This week, we’re sharing stories from Megan Evershed, Mark Mann, Jaelani Turner-Williams, Minelle Mahtani, and Kim Cross.
Megan Evershed | The New Republic | March 31, 2021 | 5,900 words
During the pandemic, men housed at the Lucerne hotel have seen the worst side of New York’s self-described liberals. They’ve also exposed a decades-long policy of neglect.
Mark Mann | Beside | March 29, 2021 | 2,102 words
“Overwhelmed in the classroom, Peter and David began taking long, slow walks around the neighbourhood together. In Peter’s unhurried pace and frequent pauses, they found a shared rhythm and a way of enjoying each other’s company.”
Jaelani Turner-Williams | Okayplayer | March 31, 2021 | 2,509 words
“Author Hanif Abdurraquib on his new book, A Little Devil in America, how current Black music is shaping the racial justice movement, his favorite A Tribe Called Quest albums, and more.”
Minelle Mahtani | The Walrus | March 24, 2021 | 3,100 words
“Not long after I started my job as a radio host, my mother told me she had tongue cancer.”
Kim Cross | Outside | March 15, 2021 | 3,550 words
“In her quest to master a quintessential cool-kid trick, a writer found the sweet spot at the crossroads of work and play.”