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"Normalize dying": a new wave of millennial morticians are overturning society's death taboo Document Journal Historically dominated by staunch traditionalists, the funeral industry is overdue for disruption

Inside the incelosphere, where the lonely get lonelier Document JournalSergeantIncel, founder of incels.co, joins Document to discuss the nuances of the internet's most despised subculture

Water sommelier Martin Riese will not be drinking LaCroix this summer Document Journal Meet the unlikely specialist making the case for boiling pasta in mineral water—and giving filtered water to your dog

Adam Green Will Never Grow Up Interview Magazine The Moldy Peaches frontman and self-proclaimed "Jewish James Dean" Adam Green discusses his straight-to-YouTube "Aladdin" film, digital musks, and dressing like Robin Hood

Can a pizza-making robot remedy restaurant disparities? Document Journal Robotics company Picnic seeks to better the situations of owners, workers, and consumers in the restaurant industry

The Resurrection of Abstract Mindstate Document Journal After a decade-long hiatus, Chicago’s legendary rap duo reunites for a new Kanye-produced record

“It’s Just Not Cool to Stick Up For Us": Hasidim Feel Villainized as City Cracks Down Bedford + Bowery
After months of media attention surrounding Hasidic resistance to social distancing guidelines, Brooklyn’s Hasidim fell under state-mandated lockdown orders that have sparked physical confrontations

Inside Chad Prather’s Echo Chamber of Delusion Medium Watching him perform, it’s easy to wonder who the real Prather is: a retrograde far-right demagogue or a savvy social media connoisseur who understands how the Web can bring instant credibility to a shockingly wide variety of unconventional voices