This week, we’re part rear-view mirror and part crystal ball, with a look back at 90 years of cartoons from The New Yorker and a sneak peek at 2016’s hottest cars. Plus, we predict you’ll soon make quick work of weekday meals with our roundup of fast-fix food.

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Iconic Cartoons From the Icons of Cartooning

The New Yorker

Happy Cartoonniversary! The New Yorker selected the best and most interesting from nine decades’ worth of cartoons.

Building His Mother's Legacy

HELLO! Canada

On the eve of his 31st birthday, Prince Harry explores Africa and continues to build on his mother’s legacy as he looks to the next stage of his life.

The Wrath of the Taxi King

Bloomberg Businessweek

Gene Freidman owns more cabs than anyone else in New York City. “Uber’s not a problem. Uber’s pushing me, right?” Right?

Quick-Fix Foods

Cheat Sheets

Every Day with Rachael Ray

Doing the dishes has never been so fast! Cook an entire dinner on one sheet pan.

Easy Weeknights

Good Housekeeping

The Good Housekeeping Test Kitchen pulled out six top-tested tools and cooked up 21 deliciously easy recipes.

Your New Dinner Routine

Real Simple

Taco Tuesday. Slow-cooker Thursday. When each night of the week has a theme, that’s one less decision to make on a busy night.

Weeknight Cooking

Food Network Magazine

Make something new tonight! Here are a dozen quick dinners from the Food Network test kitchen.

First Look: 2016 Cars

New Cars 2016


Here, 83 of the hottest, most interesting and advanced cars, trucks, and SUVs you need to know about.

2016's New Cars

Car and Driver

All the details on every new and existing make and model—from A to V.

New Cars for 2016-2017

Motor Trend

Time to buy? Here’s help to find what you’re looking for. Includes insider info on which cars are all new and which are unchanged.

Coming Soon

Consumer Reports

People love their SUVs, but don’t count out the sedan. In 2016 we’ll see significant new and redesigned models roll out.

New Issues


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