Sophia Danenberg was the first black woman to sit on top of the world and nobody noticed.
by Jeffrey Felshman | Jul 13, 2006
Experience is supposed to be a great teacher. So what do you learn from being crushed by an elevator?
by Jeffrey Felshman | Dec 2, 1993
Armed with gum tack and verse, Sid Yiddish is turning public bathrooms into alternative spaces for reflection.
by Jeffrey Felshman | Aug 21, 2008
Tamms supermax prison was built to punish disruptive inmates with temporary solitary confinement. Yet Reginald Berry spent the better part of eight years there—and he was luckier than many.
by Jeffrey Felshman | Apr 24, 2008
Ex-journalist Donald Evans turns his stint as a gambler and bookie into a debut novel.
by Jeffrey Felshman | Feb 8, 2007
by Jeffrey Felshman | Jan 4, 2007
A public defender tries to dump a job where he'd have to call a sitting judge a liar.
by Jeffrey Felshman | Dec 7, 2006
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