Lena Dunham joined David Remnick hours before her thirtieth-birthday party to face the angst of leaving her twenties behind. The New Yorker staff writer Evan Osnos asks a lifelong N.R.A. member and former gun dealer how the organization’s marketing squares up with reality. And we learn how it feels when your stepfather is mistaken for your brother, in a short story by Peter Cameron.
NOTE: Segments from this episode aired on May 26, and June 24, 2016
llustration by Daniel Zender