Sunday Morning Coffee Reads, Vol. 191

From the story of an artist who worked his way into the contours of Detroit to the rich history of New York City's oyster bars, this week's Sunday Morning Coffee Reads has it all. Pour your coffee, grab a comfy seat and enjoy the reads. 

1. Charles McGee’s Vibrant Art and the Beauty of Detroit

By Morgan Meis | The New Yorker | 7 mins

Detroit Street Art

2. I Dropped Out Of High School — And I’m Doing Just Fine

By Tasbeeh Herwees | Good.Is | 6 mins

High school dropout is doing just fine

3. Tennessee Williams’ Catastrophe of Success

By Tennessee Williams | New School History | 11 mins

Tennessee Williams on the loneliness of fame

4. Is Linguistics a Science? 

By Sally Davies | Aeon | 15 mins

Is language an art or a science?

5. New York's History on the Half Shell 

By Fiona Zublin | Ozy | 5 mins

New York Oysters