>JFK’S LAST HUNDRED DAYS
by Thurston Clarke
The noted historian makes the case that JFK, who had just lost his infant son, was on the verge of vast achievement before his assassination.
TURN AROUND BRIGHT EYES
by Rob Sheffield
The widower and Rolling Stone contributor (Love Is a Mix Tape) finds love again with an astrophysicist who shares his karaoke obsession.
THE END OF THE SUBURBS
by Leigh Gallagher
Bye-bye, picket fences? Journalist Gallagher reveals the societal and economic shifts diminishing the hold of the once-dominant American Dream.