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I’m newly sober and dog-paddling through the booze all around me. It’s summer, and Whole Foods has planted rosé throughout the store. Rosé…
Jul 26, 2016
Good Things Happen in Book Stores
Which is why we should spend more time in them
Walking on Water, and Other Ways Black People Escape Life on Land
A surfer challenges modern American narratives about black bodies, water, and freedom
Zaron Burnett III
Reflections on Having a Servant
What it’s like to live in a servant culture, and why Americans should care
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Mr. Perry, what's up with your issue with Black women?
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If you’re ready to admit you have a problem, a bunch of tech companies are ready to help you cut down on phone time.
Aretha Franklin’s Revolution
The soul singer was an architect of the civil-rights movement as much as a witness to it
Fortnite Is so Much More Than a Game
Teens have always created their own spaces to experiment, socialize, and indulge idle curiosity
Why I'll Never Trust the Church
My parents knew our priest was abusive. So why did they let me be an altar boy?