Next Issue Picks
The Chosen One
CEO Doug McMillon may be the best-prepared executive to lead Walmart since Sam Walton himself. Here’s how he’s reinventing the biggest company in history to win in the Digital Age.
The Storm in Dylan's Head
From New York Magazine’s Health Issue, this story is about the mysteries of neuroscience and Dylan Rizzo’s perilous crawl back to consciousness after a car accident at 19 left him in a coma.
25 Action-Packed Summer Trips
Get out of your beach chair. Right now you could be pack-rafting through Oregon, cycling from Glacier to Yellowstone, or touring the Italian hills by Vespa. What are you waiting for?
Eager to learn more about recruiters luring young women to the Islamic State, journalist Anna Erelle created an avatar on Facebook. Suddenly courted by a high-level terrorist, her life changed forever.
When the training wheels came off for five-year-old Galen, his dad thought maybe he’d never learn to ride. But it ended up being Dad who learned a lesson.
Father & Son
Father’s Day falls on U.S. Open Sunday and Davis Love III and his son, Dru, are an example of what fathers and sons should be shooting for (on the course and off).
Group hug! These five stars pose with their adorable offspring and prove father knows—and loves—best. Plus, six cool fathers select perfect presents for any patriarch.
Work with the kids to create a memorable Father’s Day full of treats and fun surprises. Plus, 14 gifts for Dad that are $50 or less.
Dead Freakin' Last...And Proud of It
If you’ve raced at least once in your life, you’ve thought, “I just don’t want to be last.” Here, members of this feared and misunderstood runnerhood spill about finishing in the back of the pack.
Tiger's 89 Straight
In 1999 and 2000, Tiger Woods beat the field in 89 consecutive rounds. Here’s why Tiger’s unheralded feat might be even more amazing than Joe DiMaggio’s 56-game hitting streak.
The arresting new documentary Meru is the tale of Conrad Anker’s family, risk, and the redemptive power of suffering. And it’s also a candid examination of what drives climbers to the top.
His breathtaking victory in the Belmont Stakes gave racing its first Triple Crown winner in 37 years—and American Pharoah and jockey Victor Espinoza made it look easy.
Photography, Art & Design
The rich-boho vibe never grows old—it just keeps rocking on. The fierce sandals and great jewelry here just might steal the show. Photographs by Roe Ethridge.
Artists in Residence
Seven essential artists and writers show us around their most inspiring spaces, from The New School’s Orozco Room to a light-splashed studio in Brooklyn.
Hugh Kretschmer blends fine art with commerce to create unforgettable, mind-bending imagery that feels tactile and three dimensional.
In the sun-kissed hills of Napa Valley, a San Francisco media entrepreneur realizes his lifelong wish—a house built by his architectural hero, Hugh Newell Jacobsen.