I am not a crook.

Reader staffers share stories that fascinate, amuse, or inspire us.

Hey, did you read:

• Thomas Mallon in the New Yorker on Richard Nixon? Steve Bogira

• That publications should intervene early and often in their stories’ comments sections—lest the conversation derail, leading readers to confuse trolls’ commentary with the story itself? (Of course, this debate might be worthless.) Mara Shalhoup

• That teachers fear that new standards will force them to choose between A Catcher in the Rye and Recommended Levels of Insulation? Tony Adler

• About the Iranian monkey in space? Ben Sachs

• At least a few journalists recalling that Ray Lewis, a focal point of the Super Bowl, was once entangled in a murder investigation? Mick Dumke

• The NYT on music streaming and artist royalties? —John Dunlevy

• That Amoeba Music has launched a “Vinyl Vaults” store on its website, making thousands of rare and out-of-print LPs, 78s, and 45s available for sale via download? Philip Montoro

• About the rare color photographs of Paris in the early 1900s? Julia Thiel