The culture of routine mass shooting calls for not only new legislation, but also an entirely new mindset prioritizing certain rights over others.
As membrane after membrane fails to react, the inherent risk and patience demanded by a research career becomes more evident.
After his own thorough research process, Jonas Trostle of The Brewer’s Table gives his take on the Central Park Five case, by cross-comparing statements made in Fairstein’s op-ed to the case documents available in the public record.
A photographer finds beauty and belonging in her ancestral town of Fujian, as she ventures from her bustling city home in Shanghai.
A volunteer discovers that soup kitchens in the vibrant food city of Barcelona—and worldwide—are forced to prioritize immediate need over balanced nutrition.
Reporting from Governors Ball earlier this summer, The Brewer’s Table had a chance to chat with the idiosyncratic genre blenders.
Searching for the ever-enigmatic garage rockers in a Tokyo guitar store proves a circular journey, leading a fan to the source of her love.
After a series of debates marked by division, writers at The Brewer’s Table offer their own unique takes about the action that played out on stage.
What if the former VP found his way back to the White House? In a game of hypotheticals, Jesse Horowitz foresees a Biden presidency that could ultimately damage the Democratic Party—and the Hill as a whole.
On the subway at 6 p.m., when tired workers are expected to plug-in and zone out, one charismatic persona is brave enough to say hello.