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He Was Rick James, Bitch

Jason Zinoman investigates the art and life of Dave Chappelle—and why the comedian's blowup made perfect sense.

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The Not-So-Great Plains

Rachel Corbett digs into a mysterious murder-suicide—and into her vexed relationship with Iowa, her home state.

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Making a Scene

In his new Kindle Single, journalist Craig Fehrman describes the symbiotic relationship of a band and its home town.

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Win One for the Biographer

Author Jim Lefebvre relates the legacy of Notre Dame coach Knute Rockne—and it's a lot more than just a speech.

Sports

When the Sons of Eddie Break Through the Line

Sam Freedman's new book revisits the incredible 1967 football season when the players and coaches of Florida A&M and Grambling battled for supremacy on the football field and equality off of it.

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Where the Players Rule

Professor Daniel Gilbert explains the source of the MLBPA's considerable power—its stars.

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NASA and the Case of the Slowing Satellite

In his new Kindle Single, science writer Konstantin Kakaes tackles a confounding mystery of the cosmos.

Sports

The Days of Awe and Baseball

Howard Megdal ranks all the Jews in MLB history in The Baseball Talmud.

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Choosing the Chosen Jocks

Marc Tracy discusses how the figures of varying athletic abilities in the book Jewish Jocks were selected.

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Creating Order from Soccer's Chaos

David Sally and Chris Anderson use advanced analytics to poke, prod, and disrupt thinking about how soccer works.

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