– 23 Feb-2 Mar 2015 – the 90th anniversary issue
- 9 decades of the magazine summarized
- 1st decade 1925-1935
- The cabaret beat
- Brother from another mother – by the wonderful Zadie Smith
- Last Girl in Larchmont
– 3 Aug 2015 issue
- Dept. of hoopla: Chum
- Underworld. How the Sinaloa drug cartel digs its tunnel
- The Children of Strangers. Sue and Hector Badeau adopted twenty children who needed a home – but there were always more
– 24 Aug 2015 issue – 10 years after Katrina
- Starting over – by Malcolm Gladwell. Many Katrina victims left New Orleans for good. What can we learn from them?
- Leaving a dysfunctional urban neighborhood can transform a family’s prospects
– 21 Sep 2015 – The Style Issue
- Dept. of preparedness Papal Jam
- The financial page – The comeback conundrum
- The Iman’s Curse – A family accused of financing terrorism. Did the “thing” mentioned on the wiretaps really refer to money for the Taliban?
- The Sphinx next door – The Julianne Moore paradox
- Assets and liabilities – the mobster Whitey Bulger secretly worked for the FBI, or was it the other way around?
- Be Mine – the rise of the bite-sized romantic comedy
– 5 Oct 2015 – The Univision Star Who Stood up to Trump
- Accounting for Taste – How neuroscience (& packaging) can make food more flavorful
- Freedom from fries – Can fast food be good for you?
– 23 Nov 2015 – The Tech Issue
- Helping hand – Robots, video games, and a radical new approach to treating stroke patients
- The doomsday invention – Nick Bostrom asks, Will we engineer our own extinction? Will artificial intelligence bring us utopia or destruction?
- Unfollow – How a prized daughter of the Westboro Baptist Church came to question its beliefs
- Sickness and health: Stages of life in “Getting On” and “Master of None” TV shows