Bourdain Confidential, by Maria Bustillos
The late Anthony Bourdain’s last long interview.
The Movie Assassin, by Sarah Miller
The truth about the film of The English Patient
Heaven or High Water, by Sarah Miller
The people trying to sell luxury real estate in Florida.
About Face, by Nate Powell
Neo-fascism, militarization and the clothing of men
Song for My Father, by Shuja Haider
The author’s father, a builder of better worlds, remembered
Pumping Ryan, by Maria Bustillos
A chat with the man who took those unbelievable photos of Paul Ryan at the gym.
The Ambien Diaries, by Shuja Haider
Meditations of a modern-day De Quincey
Eli Valley is Not Sorry, by Shuja Haider
Fortunately for us all.
The Center Held Just Fine, by Maria Bustillos
Joan Didion: objectionable
A Way Out, by Tarence Ray
The problem with philanthropy.
White Words, by Aaron Bady
On the subject of “many Eskimo words for snow”
Something Like Springtime, by Josh Roiland
Jonathan Richman moved to Maine.
A House for Mr. Soyinka, by Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún
A visit to the Nobel laureate’s place in Abẹ́òkuta
Do Things Matter? by Sarah Miller
They might not
In Praise of Defensive Football, by Yonatan Roz Portugali
Soccer is at its best when seemingly at its most boring.
Grandpa’s Beer, by Sarah Miller
American Legs, by Rosa Lyster
Without American legs, Cape Town may find itself unable to tell if it’s winter
It Was Like There Was a Fog in the Sky Only I Could See, by Ashoka Mukpo
US Immigration is deporting Africans who’ve lived all their lives in the US
The Why of Cooking, by Sarah Miller
You put the very core of yourself out there. Why?
The International Office
Five writers on five very different versions of The Office from five countries
The story of bananas is one of constant near-extinction.
A nation is the product of magical thinking.
As she watched them drive away, she thought: “That’s it. You will never see her again.”