Things have gotten crazy violent in the dark, dense forests of California’s Mendocino County, where pot growers from Mexico run elaborate plantations they’ll defend to the death. Damon Tabor saddles up with Sheriff Tom Allman, head of a helicopter-riding, rifle-toting paramilitary strike force determined to take back the woods.
Ride along as an international group of up-for-anything clients gets schooled on tourism's wildest frontier: Afghanistan.
It's not enough to be at the forefront. In an era when everything has supposedly been done, these adventure icons ignore convention, court risk, and let their passion lead the way.
Jack Johnson’s electrified new album, Sleep Through the Static (out February 5), sees the laid-back beach troubadour getting a little fired up—and tapping into surf rock’s high-energy legacy. It’s the latest reinvigorating jolt to the once flailing genre, which has seen a steady resurgence since the dire days of “Kokomo.&rdq