Observations at the dawn of an epidemic.
Kurt Cobain’s suicide sent his fans – and the local media – into a tailspin.
A profile of celebrity cat Lil BUB and the man who was contemplating bankruptcy before he found her.
A portrait of Ben Todd, a DIY champion of the emerging music scene in Nashville.
A small town in Upstate New York, and one family in particular, endures a five-year string of car accidents, suicides, and murders.
A barely drinking-age Green Day profiled shortly after the release of Dookie.
Nine Inch Nails guitarist Aaron North’s descent into madness and obscurity.
Seven years after being fired from The Replacements, their founding guitarist is an thirty-three-year-old unemployed line cook living amongst memories in Minneapolis. He would be dead within two years.
Perpetually reinvented through experimental chemistry, manufactured in Asian mills, packaged in foil with names like White Slut Concentrated and Charley Sheene for use as “hookah cleaner,” distributed in college town head shops, snorted and injected by hardened addicts and high school thrill seekers alike, bath salts may be the strangest and most volatile American drug craze since crack. And they’re (quasi) legal.