This weekend brings us tons to celebrate: the addition of Boys’ Life, Father’s Day, and the first day of summer.
We’ve got great ideas for summer fun, from cool-down recipes and festival attire to camps for grown-ups. Share some reads with your teens with picks from Boys’ Life, Girls’ Life, Seventeen, and Sports Illustrated Kids. And if you’re still seeking the perfect Dad’s Day gift, check out our Next Issue gift subscriptions, starting at just $14.99.
Next Issue Picks
Forever Alive, Forever Forward
When a French adventurer vanished on a remote Alaskan coastline, many dismissed him as unprepared. He was actually a tough, soulful wanderer whose story resonates with the grand traditions of the American outdoors.
My Dad Was a Serial Killer
They thought they knew their fathers—as protectors and playmates, as teachers and disciplinarians—but these women’s dads had dark sides that would shatter not just their victims’ families, but also their own.
Our A-to-Z Guide to Relaxing
If you think decompression has to involve a spa vacation, get ready to expand your vocabulary. Learn about 26 no-fail de-stressors, from a fluffy bunny to zones of personal privacy, to soothe your frazzled soul.
This summer’s sci-fi movies are so bizarre, they must be fiction. Right?! Here, answers to some essential questions raised by summer movies, such as “Can genetic engineering create killers?”
Here's to Your Health
The Everything Guide to First Aid
You really can be prepared for almost any kind of emergency. Here, all the know-how and gear you need to save the day (and maybe a life!) the next time an injury strikes.
10 Minutes. Total Transformation.
Workouts that fit your busy life? Yes, please. These women lost an average of 13 pounds in eight weeks, exercising just 10 minutes a day. Don’t believe it? Read on.
How to Help Your Kids Live Longer
They’re tired, overscheduled, poorly fed—and some say they’re the first generation to have a shorter life expectancy than their parents. Here’s how to reverse the trend.
The thinking about how lifestyle and diet affect your risk of cancer has shifted. Here’s what you need to know now, including which foods may provide potent cancer prevention.
Ride of a Lifetime
One group of Eagle Scouts embarks on their grandest journey yet. 3,800 miles. 64 days. All on bikes. All the way across the USA.
Amy and Jack are like most sibs—they love hanging in each other’s rooms and soaking up the summer sun. But one major thing has given Amy a new perspective on life. Here’s her story.
Young Wild & Free
Paper Towns actress Halston Sage takes you on a ride through this summer’s most adventurous beauty looks. Buckle up!
Summer Fun Guide
School’s finally out! Whether you’re chilling at home or hitting the road, Sports Illustrated Kids has you covered. Here’s how to make the most of your time off.
Fun in the Sun
How to Hack Your Summer
In crowded NYC, people tend to hold their secret summer getaways close. Here, folks spill the beans on skinny dipping, watermelon-spiking, and other activities in NYC and beyond.
Summer Camp (for Grown-Ups)
The days of roasting s’mores and making lifelong friends in a week don’t have to end when you reach legal drinking age. Here are the West’s best places for big kids to return to camp.
Get the season started with the best swimsuits, dating advice, and this guide on what to wear to the summer’s hottest tickets.
How I Summer
Recipes, ideas, and inspiration for every single day of the summer: burgers, salads, sandwiches, sides, grill essentials, and more from over a dozen of our favorite superstars.