How non-profit hospitals use their tax-free status to line their pockets.
Rather than criticizing teenagers as lazy and in need of more control and structure, we should recognize the ways our culture infantilizes its teens. Kerry McDonald writes.
Political instability and government apathy have nearly extinguished the voice of Sufi music in India. Priyadarshini Sen writes.
Free Thing this week brings you one of the best releases from Netlabel Day 2019, a lovely acoustic album from Taker 51.
Our love is the size of these Comics on Sunday; our love is the size of this hospital room, you’re my hospital groom. The ring on my finger so tight it turns blue — a constant reminder I’ll die in this room, if you die in this room.
Ted Akimoto’s photos document the postwar occupation of Japan and Korea — and are free to use at Densho. Nevin Thompson writes.
An increasing number of people are refusing to leave their homes, even their rooms. Emma Young delves into the phenomenon of hikikomori.
Concluding a two-part survey, Omar Willey explores the use of photography and science as tools of ignorance.