James Marcus writes a personal essay about his divorce and contending with his and his son’s disillusionment among the rides at Disneyland.
Carly Simon recalls a trip to see “Bugsy” with her friend Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, adapted from her book “Touched by the Sun: My Friendship with Jackie.”
Mike Mariani reports on people with chronic-fatigue syndrome who moved to Incline Village, Nevada, the only place in the U.S. where they could join a trial for a drug called Ampligen, which mitigates C.F.S. symptoms for many patients.
Jon Michaud writes a personal essay about the premature birth of his second child.
Sarah M. Broom writes on a year living in the French Quarter of New Orleans, six years after Hurricane Katrina, on growing up in New Orleans East, and on the identity that the neighborhood represents.