Transporting an instrument after a death in the family.
Tuesday, May 13
Monday, May 12
The saga of Naji Mansour.
Cory Booker, Chris Christie, and Mark Zuckerberg had a plan to reform Newark’s schools. They got an education.
Joe Frazier vs. Muhammad Ali, 20 years after their final fight.
Sunday, May 11
Will Vinton created the California Raisins, coined the term “claymation” and had a firm making $28 million a year in the late 1990s. By 2002, he was out of a job, replaced by a failed rapper who had gone by the name “Chilly Tee” and also happened to be the son of Nike co-founder Phil Knight.
An interview with Miley Cyrus.
Previously: Tavi Gevinson on the Longform Podcast.
On police brutality in New York and the race riots of 1964.
Saturday, May 10
A young woman with a rare condition navigates El Paso.
The Muay Thai fighters of Klong Prem.
Friday, May 9
A profile of Uruguay President José Mujica, a former revolutionary who’s been shot six times, was imprisoned for 14 years and, since taking office, has shunned the presidential mansion in favor of a small farm while legalizing gay marriage, abortion and marijuana.
"Caught between the dealers and the cops in Hazleton, Pa., is a woman with a bad habit."
Previously: Susan Dominus on the Longform Podcast.