Got a friend crush? You know: that cool girl from yoga or the next department over, who seems really cool, but who you don’t really know. How do you tell her you’d like to hang out with her more often—without totally creeping her out? Just follow these rules.
This week, read a heartbreaking supernatural thriller by one of our own columnists, debate the creation of the male birth control pill, check out a current events quiz podcast, and revisit an American classic.
This week, read a modern piece that defies genre, celebrate the Olympic success of American woman, get poetic on a podcast, and pick up an old high school classic.
Summer may be drawing closer to its end, but for now, it’s still all about 90-degree days, iced coffees, and trips to the beach—complete with lighthearted, fun beach reading. Check out these suggestions for your end-of-summer seashore sojourns.
In honor of the Olympics, this week’s subway reading is all about sports. Go behind the scenes into the hard life of an elite gymnast, read up on the history of Title IX, devour an epic tale of a kid who was saved by the boxing ring, and catch some quick recaps of the Games.
This week is all about easy-to-enjoy history—from a huge tome of historical fiction and a history that reads like fiction to a cool history feature in the New York Times and a podcast that lends context to today’s current events.