“Litefeet” Has Become A Symbol Of New York City. This Subway Dancer Is Keeping The Legacy Alive.
In an illustrated essay, Molly Crabapple talks to Sony Jayy, one of the many New York City hip-hop dancers behind “showtime” on the New York City Subway.
This Is What It's Like When Your Home Is A War Zone
"I woke up and the city was theirs." (An excerpt from Brothers of the Gun: A Memoir of the Syrian Civil War by Marwan Hisham and Molly Crabapple.)
How One Small Town In Puerto Rico Found Food And Community After Maria
I visited the village of Mariana, where two friends have brought the community together to cook for and support each other in the wake of the hurricane.
Martin Shkreli's Trial Was Just As Bizarre As You Might Expect
"Make me some money, Marty."
Read This Short Story About A Famous Persian Poet Returning From The Dead
In the short story “The Accused,” by master storyteller Zakaria Tamer, translated from Arabic and illustrated by Molly Crabapple, the poet Omar Khayyám is brought back from the grave to defend himself in court.
Riot Square Sanctificare
Beautiful women become victims of political conflict and their images become sainted.