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Vaporized Alcohol Is Actually Pretty Good

Julie Palmer got the idea for the Vaportini—a device that vaporizes spirits—while traveling in Helsinki. A friend introduced her to the Finnish tradition of dumping vodka over the coals of a sauna,...

Pro Skier Julia Mancuso Has a Surfer’s Soul

Weeks before the start of the World Cup ski racing season, Julia Mancuso decided to go surfing. That’s not so unusual—Mancuso has long surfed during from her off-season base in Maui. This time,...

The Best Gifts for Foodies

In the 1780s, a partridge in a pear tree might have seemed like the ultimate foodie Christmas gift. But these days, we have real tidings of comfort and joy, like craft beer and hot sauce and...

American Craft Beer Goes Global

Hoping to create innovative beer flavors, brew master Alex Violette is jumping ship and opening Pasteur Street Brewing Company, an American-style craft brewery in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

The Ultimate Winter Bucket List

So you call yourself a skier, eh? Prove it. We’ve compiled a list of the 30 things every winter lover needs to do in a lifetime—from shredding iconic runs and exploring must-visit...

Caroline Gleich's Winter Favorites

From carving perilous lines in films such as Warren Miller’s …Like There’s No Tomorrow to teaching avalanche safety, designing gear, and starring on more than a few Ski magazine covers, Caroline...

Be a Holiday Hero. Bake a Walnut Bourbon Bacon Pie.

At the court of your family’s table, there are clear winners and losers. Your Paleo-obsessed cousin who always brings mashed cauliflower? Loser. This year, win Thanksgiving with this bacon-fat...

Should USA Swimming Go Down?

A conversation with Irvin Muchnick and Tim Joyce, journalists who have spent years documenting the horrible story of sexually abusive swim coaches—and dogging a national governing body that they...

Kill Your Deer and Eat it, Too

Despite America’s booming deer population, finding locally sourced venison isn’t easy. The American farm-raised venison industry is small, but also a 100-year-old law called The Lacey Act means local...

How to Harness the Spirit of Shackleton—Today

Kate Harris is an adventurer with a penchant for tiptoeing across national borders. She shares what it means to shape the world while you explore it–and how you can do it yourself.

The Green Hills of Cunningham

If courage is grace under fire, as Hemingway once wrote, then Sandy Cunningham is as courageous as they come. From a childhood in war-torn Rhodesia to living in a tent in Kenyan lion country, the...