Summer is starting to come to a close. Suggestions here on how to spend these waning days.
Also, the latest novel from Pulitzer Prize winner Colson Whitehead.
And a handy way to identify the world around you.
Plus a steak made for salads, a new podcast from Shirley Manson, and why you should pick up a brush.
Plus, Prince shares the original versions of hit songs he wrote for others. He wrote songs for more than you’d guess.
A super easy weeknight dinner, and a reason to take a new look at how you spend your time.
This week’s Reset brought to you by The National. Mostly.
Plus one of the finest films of the 1980s. Here’s to the weekend.
Listen. Watch. Read. A celebration of women musicians of now and then.
Sun’s out (hopefully). Time to open up the windows, let some fresh air in, and get intentional with your weekend.
And why a couple new friends at home are a good idea.
All the makings for a delicious, intriguing and creepy weekend.
Plan for the future with your favorite accessory.
Dogs and Octopuses and a crooner also on deck this week.
A coddle, some poetry, a party drink, music, and a good scare make for a fun St. Paddy’s day weekend.
It’s time to start thinking about Spring eats.
Why you should find/start a bookclub and why it matters.
Plus the case for taking pen to paper. Short answer: it helps things stick, while everything else kinda doesn’t.
LCD Soundsystem blast the cold away with a white-hot new live album.
And Boots Riley’s very funny, very dark take on America in 2019.