The sixth issue of Josh Neufeld’s solo title, featuring stories on the “Steele Dossier,” costumed characters in Times Square, why we break our stuff accidentally-on-purpose, and much more.
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lot has changed in this country — and the world — since the last issue of The Vagabonds, so it’s only fitting that this issue features a Donald Trump story. An explainer on the former British spy Christopher Steele’s “dossier” remains surprisingly relevant, as special counsel Robert Mueller seems to be using the memos as a “road map” for his investigation into collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. This issue’s longest story looks into the influx of costumed characters into New York’s Times Square. The piece explores the phenomenon of all these unlicensed Elmos, Spider-Men, and Minnie Mice, and why are they there. Do you often find yourself losing or breaking your old phone just when a new model reaches stores? Well, you’re not alone… “Why We Break Our Stuff Accidentally-on-Purpose” shows how researchers were able to get test subjects to replicate this risky, self-destructive behavior. The issue closes out with a couple of shorter pieces, including a collaboration with acclaimed artist Martha Rosler.
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