We’re calling this our screen-time weekend. Everest opens on the big screen, which inspired a round-up of perils-on-the-peak reads. And Sunday’s Emmy Awards led to a preview of fall’s must-see TV.
Check out Sofia Vergara as Peg Bundy in The Hollywood Reporter, and read our Q&A with editor Janice Min, who transformed the publication into a sexy must-read for the Hollywood elite.
Happy Reading (and Watching)!
The Guide: A World of Possibilities
If you like to get off the beaten path, interact with locals, and enjoy insider access, check out these 20 one-of-kind itineraries that span the globe from Morocco to Mongolia.
The New Roman Empire
From Cuba to climate change, Pope Francis has revitalized the Vatican’s role in global diplomacy. Now he’s bringing his activist agenda to the U.S.
The Men of Our Time: Esquire Legends
A special portfolio: These eleven living men—and one woman—have obsessed Esquire for years, even decades. Can you guess who the one woman is?
Most Powerful Women of 2015
Guts and grit. That’s what gets a leader on this list. This year, 27 of the 50 women are CEOs, a number way higher than it was in 1998, when Fortune launched this list.
Ready for the Emmys—and Fall TV
Fall TV Preview: Sunday
Summer’s over? Who cares?! It’s fall TV time again, and here’s the scoop on 115 of the best new and returning shows. So settle in and get comfy, because every night is a good TV night this season.
Hollywood's 100 Favorite TV Shows
Thousands of Hollywood insiders named their favorite TV show to create this list. Here, stars and creators reveal their never-told stories and the cast of Emmy-nominated Modern Family bring a few classics back to life.
The Guide: Fall TV Preview
A new crop of TV shows is vying for our eyeballs. To help find the best series, here’s some advice from Eugene Mirman and Kristen Schaal, who voice the Belcher siblings on Fox’s cult animated series Bob’s Burgers.
TV Never Looked So Good
And women are the reason! Three badass standouts of the fall season—Taraji P. Henson, Gina Rodriguez, and Emma Roberts—show why smart actresses in smart roles win every time.
Tragedy & Triumph on Mount Everest
Everest Stays in the Picture
In this Outside exclusive, hear the cast and crew of the new movie, Everest, dish about making this adventure epic roar to life for a new generation.
Sorrow on the Mountain
A shocking avalanche on April 18, 2014 killed 16 expedition workers and changed life on Mount Everest forever. Here’s how it unfolded.
The Apocalypse on Everest
Barely a year after the last disaster, on April 25, 2015, more than 8,000 people in Nepal were killed. When the avalanche hit, mountaineer Gabriel Filippi sprinted for his life. He emerged to find an unthinkable disaster.
After the Seven Summits
A group of Nepali women first defied the odds by climbing the tallest mountain on each continent. Now their greatest challenge: Rebuilding their country after two earthquakes.
On Our Must-Cook List
Wine Destination of the Year
We’d love to go to Australia right now, in their spring. But maybe we’ll celebrate the wine country of the moment by trying these grilled lamb chops with a glass of Aussie wine instead.
Star Chefs Redefine the Hotel Experience
When chefs offer up their favorite recipes, you’ve got a ticket to impress your guests. We definitely want to try this southern-style rosemary chicken, served at The Old No. 77 in New Orleans.
20 Life-Extending Mediterranean Foods
Success with shellfish is good for the ego, right? We’re going to try the baked mussels in tomato olive sauce. Tip: The freshest mussels are tightly closed.
If you’ve never made it before, it is pretty nifty when roasted squash almost magically becomes like spaghetti. This story gives us three delicious-looking new ways to try it.