"Pursuits": The perfect urban vignette, about young love, and older love.
"Will Play for Food": Harlan Coben puts the smackdab on snacktime.
"The [Northern Forest] canoe trail, which some have compared to the Appalachian Trail, is more closely akin to the Boundary Waters of Minnesota, the Everglades Wilderness Waterway in Florida or the Maine Island Trail for kayakers. As such, it may be the most important thing to happen to the northern eco-tourism trade since the invention of gorp." *droooool*
"George Pelecanos Dreams of Literary and Commercial Success". A profile and review of my favorite mystery writer's best thriller so far.
"A Slight Change In Habits Could Lull You to Sleep". Just what the title says: these solutions will seem like no-brainers once you've read them. Try them before you throw down for the pricey sleep clinic or the CPAP machine.
"THERE is no such thing as a 'Christian politics.' If it is a politics, it cannot be Christian. ... Jesus brought no political message or program."
"The Modern Hunter-Gatherer": Michael Pollan goes hunting.
"Atheism is a European legacy worth fighting for, not least because it creates a safe public space for believers." I may or may not agree, but it's a fascinating argument.
"It's time that most of us learned to stop worrying and love the bursting [real estate] bubble."
I tried logging out and testing these links, and they all worked, although some required a couple of extra clicks. Let me know how it works for you.