The history of American whaling.
Monday, June 4
A profile of Hector Xavier Monsegur, aka Sabu, a hacker star of Anonymous and resident of a New York City housing project.
Sunday, June 3
She was a thirteen-year-old from the Chabad Lubavitch community who would dip into a barbershop bathroom to swap her orthodox clothes for those of a streetwalker. Her pimping and rape allegations against a group of black men in their twenties, repeatedly recanted and then reaffirmed, would send the D.A.’s office into disarray.
A profile of fashion designer Nudie Cohn, who made clothing for Elvis, Glen Campbell, Johnny Cash, and others.
Saturday, June 2
A profile of the Against Me! frontman.
Uncovered letters reveal ties between the literary magazine and the CIA’s Congress for Cultural Freedom.
Friday, June 1
The controversy surrounding the death of Uche Okafor.
On conspiracy theories in sports, from the ‘85 NBA draft lottery to Michael Phelps’ gold medal performance in the 100-meter butterfly.
The author recounts playing herself – best-selling author Sloane Crosley – on an episode of “Gossip Girl.”