The story of heiress Huguette Clark, who spent her life avoiding people and collecting dolls.
Thursday, September 25
Life after losing your memory at 22.Dan P. Lee on the Longform Podcast.
Sam Simon made a fortune from The Simpsons. Now, diagnosed with terminal cancer, he is racing to spend it.
Wednesday, September 24
Jeff Walton is a 69-year-old plumber with a wife and 35-year-old son. It turns out he’s also Ronald Stan, a Canadian man who faked his own death in 1977.
Chris Hayes hosts All In with Chris Hayes on MSNBC and is an editor-at-large for The Nation.
"The instability was so intense and the anguish and frustration were so intense that there wasn’t a ton of time to think through, 'Well, what is my role in this?' Mostly it was: wake up in the morning after two or three hours of sleep and start going to stuff, talking to people, and keep doing that until the show happens."
Thanks to GoDaddy for sponsoring this week's episode. Apply for the TinyLetter Writers Residency by September 26. And nominate your favorite soccer article for a chance to win a free Xbox One and EA SPORTS FIFA 15.
On America’s vanishing night sky and life in perpetual light.
Tuesday, September 23
The latest edition of our favorite video game, EA SPORTS FIFA 15, is out today! To celebrate, Longform is teaming up with EA SPORTS to create a guide to the best soccer writing of all-time. And we need your help!
All you need to do is nominate your favorite soccer article and you'll be entered to win a free Xbox One, plus a copy of EA SPORTS FIFA 15. Any article is allowed, so long as it is available online. New, classic, doesn't matter — we're just looking for the best of the best.
How the tech billionaire came to own 87,000 acres, three hotels, a wastewater treatment plant, a cemetery and 380 cats.