Mike Schur’s How to Be Perfect, a humorous meditation on ethics, grew out of his work on the TV show The Good Place. Above: Schur on the show’s set
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A humorous guide to ethics and philosophy, from the sitcom creator
Cappucci as a tornado carved through Lockett, Texas, on April 23, 2021. Hail shattered his windshield minutes later.
Photograph by Allen Chang
All images courtesy of Matthew Cappucci
The Harvard graduate is the fastest-rising star in weather.
The moderator in the middle, as Donald Trump defines “debate” to mean “brawl” in his first face-off with Joe Biden, Cleveland, last September 29.
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Chris Wallace has “the toughest job of any television journalist.”
Jeff Schaffer (in the center) on the set of Curb Your Enthusiasm with its star, Larry David, and fellow cast members
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TV writer and producer Jeff Schaffer on how to be funny
Beds were set up for Spanish flu patients outside the Harvard-affiliated Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in 1918.
Photograph courtesy of the Brigham and Women's Hospital Archives
Fall semester interrupted, a century ago
Photograph by Bridget Badore
Comedian Karen Chee finds her voice.
The cast of The Hot Wing King
Photograph by Monique Carboni
Playwright Katori Hall on the joy—and trauma—of black life
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