The Last Glimpses of California’s Vanishing Hippie Utopias. The ‘Melancholic Joy’ of Living in Our Brutal, Beautiful World.
“People who are just a few years older than I am can say exactly where they were when the twin towers fell. But I was only 3, and remember nothing about that day.”
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Looking back at 20 years of incredible journalism about 9/11, including on-the-ground reporting, oral histories, and personal essays about the day the world changed forever.
23 writers and five artists reflect on some of the less-obvious ways 9/11 altered our lives.
Some experts cautioned that the results from President Biden’s aggressive plan would take many weeks to unfold.
Half a century ago, a legion of idealists dropped out of society and went back to the land, creating a patchwork of utopian communes across Northern California. Here, the last of those rogue souls offer a glimpse of their otherworldly residences—and the tail end of a grand social experiment.
Beyond simple contentment or despair, there’s a ‘melancholic joy’ in looking, clear-eyed, at our brutal, beautiful world.
The author of the ground-breaking book Gender Trouble says we should not be surprised when the category of women expands to include trans women.
The pace of change is quickening even as Apple tries to stop it.
“Technologists with a single-minded focus on efficiency frequently take for granted that the goals they pursue are worth pursuing.”