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[Illustrations by Haejin Park] This series, The Absolute Worst Thing My Dog Ever Ate, is made possible by Ollie, which delivers freshly made food with healthy, human-grade ingredients tailored to your dog’s unique nutritional needs (basically, the absolute best thing… Continue Reading
[Photos by Daniel Krieger] Every year, roughly 80,000 travelers from at least ninety countries pass through the doors of HI New York City, the largest hostel in the Americas. Each week, Narratively’s Daniel Krieger will spend a few hours in the… Continue Reading
When Tom became sick in the winter of 2003, we revisited the subject of quantum entanglement. It was early winter, and we sat in his small, comically messy apartment in Toronto, surrounded by jagged lightning-bolt towers of piled books. Dead… Continue Reading
At The Walrus, Kevin Patterson writes on how his fraternal twin brother embraced nerditry to navigate the homophobia of small-town Canada in the ’70s.
A nation is either strong or weak. A country is either bravely independent or cravenly beholden. You are either a follower of this school of thought or that one. Unlike many philosophers and politicians, the German polymath Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz… Continue Reading
From the footloose networker to the exiled migrant, home has been displaced by an idea that’s both elusive and contested By Charles Leadbeater Read at Aeon
[Illustration by Casey Roonan] On a spring afternoon in the late 1850s, an upbeat tune from a piano spills out from a curious brick house with a sky-blue chimney. A young lumberjack walking up Harlow Street in Bangor, Maine, stares… Continue Reading
In 1969, Donald Crowhurst fooled the world into believing he sailed around the globe.