A profile of Russell Baze, the winningest jockey in American history.
Wednesday, August 14
The turf wars at New York City’s hip hop station, Hot 97.
Tuesday, August 13
Memories of living with the writer Andrew Lytle late in his life.
Georgia and Patterson Inman, 15-year-old twins, are the only living heirs to the $1 billion Duke tobacco fortune. They are also emotional wrecks, tortured by a hellacious childhood in which they were raised by drug addicts and left to fend for themselves in mansions across the country.
A profile of documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras, who last January received “a curious e-mail from an anonymous stranger requesting her public encryption key.”
The family history behind college football’s most talked-about player.
Monday, August 12
An interview on nature vs. nurture with the author of The Sports Gene: Inside the Science Of Extraordinary Athletic Performance.
The benefits of getting sick in New York.
Mehran Karimi Nasseri was without a country, a family or a home. Then he landed at Terminal One at Charles de Gaulle Airport. The article that inspired The Terminal.
Sunday, August 11
How the heir to a horse racing empire became an informant on the Zetas cartel as they pushed their money laundering operations into the lucrative quarter horse trade.
Departing Marrakech by car with a plan to record music for the Library of Congress.