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The Hendrix of the Sahara
Written by David Kushner, Esquire
December 23rd, 2019
The Tuareg rocker, Mdou Moctar, was never meant to play guitar. Despite the odds, he managed to make a name for himself, star in an homage to Prince's Purple Rain—and create one of the best rock albums of the year.
Total Immersion: Can Video Games Replace the Outdoors?
Written by David Kushner, Outside
October 9th, 2019
Maybe not in our hearts, but certainly in our brains. Plus, they can make you love the indoors far too much—which is why there’s now a full-fledged, woodsy rehab center for joystick addicts who need a soothing pathway back to a normal life.
Neuro Force
Written by David Kushner, Esquire
April 2nd, 2019
Six years ago, three former Mossad agents launched an experimental Israeli Army program to recruit those on the autism spectrum, harnessing their unique aptitudes—their "superpowers," as one soldier puts it.