The Lust in the Heart of Rolling Stone—Spencer Kornhaber reads a new book that describes Jann Wenner’s “jovial sexual harassment” and other forms of self-gratification as the editor deals with accusations of trading work for sex.
Frontiers of Sports
The NFL Is Making Colin Kaepernick’s Collusion Case for Him—Robert O’Connell posits that as weeks pass and league-wide quarterback play worsens, the athlete-turned-activist’s continued absence on Sundays is becoming impossible to rationalize.
Vince Carter and the Slam Dunk’s Day of Reckoning—Sam Riches notes that after 20 years in the NBA, the most influential dunker of all time is winding down his career and the game is preparing for a new era of high-flyers.
How Will the Oscars Reflect This Moment in Hollywood?—David Sims looks at how the Best Picture race could see another surprise winner following Moonlight’s triumph earlier this year.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Is an Absolute Marvel—Christopher Orr calls the writer-director Martin McDonagh’s latest one of the best films of the year.
A Cheerful Facade Can’t Save Justice League—David Sims dislikes the latest installment in the DC Comics universe, which suffers from trying to do way too much, too quickly.