Watching the jazz singer in New York.
Sunday, July 22
A history of The New Yorker and its editors, from founder Harold Ross through Tina Brown.
Saturday, July 21
An interview with the novelist.
Police and scientists investigate an outbreak.
Friday, July 20
What became of Annie Moore, the first person to arrive on Ellis Island?
Three years after her gold-medal performance – and amidst rumors of a fall from grace – the author travels to Transylvania to track down gymnast Nadia Comaneci. He also enjoys several drinks with her coach, Bela Karolyi.Part of our Olympics primer, on the Longform blog.
Thursday, July 19
David Johnson’s unrequited correspondence with Jay-Z.
Libertarian, futurist, billionaire: a profile of Peter Thiel.
The story of the Norway massacre, as told by the survivors.
Greg Ousley killed his parents and has been locked up for nineteen years.
Is that enough?