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‘Only Murders in the Building,’ Shirley Hazzard, and a whimsical TV musical

Fiction by Colson Whitehead, a Tokyo 2020 video game, and a fascinating history of coyotes

The country singer-songwriter talks to Outside about the restorative power of nature, the unexpected blessings of quarantine, and the origins of his album ‘Country Again: Side A’

This season’s best new podcasts include a thoughtful true-crime show set in Malibu and a history of climbing hosted by Alex Honnold

‘The Good Lord Bird,’ Mary Ruefle, and a podcast that breaks down the Olivia Rodrigo power ballad ‘Driver’s License’

‘The Good Place,’ a UN ambassador’s memoir, and a new true-crime podcast were just some of our favorites this month

These are athletes' and explorers' most memorable days in the wild and hard-won lessons they learned

From a look at modern ghost towns to a documentary musical, these shows have something for everyone

Host Laura Borichevsky fearlessly goes where no man has gone before

In an extended interview for the Outside Podcast, the CEO talks about the ways technology can help us lead healthier lives and the benefits we get from ignoring our screens

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

These fascinating shows offer a behind-the-scenes look at conservation battles and youth climate activism

The books, movies, podcasts, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

Tracy Beth Høeg, accomplished ultra runner, MD and researcher talks about how COVID-19 affects runners, bone health, vision loss and hallucinations during ultras, the menstrual cycle and more.

A serious exploration of a topic that a lot of people don't take seriously

The books, movies, podcasts, and music that our editors couldn't stop talking about

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

Scientists and runners Matt Laye and Greg Grosicki delve into how the gut microbiome affects performance and how to optimize it.

From humble jellyfish anecdotes to straightforward self-help, three new titles offer resonant takeaways for these worrisome times

Exercise physiologist Shawn Bearden discusses pacing, training zones, the importance of judging effort and other aspects of his research into marathon and ultra running.

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn’t stop talking about

With the coronavirus bringing global travel to a halt, take this time to pare down your dream destinations to the ones that really matter to you

Because travel is also a state of mind. Here are the movies, books, podcasts, online courses, and virtual tours to get your wanderlust fix from your couch.

Boomtown and Drilled tackle climate change and oil and gas extraction from different angles

Being prepared with go-to gear is the best way to ensure you get the most out of your treadmill workout—and enjoy it!

As former columnist Heather Hansman passes the torch to Erin Berger, the two share their strongest takes on outdoor media and culture

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn’t stop talking about

The empathetic host and vegan ultra-athlete shares his long personal journey and many hard lessons learned

A new miniseries from the podcast Threshold explores the controversy surrounding one of the our most contested pieces of public land by meeting the people who live off it

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

Behind the headlines about the return of great whites to Cape Cod is a story about how we're learning to live alongside a terrifying predator

Why one California couple chose to stand and fight an inferno

In his new book, Range, author David Epstein makes a strong case against specialization in sports and life

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

The conservation icon talks about the surprising history of grizzlies in America and what comes next

Hydrating is supposed to make us healthier and more vibrant. But how much is too much?

When Mirna Valerio first began running ultramarathons, she immediately got a lot of attention—but not for the reasons you might expect

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

Journalist Rowan Jacobsen discusses his controversial feature suggesting we need to reconsider our relationship with the sun and sunscreen

Fifteen classics of the genre that share campfire tales, athlete interviews, and the occasional Bigfoot search

Why two bombings that rocked the tiny town of Panaca, Nevada, help us understand who really owns public lands in the West

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

Skylights, a show run by wilderness therapists, talks about nature-oriented approaches to topics like gaming addiction, parenting, and isolation

'This Land' tells the story of an ongoing case with big stakes for tribal sovereignty

Don't let an overnight flight stop you from arriving at your destination well rested and ready for adventure

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

After Kyle Dickman nearly died from a rattlesnake bite in Yosemite, he began a quest to understand what venom really does to us

The surprising answers to two critical questions that every adventurer has: What do you after you find buried treasure? And what can't duct tape fix?

The former Soviet special-forces instructor who introduced kettlebells to the U.S. talks strength training with Tim Ferriss

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

Two new podcasts are telling stories about climate and environmental change—and giving us a venue for considering the future

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

The host of the MeatEater podcast and Netflix series talks about the need for us all to unite forces and rally to protect public lands

The host of the podcast 'Wild Ideas Worth Living' will put out her 100th episode this spring. Here she tells how she got into the podcast business.

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

A playlist that both parents and children can enjoy.

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

Get workout tips, find new routes, or make the most of your rest days with these run apps

Doctors around the world have stopped prescribing underarm crutches to injured athletes. So why do we still use them in the U.S.?

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about

These sites will inform, entertain, and inspire the hell out of you, whether you're at your desk or on the train to Chamonix

There's a reason that some form of the Bigfoot legend persists all over the world

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about this month

If you live through a strike, the recovery can be a confounding, bizarre journey that never really ends

Our features editor sat down with author Nate Blakeslee to talk about his book, and you can listen in on their conversation

The books, movies, podcasts, music, and more that our editors couldn't stop talking about this month

Elizabeth Nakano and Paddy O'Connell, hosts of the new interview show 'Safety Third,' talk about their interviewing techniques and what they're listening to

Legendary gymnastics coach Christopher Sommer tells Tim Ferriss why all athletes benefit from a smarter approach to strength training

Everything our editors couldn't stop talking about this month

The books, movies, music, and podcasts we couldn't stop talking about

Evan Phillips climbed mountains until an injury took him out of the game. Now he pours his energy into making music and 'The Firn Line,' a podcast about the lives of climbers, artists, and adventurers.

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