Good stuff on the internet
An occasionally updated list
ProPublica: "Investigative journalism with moral force"
John Moore: Photographer, witness to history, mensch
Brooklyn Fishing Club: Uniting urban anglers everywhere
Judy Holliday on What's My Line?
Daryl Davis: A black musician who "converts" racists
Natalie Angier: Science writer
The great dance scene from Spike Lee's "BlacKKKlansman"
Theodore Roethke: American poet
Joe Donnelly: LA-based writer, editor, starter, finisher
Voyager's Golden Record: A time capsule "intended to communicate a story of our world to extraterrestrials"
JaneGoodall.org: "She blazed the trail."
The charming weirdness of twisted bi-layer graphene: An excellent article on a "magic" material
"Death of a Pig": A 1948 essay by E.B. White that somehow gets better with age
Bill Ray: Late, great LIFE magazine photographer and raconteur
Esquire Classic: From a vast archive, Alex Belth's selection of stories "that reflect what's going on now"
Bonus Belth! Bronx Banter: Alex's excellent, long-lived blog
Paul Goldberger: Pulitzer-winning architecture critic
Seamus Heaney recites his poem, "Whatever You Say, Say Nothing"
Creamsicle Blue: An unsentimental, impressionistic gem from Mike DeCapite
The Nature Conservancy: Fighting the good fight
Carl Zimmer's thoughtful advice for beginning writers
"Starry Night": A Jean-François Millet painting that might have inspired Van Gogh's swirly masterpiece