‘How I Built This’: Whole Foods and John Mackey

In 1978, college dropout John Mackey scraped together $45,000 to open his first health food store, “Safer Way.” A few years later he co-founded Whole Foods Market — and launched an organic food revolution that helped change the way Americans…

SKIP DAY: Life in Florida After High School

Intimate glimpses of one very special day in the lives of high-school seniors from an industrial corner of the Florida Everglades: prom’s over, the future is uncertain, and the irresistible pull of the beach makes the long-time friends drive 60…

‘Slow Burn’: How Kacey Musgraves Made a Trippy Country Song

Kacey Musgraves took an acid trip and returned with the concept for “Slow Burn,” a song that set the tone for her genre-bending country album. Using FaceTime interviews, demos and doodles we show you how the track came together. (Source:…

Operation InfeKtion: How Russia Perfected the Art of War

Russia’s meddling in the United States’ elections is not a hoax. It’s the culmination of Moscow’s decades-long campaign to tear the West apart. “Operation InfeKtion” reveals the ways in which one of the Soviets’ central tactics — the promulgation of…

‘THE PRICE OF EVERYTHING’ Reveals the Perverse Business of Contemporary Art

By Gregory Crofton Director Nathaniel Kahn has made a film about the characters who drive the bizarre business models of the contemporary art industry. One of those characters is the man the photo above, Stefan Edlis, a retired Jewish businessman…

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