The New York Times Magazine – January 29, 2023 issue:
Now that college players are allowed to cut sponsorship deals, some of them are raking in the money — but at what cost to the rest?
In a time of strained capacity, the “hospital at home” movement is figuring out how to create an inpatient level of care anywhere.
Leery of Russian aggression, Europe’s economic giant is making a historic attempt to revitalize its armed forces. It has a long way to go.
– NYT Mag (December 11, 2022) The 10 Best Actors of 2022 – See a portfolio of this year’s Great Performers, including Michelle Yeoh, Daniel Kaluuya, Michelle Williams.
A Times Magazine-ProPublica investigation reveals how the U.S. painstakingly built a case against a Mexican general suspected of links to organized crime — and then decided to let him go.
Photo illustration by Todd St. John.
@NYTMag – December 4, 2022 issue:
Entire forests and enormous factories running 24/7 can barely keep up with demand. This is how the cardboard economy works.
It was the highest-grossing film in history, but for years it was remembered mainly for having been forgotten. Why?
The benefits of group (music) therapy.
Inside the November 13, 2022 issue:
Each catastrophe is a test of what kind of society we’ve built. And each recovery offers a chance, however fleeting, to build another.
Irpin was one of the first Ukrainian cities to be destroyed and liberated. Now it’s becoming a laboratory for rebuilding.
The Los Angeles River has been channeled, subdued, blighted. Could it serve Angelinos?
After a fire destroyed thousands of Indigenous artifacts, the curators of this Brazilian museum are adopting a radical new approach.
Doctors and midwives in blue states are working to get abortion pills into red states — setting the stage for a historic legal clash.
No greater challenge faces humanity than reducing emissions without backsliding into preindustrial poverty. One tiny country is leading the way.
Lydia Millet believes the natural world can help us become more human.
As he approaches 90, even brushes with death can’t keep him off the road — or dim a late-life creative burst.
Welcome to the era of the audio meme, a time when replicable units of sound are a cultural currency as strong as — if not stronger than — images and text.
The Taliban’s Dangerous Collision Course With the West
After barring girls from high school — and harboring an Al-Qaeda leader — the regime now risks jeopardizing the billions of dollars of global aid that still keeps Afghans alive.
Economic devastation looms across the Caribbean, which is facing a future of climate crisis and spiraling debt. Mia Mottley, the first woman to lead Barbados, is fighting to end this fiscal spiral — and ensure her country’s survival,
In this issue, Kim Tingley on the quest to make the most of our body clocks with “circadian medicine”; Virginia Eubanks on her partner’s PTSD and her struggle as a caregiver; Mark Binelli on Yuval Sharon, the most visionary opera director of his generation; Jake Bittle on the restaurateur who changed America’s energy industry; and more.