SOURCE: New York Times
Goodbye to the Cult of SoulCycle
by Natalia Mehlman Petrzela
The attachment of deep spiritual meaning to commercialized exercise brands creates a climate ripe for abuse and exploitation, writes a historian of fitness culture.
The Long Golden Age of Useless, American Crap
by Wendy A. Woloson
Consuming habits encouraged by business and embraced by average Americans make crappy stuff part of the American way of life. While decrying waste, the author argues it's important to recognize that cheap goods allow Americans of modest means to participate in the national lifestyle.
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