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Past articles by Sari:

Why I’m Giving Myself Permission to Keep Writing at This Time

Our stories matter. And they are our legacies for future generations. (Plus: some free writing resources.) → Read More

Behind One of the Sketchiest Men, a Sketchy Woman

Moe Tkacik reveals the web of shadiness lurking behind WeWork's facade. → Read More

A Beloved Art Critic Sings His Swan Song

"Drink was destroying my life. Tobacco only shortens it, with the best parts over anyway." → Read More

Losing the Plot

Not planning for death is killing me. → Read More

The Art of the Pan

Sarah Miller recalls her days in the '90s as a fickle movie critic. → Read More

The Future is Female

A Teen Vogue series covers women getting involved in government at various levels. → Read More

My Puppy, Myself

Jason Diamond moves into a new apartment and adopts a dog that begins terrorizing his neighbors. → Read More

You Can’t ‘Never Forget’ the Holocaust if You Haven’t Learned About It

A new study shows that knowledge about the Holocaust is dangerously at an all-time low. → Read More

The Year of the Jumpsuit

A political art project calls for everyone to wear nondescript coveralls. → Read More

When Financial Privilege is Mistakenly Assumed

Lilly Dancyger speaks out about her humble upbringing. → Read More

Looking Back On the Last Housing Bubble From the Precipice of the Next One

A decade later, some homeowners still haven't recovered from the mortgage crisis of 2008. → Read More

Brendan Fraser’s #MeToo Moment

Actor Brendan Fraser reveals he was touched inappropriately — and says it's behind why he vanished from the scene for more than a decade. → Read More

The Gift Was Ours to Borrow

Essayist Leslie Jamison visits Zagreb's Museum of Broken Relationships. → Read More

Inadvertent Matchmaker Seeks a Love of Her Own

I was introducing all my friends, but had not idea how to be in a good relationship. → Read More

Lurve You? Or Loathe You?

Maybe Woody Allen's romantic comedies weren't terribly romantic after all. → Read More

Decisions, Decisions

Masha Gessen considers the nature of choice, for immigrants and trans people. → Read More

The Dangers of Renting While Black in Gentrifying Cities

Joseph Williams reports on the increasing vulnerability of renters like himself. → Read More

Reclaiming Our Rage

Here's to more women embracing their anger instead of defaulting to sadness. → Read More

Fast or Slow: What’s the Best Way to Die?

Sometimes death takes a torturously slow, scenic route. → Read More

How Are There Still Beauty Pageants When Feminists Have Been Protesting Them for 50 Years?

Roxane Gay considers the lasting impact of protests against the Miss America Pageant that took place half a century ago. → Read More