Slate Voice: “Santa Should Not Be a White Man Anymore”
Aisha Harris reads her piece on giving St. Nick a makeover.
We Were Doing It Wrong: The Very First Political GabfestWatch Emily, John, and David review their inaugural Gabfest from 2005.
Slate Voice: “If It Happened There,” Thanksgiving EditionJosh Keating reads his piece on America’s annual festival pilgrimage.
Slate Voice: “Discovering My Inner Sam Malone”Jordan Weissmann on what it takes to buy and run a bar.
What Happened at Slate This Week?The Gist’s Mike Pesca shares the stories that most intrigued him this past week.
The Slate Archives Podcast: “Extroverted Like Me” Looking back on my Paxil experience, more than 10 years later.
Slate Voice: “Does This Make Me Sound Insecure?”Listen to Katy Waldman read her most popular article from the month of July.
Who Cares What Happened at Slate This Week? David Plotz ignores weekly newsletter protocol, shares his favorite Slate reads of all time.
“If I Could Nail the Right First Sentence …”Editor David Plotz highlights some of his favorite Slate ledes.
Dear Prudence Talks Moms, Moms-in-Law, and MoreA Slate Plus exclusive: Listen to the Dear Prudence Mommy Dearest event, recorded live in Washington, D.C.
Mickey Kaus’ Favorite Slate StoryThe blogging pioneer remembers a 1999 satire of Kennedy remembrance.
Slate Voice: “No Reason for the Season”Torie Bosch reads her piece on the joy of celebrating a godless Christmas.
Slate Voice: “Stop Dressing Like a Slob When You’re Traveling”J. Bryan Lowder defends looking nice on a flight or train.
The Slate Archives Podcast: “My Husband’s Other Wife” June Thomas tells us about her favorite Slate piece.
What Happened at Slate This Week?Slate’s news editor Chad Lorenz shares the stories that most intrigued him this week.
What Happened at Slate This Week? A Lot.Senior writer Josh Voorhees shares the smartest and most insightful stories of the past week.
Slate Voice: “Where I’m From”Listen to Aisha Harris read one of her most popular articles from the month of July.
Slate Voice: “Watching the Couples Go By”Listen to David Plotz read his all-time favorite Slate essay.
Welcome to 1996. What Is This Newfangled Website, Slate?What to make of the “most relentlessly hyped product rollout since Windows 95.”
Nine Tweets and One SelfieSlate’s editor David Plotz and DoubleX founder Hanna Rosin gave a commencement speech together. Here’s what they said.