I liked so many things this week. Here they are, in no particular order:
“Into the Trenches in Red and Blue” by Adam Hochschild (New York Review of Books
A review of a book of WWI color photography. Includes some very pretty pictures.
“The Reinvention of Taylor Swift” by Josh Eells (Rolling Stone)
A very interesting (I thought) profile of Taylor Swift.
“Not Like Most Girls” by Anna Fitzpatrick (The Hairpin)
“I’m not like most girls. I’m three kids in a trench coat.”
“If I Knew You Were the One” by Richard Twice
“42 Crosby Street, New York City” by John Herrman (The Awl)
A history in newspaper articles.
“The Death of Adulthood in American Culture” by A.O. Scott (New York Times)
The title pretty much explains what it’s about.
“If Pokemon Were Named By British People” by Robin Edds (Buzzfeed)
My brother Dayton’s standup performance from last week.
There are 3 videos. This is just the first one.
“Call Across Rooms” by Grouper