This week, we welcome a new player to the Next Issue catalog. Tap (+) within the app to add Maxim to your library, and start enjoying sports and style insights, the early word on new gadgets & toys, and of course the gorgeous starlets.
Get prepared for the first day of fall (next week!) with seasonal crafts from Chelsea Day of Someday I’ll Learn.
Chelsea says, “As a parent, my time to read is limited (and paper copies inevitably get shredded by one of my kids). Next Issue lets me catch a quick glimpse at what the rest of the world is up to while finding inspiration for tried-and-tested family fun.”
Also this week, check out some stick-to-your ribs fall foods, stories on Mother Nature at her finest, tips for healthy living, and a comprehensive look at the best shows on television.
Happy Reading and Happy Fall!
Next Issue Picks
Decadence and Delirium on the Gumball 3000
Supercars. Celebrities. Suspended licenses. Once a year, a frenzied multinational convoy of jaw-dropping exotic cars speeds and parties through two continents and five countries in just seven days. Ride shotgun with this read.
Fall TV Preview: Critics' Picks
A special double issue dedicated to fall TV and all the buzz on 125 shows. You’ll get a Sunday through Saturday (plus streaming) breakdown of what’s on and find out which six new shows the critics are in love with.
Everything We Think We Know About Mass Shooters Is Wrong
Are we helpless to stop mass shootings? Is anyone even trying? The good news is that the answers are No and Yes. The bad news: The person loading up hasn’t gotten the news.
The T&C Golden Compass
Want to dine in private on the Great Wall of China? Shop the secret stores of Florence? Swim with manta rays in the Maldives? Here, 27 extraordinary travel experiences and the people who can make them happen for you.
Taste of Autumn
Celebrate food, family and friends with a rustic feast as beautiful as it is delicious. Includes recipes for honey and herb turkey, four yummy sides, and apple crumble pie, along with eight pumpkin-centric centerpiece ideas.
New Ways to Roast
Chefs have astounding tricks that maximize the flavor of almost any roastable ingredient. Here, ingenious tips and delicious, easy recipes. Rub it, butter it, wrap it, and more.
Soup & Sandwich
Food Network stars give us their best soup and sandwich combos for fall. Who’s craving grilled cheese and roasted tomato soup?
Three Simple Slow-Cooker Suppers
These comforting, slow-simmered dinners—tortilla soup, juicy brisket, and pulled pork—deliver big flavors with little effort.
Mother Nature's Majesty
The Complete Guide to Fire
Learn how to harness the strength of fire to cook, survive, and connect to a primal force as old as time itself. Includes 43 things you can do with a fire, how to tell a good campfire story, why you should never pee on a fire, and more.
The 2014 Heroes of Conservation
To us, their hard work for fish and wildlife is selfless. They inspire us to do more than hunt, fish, and go home. To the six Heroes of Conservation finalists, it’s a natural response to all the good outdoors does for them.
Take It Outside
Stride or ride off-road for a hotter body and a cooler mind. Hike your booty off, run for the hills, or join the rough riders. Here’s your so-easy guide. Just add sunshine.
The Body Electric
Of the 500+ Americans struck by lightning this year, roughly 90% will survive. Though they remain among the living, their minds and bodies are instantly, fundamentally altered in ways that still leave scientists scratching their heads.
When to Say No to Your Doctor
Every time you walk into a physician’s office, you run the risk of overtreatment: Tests you don’t need, ineffective (or dangerous) medications, procedures that cause more problems than they solve. When is it best to do nothing?
2014 Foodie Awards
Too busy to plan every meal to perfection? Need more fast-yet-healthy choices? Here, the yummiest, most convenient vegetarian items for all sorts of eating—from breakfast to lunch to dinner. Complete with comprehensive shopping list.
The Anti-Breast Cancer Diet
Can eating right really protect you against the C word? The latest research points to yes. It’s also what you don’t eat. Read on for the simple nutritional moves that can make a huge difference to your health.
The Art of Disconnecting
Technology creates a 24/7 connection to work, but moms at the Top 10 Best Companies say that making a conscious effort to disconnect is essential to becoming happier and healthier.
Reader Picks | Chelsea Day
Your Craft: Make a Burlap Wreath
Adorn your door with this season’s hottest fabric. Just cover a pre-formed wreath with burlap and have your kids pick out cute accent items to bring it all together.
In the Spirit
Use painter’s tape and acrylic paint to create “wickedly wonderful” painted pumpkins. It’s a fun way to decorate with little ones who can’t wield a knife.
Mini Garden Bookends
Plant succulents in clear plastic vases filled with smooth stones and use them as bookends to bring some plant life to your kids’ rooms. They only have to be watered once a week!
Create silly spiders by wrapping Styrofoam with yarn and adding knotty-looking leg pieces. Add googly eyes for an extra-goofy effect.