Mary Turner is the deputy editor of Outside. Before joining the Outside team, she worked in New York at Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, and Allure. She lives in Santa Fe.
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Photojournalist, Erin Trieb travels the world, documenting some of the hardest topics.
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Outside correspondent Steven Rinella talks to his longtime editor, Mary Turner, about his new book (and TV show of the same name) Meat Eater, how he got started fishing and hunting, and why he’ll...
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Central America's best travel destinations, from fishing in Panama to surfing in Costa Rica and scuba diving in Honduras.
Seven surfers from Montauk, New York, give you the lowdown on one of the East Coast's premier surf towns.
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These five chefs from Colorado are realizing that there’s no better pairing than fine cuisine and high-altitude fun.
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