My favourite articles at chess.com
The articles by IM Silman are of course fantastic: some people don't like the way he spices up his comments on games played by amateurs. That's all I'm looking for!
I am always reading what batgirl publishes: some stuff for beginners, historical background,...
On the more autobiographical side, living day by day with an international master, one has to mention IM David Pruess and IM Bryan Smith
Historical games selected by GM Serper.
An interesting introduction to the Traxler; cldg has not treated the most critical variations yet (Bxf7+). To be continued!
Chess960: the opening makes a comeback by IM Pruess