The Sunday Reader
The Allman Brothers, Leaving Social Media, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Frank Lloyd Wright, and The Trafficker

NL Notes:
  by Cameron Crowe
 20+ mins
Retro, Famous Read: The Allman Brothers Story (This is the Article That Inspired Almost Famous)
Written by then 16 year-old Cameron Crowe, he follows the band to document how Gregg Allman kept going after his brother Duane's untimely death. RIP Gregg Allman.

  by Christie Aschwanden
 5 mins
Leaving Social Media Taught Me How Broken the News Cycle Is 
We're kind of on an anti-social media kick this week if you haven't noticed.

  by F. Scott Fitzgerald
 20+ mins
Super Retro: The Crack-Up
F. Scott Fitzgerald's three-part essay series, published in Esquire in 1936, about the pressures of fame.
 by Amy Azzarito
 20+ mins
How Today's Designers are Influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright's Principles
How the world famous architect's work lays an imprint on everything from textiles to graphic design, to furniture.

 by Patrick Radden Keefe
  20+ mins 
The Trafficker
A decades long battle to capture an international arms broker.

How I Built This: 5-Hour Energy

After living as a monk in India and running a plastics company in Florida, Manoj Bhargava decided to launch something new... 5 Hour Energy. He's now a billionaire and has pledged 99% of his wealth to charity.