By Emily Eakin, Illustrations by Amy Friend
My grandmother bought her first island in 1952. It was eight acres in the shape of a meaty drumstick, a hunk of sunbaked granite off the eastern shore of the Georgian Bay, in southern Ontario.
Photography by Juan Herrero
How young entrepreneurs are transforming their nation, from the capital to the countryside.
By Jenny Odell
Those who complain about California from the outside tend to single out its hippies and bohemians. But when Californians complain about Californians, the eye-rolling is more frequently directed at a (supposedly) new class of slick and humorle [...]
By Kim Roberts
No, not insurance. What Imeant to say was “double identity,”
as in Boutros Boutros-Ghali,William Carlos Williams, Sirhan Sirhan,
By Mandy Redig
There was the patient, but instead of being surrounded by the surgical team, she was enveloped by the metal arms of a multi-million-dollar robot resembling a giant octopus.