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Timeless stories from our 172-year archive handpicked to speak to the news of the day.
From a 2018 study commissioned by the U.S. State Department to investigate claims that an auditory weapon was being deployed against American diplomats in Cuba. The study was published in…
From a previously unpublished journal entry by Allen Ginsberg, dated February 18–19, 1965, and collected in The Essential Ginsberg, which will be published next month by Harper Perennial. In 1965, Ginsberg accepted…
By Gary Indiana, from A Significant Loss of Human Life, one of twenty-two pamphlets published by Semiotext(e) for this year’s Whitney Biennial, which is currently on view at the Whitney…
Pinching pesos and dropping pounds in Havana
In Cuba, death waits (patiently) for the dictator
Castro’s “grandchildren” discover the glory of the dollar
Revisiting a city once again in history's straits