No one knew how Suzanne Jovin ended up in a wealthy neighborhood away from Yale’s campus in New Haven, or why she was brutally stabbed on the sidewalk, apparently by someone she knew. The only suspect that police named was her thesis advisor.
Friday, June 10
A profile of Florida legend—and pardoned killer—Charlie Driver.
Thursday, June 9
On LA Noire and the gaming paradoxes presented by pairing nuanced storytelling with a player’s free will.
In 1992, a Chinese freighter tipped violently in a storm dumping a load of plastic floatee toys—7,200 red beavers, 7,200 green frogs, 7,200 blue turtles, and 7,200 yellow ducks—to the open sea. This is their story.
On the rise of the modern city – and the rise of missing persons.
An essay on gynobibliophobia and the critical reception of women writers.
The story of Daily Kos and its founder, Markos Moulitsas.
Wednesday, June 8
On witnessing an incredible junior college basketball game 23 years ago in North Dakota.
A journey to Disney World with kids and weed.
No one argues before the Supreme Court more than Tommy Goldstein.
Tuesday, June 7
The bitter rivalry within the aerospace industry to produce unmanned combat aircrafts.