A profile of the singer-songwriter.
To understand the state’s urban-rural divide, start by looking at Yamhill County’s proposed walking trail.
America’s most fearless satirist has seen his wildest fictions become reality.
Can face-to-face meetings between a victim and an abuser—a form of restorative justice—help a society overwhelmed with bad behavior?
On the early NBA days of the league’s newest champion.
Robert McKee is an author and screenwriting lecturer. His new book is Character: The Art of Role and Cast Design for Page, Stage, and Screen.
”When I’m in conversation with others, I’m always aware—or sensitive, at least—to what they’re really thinking and feeling. And writers must have that. They can’t possibly create excellent nonfiction or fiction if they’re not aware of what is going on inside of other people, really, even subconsciously, while they go about saying whatever they do consciously in the world. Because if you just recorded the surface, if you were just paying attention to the surface, you’d be missing the whole show.”
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How a baby-faced CEO turned a Farmville clone into a massive Ponzi scheme.
Daniel Hale exposed the machinery of America’s clandestine warfare. Why did no one seem to care?
One man’s obsession with his miniature Christmas village.
A Canadian man won’t touch money, except to destroy it.