Friday, April 5
Thursday, April 4
“Ebert: Sometimes we do really dislike each other.
Siskel: And sometimes we don’t.”
A profile of the D.O.C., the rapper’s rapper, who ghostwrote for Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg.
A mother struggles to cope when a child is born with albinism.
Wednesday, April 3
On the business of selling books.
Jay Caspian Kang is a writer and editor at Grantland.
"That's one of the things I've been learning: sometimes if you just sit there, they forget that you're there, so they forget to get rid of you. I'm very quiet and I try not to ask them a lot of questions. ... Generally I just observe. I feel like because I'm a fiction writer, the story will tell itself through the narrative of the person's movement through their daily life."
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A cultural history of Bitcoin and what happened when the nascent virtual currency began to be covered by the mainstream media.
A trip to the French island of Réunion to report on a bloody battle between surfers and sharks.
On the American teenager who was kidnapped by Islamic militants while on vacation in the Philippines.