This week, we welcome three new titles to the Next Issue catalog. Check out the best burger and beer pairings in DRAFT Magazine, training hacks from Oxygen, and a fresh spin on healthy meals from Clean Eating below.
After that, we’ve got plenty of stories to inspire a great summer weekend. Go on a bargain hunt with tips from ShopSmart and Consumer Reports, or find your next fun fiction read in Esquire, The New Yorker, and beyond.
Next Issue Picks
Burgers & Beer: Good as Gold
Here’s how to toast the dynamic duo all summer long. From ketchup-slathered patties hot off the backyard grill, to piled-high stackers at the country’s coolest restaurants.
The Invisible Man
Charly was just another anonymous man on Skid Row. But when he was shot by the LAPD, he became another dismal statistic: the 175th officer-related death this year. Here, his life re-created.
Rock Your Life: Dream Big
Rydel Lynch of the popular band R5 always knew she wanted to be a performer. In this Girls’ Life collector’s issue, Rydel discusses how young women can reach their dreams.
Ten years ago, two kids created the most interesting, unruly website on the Internet. Now the self-styled “front page of the Internet” is coming of age—and having an identity crisis.
Here's to Your Health
Hack Your Training
Time for some training quality control. Take a look at the areas listed here, make a few tweaks to your programming, and you’ll be back on track in no time.
Are you running out of ideas for a quick, healthy dinner? Use a spiralizer to climb out of your mealtime rut and put a fresh spin on vegetables the whole family will love.
Are the outdoors the key to fun workouts? If you hate the gym, try this new trail-powered program, which supercharges hiking into a full-body sweat fest.
Not Your Average Tour de France Fan's Guide
Pro-level bikes that don’t cost more than your car. Genius riding hacks from the pack. Plus, a 21-day, stage-by-stage training plan to get fit.
Go Bargain Hunting
Eat healthy for less. Here, new products you’ll love, how to shop for “green” drinks, and your guide to the cheapest organics discovered by secret shoppers.
How to Win at TV
As cable companies and streaming services fight it out, consumers have more choices—and confusion—than ever. Here, how to get the shows you want at the price you want.
Find Free Stuff Everywhere
“The free things in life are best.” Ok, that’s not how the saying goes, but it’s true, isn’t it? This annual guide helps you get what you want without spending a dime.
Your current beauty checklist should include a silver mani, mini bag, and tribal prints. Here, fabulous bags, shoes, and bling from only $4.
Your Summer Reading List
What’s one of the fastest, most delicious ways to be transported? A stunner of a book. From artful novels to thrilling memoirs to gripping whodunits, here’s a summer’s worth of discoveries just waiting for you.
The Esquire Summer Fiction Festival
A new story from Colum McCann about crime and forgiveness. Plus, excerpts from Esquire’s greatest short fiction of all time. Flannery O’Connor? Yes. Philip Roth? Yes.
What Does Harper Lee Want?
The author’s second novel, written before To Kill a Mockingbird, is the most preordered book in her publisher’s history. It’s also a book she vowed never to publish.
Ghosts and Empties
In this new story by Lauren Groff, a young mother walks the streets of her neighborhood at night, watching the lives of her neighbors as she escapes. Includes a reading by the author.