A remembrance of JFK, Jr.
Tuesday, September 25
“Redistricting today has become the most insidious practice in American politics—a way, as the opportunistic machinations following the 2010 census make evident, for our elected leaders to entrench themselves in 435 impregnable garrisons from which they can maintain political power while avoiding demographic realities.”
Monday, September 24
A profile of Kermit Oliver, a reclusive, critically acclaimed artist who designs scarves for Hermès and works nights at the Waco post office.
An interview with Cobain a few months after the release of In Utero.
Sunday, September 23
Exploring remote atolls in the South Pacific.
Saturday, September 22
Debates surrounding physician-assisted dying in the U.S.
Friday, September 21
The story of a device that delivers electric shocks to students at a school for special needs.
An attempt at writing about the football coach.