Doug Band gets close to, then falls out with, Bill and Hillary.
Tuesday, September 24
How both the drugs and the music have evolved together.
Monday, September 23
Nine Inch Nails guitarist Aaron North’s descent into madness and obscurity.
On George Plimpton and the founders of The Paris Review:
Early in the fifties another young generation of American expatriates in Paris became twenty-six years old, but they were not Sad Young Men, nor were they Lost; they were the witty, irreverent sons of a conquering nation.
Iranian operative Qassem Suleimani has been reshaping the Middle East for 15 years. Now he’s directing Bashar al-Assad’s war in Syria.
Sunday, September 22
The lost dream of Korleone Young, a high school basketball star who skipped college and flamed out after only one NBA season.
Saturday, September 21
How Norman Mailer and other writers wanted to go out.
On the best teacher the writer ever had.