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2013 National Magazine Awards Winners by Pamela Colloff, Chris Heath, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Mimi Swartz

On August 13, 1986, Michael Morton came home from work to discover that his wife had been brutally murdered in their bed. His nightmare had only …

The Biggest Week in Bourbontown

Eight generations of Louisvillians have led Michael Lindenberger to this week, this bar, this bourbon. Why not join him?<p>When the editors of the brand …

The Legend of Malacrianza

The sun has not risen yet over Garza, a tiny fishing village on Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula, but already there is movement. On one side of the town’s dirt road, the tide folds itself over the shore, and a monkey howls from behind the pink blossoms of a roble beech tree. On the eastern side, where …

Bobby McFerrin: Spirituals As Sung Prayers

Listen to Bobby McFerrin — onstage, warming up with his band — and it's like you're listening to an entire orchestra bubbling up through one man's body. He becomes a flute, a violin, a muted trumpet, a percussion instrument, a bird, you name it.<p><i>Spirityouall</i> is an album McFerrin says he's wanted to …

Easy Rawlins returns, and other new crime fiction worth a look

<b>Little Green</b><p><i>By Walter Mosley,</i> <i>Doubleday, 291 pages, $30</i><p>Only the very greatest of crime writers are able to provide the perfect character to evoke the heart and spirit of a place and time: Raymond Chandler's Marlowe in L.A., Robert B. Parker's Spenser in Boston, James Lee Burke's Dave Robicheaux in …

“It has been said of Ulysses that, were Dublin ever obliterated, the city could be substantially rebuilt by consulting its pages. Along these lines, if all Europe were, God forbid, laid waste tomorrow, one might do worse than attempt to recreate it, or at least to preserve some sense of its historical splendor and variety, by immersing oneself in the travel books of Patrick Leigh Fermor.” Part one of a visit with the British travel writer: http://tpr.ly/10WAFtv.

The Fastest Ride in History through the Heart of the Grand Canyon