This week, we’re sharing stories from Paula Lavigne and Tom Junod, Lex Pryor, Sarah Treleaven, Zack Graham, and Laura Jedeed.
The incredible stories that exposed abuses of both power and people.
Six stories on the immediate and ongoing aftermath of the attacks that took place on September 11th, 2001.
Tom Junod wonders whether Fred Rogers’ unfailing belief in the goodness of others would help us in today’s climate.
Tom Junod remembers his friendship with Fred Rogers 16 years after Fred’s death and considers how Fred would have responded in today’s world, filled with regular mass violence and a growing lack of civility in political discourse and protest.
As a child, Tom Junod was his dad’s tout. He studied the gambling tip sheets for the only acceptable offering he could give his father: a line on a win.
Tom Junod reflects on his father’s gambling habit: “…he made people think he was a gangster when really he was just a mark.”
All the stories we’ve selected as number one in our weekly Top 5 newsletter.
A selection of 25 successful article-to-film adaptations that made it all the way to the box office.
The Gwyneth Paltrow of the NFL must be stopped.