Our November issue is out now!
Our writers hold no party line; their only allegiance is to clarity of thought, elegance of expression and independence of opinion.
Mary Kate Skehan works in book publishing and is a Spectator columnist.
Joshua Weissman champions the joys of home cooking to an uninitiated audience
By Mary Kate Skehan
Cooking for my family that night was typically chaotic
Perhaps the key to keto’s success is that it simply delays you from eating with prolonged meal prep
Cooking is a duty, a vocation and an adventure, requiring grace and wisdom as much as ingredients and recipes
She needs even her mixed-legacy departure to somehow be a feminist act
It turns out, you only know a place as well as you know its emergencies
Millennial chefs are phoning it in
The entrepreneurial spirit of Generation Z has become notorious
Science & Tech
Despite the much-anticipated ‘shot girl summer’, life hasn’t snapped back to normal
Children and families are the hottest topics in politics — and I can’t help but feel left out
Our logo is a bald eagle with a baseball clutched improbably in its beak
We should aspire to a better quality of family argument
Me, I’m a Sheetz girl. My first date was at a Sheetz
I’m hopeful about the current self-help trends
Attention-shy couples can elope guilt-free, while bridezillas get to be bossier than ever
Tales from the ER
Mary Kate Skehan
My role in our demographic disaster
Is the truth about burn pits too toxic?
How to fight with your family
Sheryl Sandberg leans out
Thought-provoking commentary and opinion on politics, books and the arts.