What We’ve Been Reading: The Links

Here’s a selection of some of the stories and headlines that have caught our attention over the last week. From remembering what you’ve been reading to Trump’s millions and everything in between, here are the links.

Time to cancel all of your plans, Making a Murderer Season 2 is finally upon us. If you’ve not seen the trailer, watch it here (In Touch) Read More

Fancy becoming a cowboy or maybe a lumberjack? Turns out there’s a whole host of characters on offer in this Autumns menswear stakes (The Guardian) Read More

Tupac Shakur is alive and well and unsurprisingly he’s living in Malaysia, all of this makes sense (Fox News) Read More

22-year-old Otis retains his title as the fattest bear in the Katmai National Park, as tons of bears scoff an all you can eat salmon buffet ready for hibernation season (Outside) Read More

Liverpool youngster Trent Alexander Arnold takes on the World Chess Champion and gives a pretty good account of himself (The Independent) Read More

Thankfully there’s a scientific way to remember what you’ve just been reading, hopefully, they’ll come up with a way to remember where the house keys are (Inc) Read More

The Interviews

Tax dodging, scheming, and apparent outright fraud, The New York Times investigation into Donald Trump’s fortune laid bare (The New York Times) Read More

The 2019 nominees for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame are a mixed bag (Pitchfork) Read More

The greatest horror movie of all time John Carpenter’s Halloween has had a slick reboot but does it deliver the necessary quota of sheer terror, it’s a big mask to fill (The New Yorker) Read More

Check out Stephen King’s 20 rules for aspiring writers, might as well learn from the best (Open Culture) Read More

Can you smell what the Rock is cooking? A hell of a lot actually, Dwayne Johnson’s cheat day eating habits are off the charts, you’d need Einstein to count these calories (Men’s Health) Read More

A NASA balloon mission has captured footage of some mysterious electric blue clouds on the edge of the earth’s atmosphere (NASA) Read More

Black filmmakers and actors have experiences and opportunities rarely afforded their predecessors, but what are the most significant moments in black cinema history (BBC Arts) Read More

An absolute legend and one of England’s greatest sporting coach’s steps down in fitting fashion (The Independent) Read More

Running and drinking beer sounds like a bad mix, but the beer mile has gone bro-ish banter to a competitive sporting endeavour. What next? (The Ringer) Read More