The Daily Beast’s Best Longreads, Dec 22-28, 2014
Autism and Jail. The Stanford class of 1994. And can AIDS be cured? he Daily Beast picks the best journalism from around the web this week.
Autistic and Searching for a Home By Genna Buck, Maisonneuve MagazineBetween jail and the hospital, Savannah Shannon’s life is in limbo.
Can AIDS Be Cured? By Jerome Groopman, New YorkerResearchers get closer to outwitting a killer.
What Happened To Director Martin BrestBy Matt Patches, PlayboyHe directed Beverly Hills Cop, Midnight Run and, yes, Gigli. Then he vanished. Why?
A Brand New World In Which Men RuledBy Jodi Kantor, New York TimesInstead of narrowing gender gaps, the technology industry created vast new ones for Stanford University’s pioneering class of 1994.
In The Arms Of A StrangerBy James Purtill, ABCIn an emergency, would you hand your child over to a stranger you met at a barbecue?
Nerd CruiseBy Adam Rogers, WiredWhat 800 Nerds on a Cruise Ship Taught Me About Life, the Universe, and Snorkeling.