and living in Manhattan.
Monday, October 6
Sunday, October 5
The developer responsible for the tallest residential building in New York—the penthouse just sold for $90 million—lives in a two-story house in Queens.
A profile of Prince as Diamonds and Pearls was released, based mostly off a brief phone call, all the access he’ll allow.
The Nazis stole his family’s paintings, but Max Stern escaped and became one of Canada’s leading art dealers. Now, 20 after his death, he is changing the rules of restitution.
Saturday, October 4
A novelist and a psychotherapist discuss truth, fiction and the stories we tell ourselves.
Gamers, celebrities, military veterans, and publicists populate a capitalist future.
Excerpted from Gibson's forthcoming novel.
The fall of Richard Roberts, anointed son and successor of televangelist Oral Roberts, who was fired as president of Oral Roberts University and evicted from the home he’d lived in for nearly 50 years.
Friday, October 3
Ruth Thalí became an overnight sensation on a game show. Then she disappeared.
On Leon Botstein and the future of Bard College, which he has run for four decades.Alice Gregory on the Longform Podcast.
Arlena Lindley’s boyfriend Alonzo Turner beat her for months and murdered her child. So why was she sent to prison for 45 years?