Today’s young Muslims are finding ways to develop romantic relationships and while observing Islamic beliefs forbidding pre-marital sex.
“Project Ocean,” a Google plan to scan every book in the world, might not have succeeded — but they did scan over 25 million books, and the logistics are staggering.
Have you ever thought really hard about donuts? Like, 7,000 words hard? Keaton Lamle did.
This week, we’re sharing stories by Ijeoma Oluo, Michael Hall, Erika Hayasaki, Jerry Saltz, and Caren Chesler.
The Handmaid’s Tale is a classic case of “be careful what you wish for” for conservative women.
On the project that almost drove Jerry Saltz into despair.
When 3M, the Post-It Note manufacturer, began making electronic ankle monitors for corrections, it challenged the company’s long-heald philosophy about design and innovation.
For Maria Browning’s mother, Alzheimer’s Disease has dimmed old torments.
The 1969 oil spill off the coast of Santa Barbara galvanized environmental activism, and Pacific Standard’s oral history is a great read.
Oluo’s interview is a master class in confrontation, in which the hard questions are asked and the answers are pushed.