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Length: 1 minutes (360 words)
Prolonging the slow death of newspapers
At last. A pitcher from Alabama youve probably never heard of, his blue cap struggling to contain his curly brown hair, his five long years in the minors leading…
Source: gangrey.com
Length: 5 minutes (1314 words)
How Technology Is Renewing Attention to Long-form Journalism
by Mallary Jean Tenore Published Aug. 12, 2010 4:39 pm
Length: 5 minutes (1353 words)
Here Be Monsters
A crewman on a commercial tuna-fishing boat was the first to spot it: something shiny and metallic in the water off the…
Source: www.gq.com
Length: 34 minutes (8530 words)
The Duke in His Domain
Published: Nov. 9, 1957
Length: 55 minutes (13941 words)
Investigation of 2004 Shooting at Russian School
Click here to read the six other greatest Esquire stories ever published -- in their entirety. September 1. Afternoon. The Gym. Kazbek Misikov stared at the bomb hanging above his…
Author: C.J. Chivers
Published: March 14, 2007
Length: 3 minutes (945 words)
Consider the Lobster
For 56 years, the Maine Lobster Festival has been drawing crowds with the promise of sun, fun, and fine food. One visitor would argue that the celebration involves a whole lot more.
Source: Gourmet
Length: 30 minutes (7657 words)
Why even Robert Nozick, the philosophical father of libertarianism, gave up on the movement he inspired. Recently, I overheard a fellow Amtraker back…
Paul Haggis Vs. the Church of Scientology
Published: Feb. 14, 2011
Length: 3 minutes (891 words)
"IT'S 3:05 ON SUNDAY. This marks my 24-hour mark of being stuck in Blue John Canyon. My name is Aron Ralston. My parents are Donna and Larry Ralston, of Englewood, Colorado. Whoever finds this,…
Length: 27 minutes (6765 words)
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