Life in Green Bank, West Virginia, a town without cell signals and a haven people with electromagnetic hypersensitivity (a disease that may or may not exist).
Friday, April 12
A new release of our iPad app is available in the App Store, and it includes a slew of great new magazines to follow: Gizmodo, Grist, McSweeney's, Men's Journal, Narratively, New Statesman, Polygon, Rookie, The Smart Set and the Times Literary Supplement.
Longform for iPad delivers picks from our editors, plus new articles from more than 80 of the world's best magazines, in an elegant, reader-friendly design. It's perfect for commutes, flights, and Sunday afternoons.
A profile of Kehinde Wiley, a painter who inserts the “brown faces” that have historically been relegated to the background in Western art.
Thursday, April 11
Charles Pierce’s classic GQ profile of Tiger Woods, annotated.
An investigation into a scholarly hoax.
Wednesday, April 10
Patrick Symmes is a foreign correspondent and contributor to Outside and Harper's.
"They rolled us up like a cheap carpet. We were locked in a room for 14 hours. And for the first six hours that was okay. Everything was nice; there was coffee. But then the nightshift came on. You could hear gunshots in the street, and these guys were scared. And they were thugs. And they were thugs with a mission: to get rid of every foreigner who might witness what was happening."
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The story of Christopher Knight, who lived in the Maine woods for 27 years with virtually no human contact.