Sunday, June 3

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A profile of fashion designer Nudie Cohn, who made clothing for Elvis, Glen Campbell, Johnny Cash, and others.

Saturday, June 2

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A profile of the Against Me! frontman.

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The untold story of steroids in baseball.

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Uncovered letters reveal ties between the literary magazine and the CIA’s Congress for Cultural Freedom.

Friday, June 1

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The controversy surrounding the death of Uche Okafor.

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A profile of Fleshlight inventor Steve Shubin.

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On conspiracy theories in sports, from the ‘85 NBA draft lottery to Michael Phelps’ gold medal performance in the 100-meter butterfly.

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The author recounts playing herself – best-selling author Sloane Crosley – on an episode of “Gossip Girl.”

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A profile of filmmaker Michael Haneke.

Thursday, May 31

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“It’s 7:30 a.m., and already the congressman and I are covered in blood.”

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“Adaptation is one explanation of how a lot of executives stay alive. As the fish in the Silurian rivers began to develop swim bladders in order to live in shoal waters, so American executives have developed certain compensating features. The process can be observed particularly in the big cities where conditions are the most trying. Executives have developed an insensitivity to noise, an uncanny time sense (needed in commuting), and an attunement to the city’s terrifying rhythms. Instead of trying to escape the phenomenon of modern life they fling themselves at it.”