If the last vestiges of winter still have you feeling a chill, warm up with some inexpensive one-pot meals. While that pork roast simmers, ogle the lifestyles of the rich and famous (hey, it’s Ellen’s house!) or set your sights on working at one of the most innovative companies on the planet. A new job means a new wardrobe, and this spring that equals prints, florals and sharp suits that put navy to shame.
Go bold. Go blue. Be cool.
—Maggie M., Texture Editorial Director
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ESPN The Magazine
How a small band of agents and a statesman of soccer-turned-FBI informant brought down the most powerful sports syndicate on earth.
Shooting victims from Columbine and Virginia Tech share their ideas for ending the sickening cycle of gun violence.
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New York Magazine
Restraint is out. Bold and bedazzled are in. Time to dress busy.
Twenty-one fashion tips that any man can follow. Rules 8 and 14 will have you good to go.
Get a start on the season by introducing color and texture into your winter wardrobe. Think pink and floral prints.
Game of Thrones henchman Michiel Huisman pounds the streets of America’s bluesiest city (a.k.a. New Orleans) in spring’s must-wear hue.
Easy one-dish recipes, including a roasted tomato mac and cheese that’s gluten-free.
Dust off your slow cooker and whip up simple and nutritious meals like a pork loin that practically makes itself.
A Dijon chicken and quinoa skillet dinner and spicy beef stew are a few of the surefire recipes that will also save you money.
Get ready for a no-fuss feast with recipes for a tasty cassoulet with cornmeal dumplings or a rice dish with shrimp and chicken.
The Will & Grace star and his husband, Scott Icenogle, lip-sync for laughs, and bring the same light and airy vibe to their new Hancock Park home.
Better Homes and Gardens
Take a peek inside actress and eco-entrepreneur Jessica Alba’s joyfully busy and surprisingly normal life.
House & Home
She visits millions of homes every day via her show. But in an excerpt from her new book, Home, DeGeneres pulls back the curtain on her own house and her passion for design.
Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian share a TV series, a neighborhood, and even a decorator, but when it comes to living, the celebrity siblings have their own distinctive styles.