#WeekendReads: The Queen of Clean | Between the Sheets | Super Bowl 50 Countdown

If Texture had a patron saint, it would probably be Marie Kondo.

The Japanese domestic goddess and best-selling author is profiled in Real Simple for her ability to clear closets, tidy drawers and put paper out to pasture. Kondo’s advice is to only keep things that “spark joy.”

In her honor, we hope our Super Bowl collection sparks conversation during the big game, and a quartet of stories about love and marriage spark a little romance as we approach Valentine’s Day.

—Maggie M. Texture Editorial Director

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Editors' Picks

The Queen of Clean

Real Simple

Closet whisperer Marie Kondo’s tricks for tidying drawers, wardrobes and homes has made her a New York Times best-selling author. You’ll never fold the same way again.

Fear and Parenting in America


Tackling the issue of free-range parenting, here’s how to give your kids freedom to roam…and keep your peace of mind.

Bike-Crazy Dogs


Bike-riding canines? We are so there. Says owner Jared Nieters of his Catahoula Leopard dog Griz: “There’s nothing he wants more than to be out on the trail.”

The New Global Terror


As if there isn’t enough to worry about. The lowdown on the mosquito-borne Zika virus, and the threat it poses as summer approaches.

Let's Talk About Sex

The New Rules of One-Night Stands

Men's Health

With women seeking no-strings-attached sex more than ever before, writer Amy Grier advises guys on how to pull off the perfect 12-hour relationship.

The Case for Good-Enough Sex


When we collapse in bed at night…it’s hard not to mourn the way things used to be.

Between the Sheets


Ready to turn up the heat in the bedroom? Expert advice for those in search of satisfaction.

Sex on the Brain


What’s Addyi, the peach-colored pill dubbed “the female Viagra,” really like?

Super Bowl 50: It's Game Time

The Joy of Cam Newton

ESPN The Magazine

As the Panthers go head-to-head against the Broncos, Cam Newton looks to prove that great football can still be fun.

Super Snacks for Game Day

Clean Eating

Guilt-free noshing for your Super Sunday, because the only thing more important than the game is the menu.

Super Bowl Technology

Popular Mechanics

This year’s stadium features Wi-Fi for 70,000, players with tracking chips that provide real-time stats, and a new app to access instant highlights of every play from four different angles.

Big Game, Big Commercials

Sports Illustrated

From Apple’s George Orwell to Budweiser’s Clydesdales, a look back at a half-century of Super Bowl ads. My, how advertising’s place in the game has grown.

Crime & Punishment

A Pedigreed Murder

Vanity Fair

When a champion Irish setter dropped dead hours after leaving the world’s most prestigious dog show, the mystery shocked the show-breeder world. A canine whodunit.

The O.J. Simpson Case: 21 Years Later


Those closest to Nicole Simpson and fellow murder victim, Ron Goldman, speak out on what the new TV miniseries gets wrong, and the pain of reliving those awful days.

Baby Doe

The New Yorker

Who was little Bella Bond, and why did her broken body ending up in a trash bag in Boston Harbor’s Deer Island?

Up on Cove Mountain

Outside Magazine

Twenty-five years after a double murder on the Appalachian Trail, writer Earl Swift revisits the case, his connection to it, and how the crime shattered our notion of safety in the woods.

New Issues



Popular Mechanics

Honoring the Year’s Best in Print and Digital Media


The Texture team was honored to sponsor and attend the publishing industry’s biggest night of the year, the 50th annual Ellie Awards. Read about the experience below, and check out our roundup of the winners.

On February 1, magazine editors ditched ‘caucusing’ to gather at the Grand Hyatt in New York City for the 50th Ellie Awards ceremony. Presented by the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME), along with the Columbia Journalism School, the awards recognize print and digital titles, editors, writers, photographers, designers and videographers for their excellence. The evening was hosted by NBC News’ Tamron Hall, who said she learned more from the magazines she kept stacked under her bed while growing up in Luling, Texas than she did at school.

Judges from across the country selected winners in a broad range of categories including “Best Publication for a Single-Topic Issue,” “Best Feature Photography,” and “General Excellence in Service and Lifestyle Content.” Hard-hitting journalism, genius creativity and fun-loving narrative were praised alike. Matter’s piece on a globally renowned Ebola expert who was denied treatment when he contracted the disease (“My Nurses Are Dead, and I Don’t Know If I’m Already Infected” by Joshua Hammer) earned kudos for “Best Reporting,” while Eater’s advice on drinking your way through the most magical place on Earth (“The Eater Guide to Surviving Disney World”) won the “Leisure Interests” crown.

Ellie Awards

There were laughs (Lucky Peach’s editor expressed his gratitude for an organization that honors astounding pieces of journalism with “bronze elephants,”), as well as some tears when David Granger accepted his final Ellie as editor-in-chief of Esquire.

“Magazines are getting larger, not smaller. I hope we’re not delusional,” said Adam Moss, editor-in-chief of New York magazine, which took home bronze elephants for “General Excellence in News, Sports and Entertainment,” “Best Magazine Section” (for The Culture Pages), “Best Multimedia” and “Best Website.”

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The Winners Are...

#WeekendReads: The Great Bourbon Heist | Barbie’s Body Makeover | Best Reads of the Month

Make way for a bourbon caper from Men’s Journal (and Time‘s exclusive on Barbie’s new bod).

Make time to read Flint native Stephen Rodrick’s deeply felt story on the poisoning of his hometown for Rolling Stone.

Make note of the candidates’ significant others.

Make sure you check out our Super Bowl party game plan.

We’ve got you covered.

—The Texture Team

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Editors' Picks

The Great Whiskey Heist

Men's Journal

How one distillery worker enlisted friends, family and a few steroid-users to steal a fortune in top-shelf bourbon…one barrel at a time.

A Barbie For Every Body


The world’s most infamous figure is getting a makeover (or rather, three of them). Mattel’s new Barbie doll’s got back!

Who Poisoned Flint, Michigan?

Rolling Stone

Some 30 years after leaving Flint, writer Stephen Rodrick returned to the town he grew up in to find a toxic disaster, giant government failure and countless children exposed to lead.

The Real State of Real Estate

Consumer Reports

Whether you’re buying, selling, renting or remodeling, you’ll want to read this guide to the changing rules of real estate.

Host a Winning Super Bowl Party

Meals That Score

Good Housekeeping

A make-ahead menu of cheesy meatballs and coconut curry bowls so you can spend Sunday watching the screen, not the stovetop.

Healthy Super Spreads

Dr. Oz The Good Life

Leave it to Dr. Oz to serve up better-for-you versions of game day eats from turkey chili to the must-have nachos.

25 Beers Worth Cheering For

DRAFT Magazine

No Bud for you. Treat yourself and your guests to coffee-tinged porters, sour ales and a spicy pilsner that is a total touchdown.

Mix and Match Hot Wings

Food Network Magazine

Give those tired Buffalo wings a pass and create the perfect platter of mango-curry or garlic-balsamic-flavored chicken. Top them off with tasty sauces that are worth a double dip.

January's Top Reads

One Small Change Diet

Real Simple

Sometimes bigger isn’t better. When it comes to dieting, finding a tiny variation that works for you (eat veggies first, keep the candy bowl across the room) can make all the difference.

El Chapo Speaks

Rolling Stone

Sean Penn’s controversial story on notorious drug lord El Chapo Guzman sparked debate over the ethics of the interview; even the actor told 60 Minutes that the article “failed.”

The Paradox of Sleeping Pills

Consumer Reports

Forget counting sheep; Americans doled out billions of dollars in 2015 trying to get some shuteye. But are chemical sleep aids worth the risk?

Under Armour's Big Bet


Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank built the athletic clothing company into a $4 billion giant. Next up: mobile apps, and hopefully beating out Nike to become the No.1 sportswear maker.

The People Behind the Candidates

At Home with Bernie Sanders


Sanders’ family reveals his private side (he likes slow-dancing in the living room!). Says wife Jane: “When he finally asked me to marry him, in the parking lot at Friendly’s, I thought…he’s somebody you can count on.”

Trump Card

Town & Country

A savvy businesswoman, soon-to-be mother of three, and a growing brand in her own right: Ivanka Trump has turned into her father’s biggest asset.

Hillary's Other Daughter

Vanity Fair

Hillary Clinton’s powerful aide Huma Abedin has been called a “mini Hillary” and the candidate’s “second daughter.” The scandal-tinged staffer might also be the campaign’s next big problem.

50 Most Influential Political Families

Town & Country

Dynasties like the Kennedys and the Bushes have become synonymous with American politics, but they aren’t alone. The editors of Town & Country present their third annual list of politically-influential clans.

New Issues

National Review

Country Living



#WeekendReads: National Parks | Southern Style | Flint’s Toxic Tap Water

Get inspired by a new generation of entrepreneurs. Celebrate the hidden wonders of our national parks, along with 50 years of Southern style.

If you already have Super Bowl fever, you know that this is prime TV-buying season; check out these gadget guides for the newest screens.

Other must-reads: TIME‘s report on the poisonous water supply in Flint, Mich., and Oprah’s series on depression and anxiety: “Changing the way we think about mental illness starts with each one of us.” This we know for sure.

Be well.

—The Texture Team

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Editors' Picks

The Storm Inside

O, The Oprah Magazine

Mental illness, whether it comes on like a squall or has plagued you since childhood, can be devastating… especially since support is hard to come by. Leave it to Oprah to offer help and real hope.

50 Elements of Southern Style

Southern Living

To celebrate its 50th anniversary, the magazine pays tribute to the 50 things that bespoke-suited Southerners can’t live without.

The Poisoning of an American City


Switching its water supply to the local river was supposed to help cash-starved Flint, Mich., get out of debt. Instead, residents got smelly, discolored water, hair loss, burning skin, and even seizures.

Hidden Wonders


Pssst, want to know a secret? From the seaside cliffs of Hawaii (one-time home to 19th-century lepers) to the Organ Pipe Cactus Monument in Arizona, these hiking spots are worth shouting about.

How to Be Your Own Boss

An Entrepreneur is an Artist


MmmBop to MmmHops: Hanson went from one-hit wonders to creating their own music, festivals, and even beer.

The Business of Beauty

Fast Company

How YouTube star Michelle Phan became a style icon and inspired the social reinvention of the cosmetics industry.

The Yeti Brotherhood


When two fisherman set out to reinvent the cooler (yes, we mean the ice chest), they didn’t expect to upend an industry…or create a multi-million dollar business.

Find Your Calling

Better Homes and Garden

Thinking of starting your own craft business? Stellar advice from five women entrepreneurs on how they turned their creativity into careers, and how you can, too.

Gear Up for the Super Bowl

The New TV Tech

Sound & Vision

Ultra HD. Curved screens. HDR content. A look at the latest viewing technology, and all the new terms that come with it.

The Future of Football


The ultimate preview of Super Bowl 100, and what the game might look like 50 years from now. Cue the virtual reality Elvis.

Virtual Reality Gets Top Billing at CES

Bloomberg Businessweek

Speaking of VR, digital headsets were the talk of the Consumer Electronic Show this month, but are they coming to a living room near you anytime soon?

Have More Fun With Your TV

Consumer Reports

Shopping for a big TV shouldn’t be a chore. A step-by-step guide to finding the right screen for you.

Yummy Ideas for Chilly Days

Winter Bounty

Weight Watchers

How to roast, toss and broil the season’s best produce. Plus, ideas for a winter fruit salad with persimmons, quince and pomegranates.

Comfort Zone


Baby, it’s cold outside. Here are six great reasons to stay in and cook up something warm.

There Will Be Blood Oranges

Bon Appétit

What exactly is a blood orange, and how do you eat one? (Bet you didn’t think in a Jell-O shot.) Get to know the season’s most popular fruit.

Hello, Sunshine

Martha Stewart Living

Zest up the flavor in ribs, linguine and salmon by adding limes, tangerines and other citrus all-stars.

New Issues


National Review

Food & Wine

The Hollywood Reporter

NEW Title: Conservative Commentary from National Review

National Review is America’s most influential conservative journal, with in-depth editorial, news, opinion, and culture. It’s also our newest title, joining TIME, The New Yorker and New York Magazine in Texture’s News & Politics category. With ten magazines covering the news from every angle, Texture readers can stay informed with unlimited access to current and back issues. Or, tap News & Politics to browse Top Stories and thoughtfully curated Collections from our Editorial team.


Texture subscribers can tap any of the headlines below to read some of National Review’s biggest cover stories from the past year.

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The Good Fight

One subplot of the Republican presidential-nomination battle has been an increasingly vicious and personal contest between two first-time senators: Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz.

Trump: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Trump is unlikely to be the Republican nominee and will probably not even be a serious threat to Republicans as a third-party candidate next year. But he has exposed and widened the fissures on the American right.

The Truth About Mass Incarceration

American criminal justice has drifted away from its moral roots. The Left has forgotten how to blame and punish, and too often the Right has forgotten how to forgive.

Uber and Goliath

Even the nation’s oldest consumer-advocacy organization thinks Uber et al. serve the public better than the highly regulated taxi cartels. The evolution away from the old system may not always take the most direct route, but it is moving in the right direction.

#WeekendReads: David Bowie: 1947-2016 | Sean Penn on the World’s Most Wanted Man | This Story May Save Your Life


This week, stories to cure the sleep-deprived, and a cool DIY inspired by Spirograph (remember that?).

Our must-reads include Family Circle‘s potentially life-saving advice about heart disease, Entertainment Weekly‘s tribute to David Bowie, and Sean Penn’s clandestine meeting and controversial interview with El Chapo for Rolling Stone.

Plus, as we prepare to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a look at the origin story of Black Lives Matter, and Dr. King’s legacy 50 years after the passing of the Voting Rights Act.

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Editors' Picks

David Bowie: 1947-2016

Entertainment Weekly

Saying goodbye to the man who was Ziggy Stardust. How the singer, style icon and eternal chameleon ch-ch-ch-changed pop culture forever.

Sean Penn's Covert Meeting With El Chapo

Rolling Stone

The actor sat down with the world’s most wanted drug lord (just months prior to El Chapo’s January 8 arrest) for this exclusive Rolling Stone report.

This Story Could Save Your Life

Family Circle

Heart disease is America’s No. 1 killer, but only 56% of women know how dangerous it really is. Survivors share secrets for managing the threat.

Can Munchery Become the Next Domino's?

Bloomberg Businessweek

Think healthy meals at the touch of a button. How a Vietnamese émigré made it to Silicon Valley and is reprogramming dinner in America.

Home, Sweet Home

Do It Today, Love It Tomorrow

House Beautiful

From new lighting to fresh paint, try these 75 easy tips, quick changes and smart ideas to make your house even lovelier.

Color Theory


A vibrant art collection inspired the makeover of a tech veteran’s Hollywood Hills bachelor pad. How you can bring bold colors into your domain too.

Give It a Spin

Martha Stewart Living

Remember the spirograph? This old-fashioned toy is just what you need to make your own decorative accents with an of-the-moment geometric look.

At Your Service: The Latest DIY Trends for Your Dining Room

DIY Magazine

Build-it-yourself doesn’t have to equal boring or basic. Pick up some trend-forward tips to reinvigorate your dining space.

The Big Sleep

Your Best Sleep Starts Here


From the softest pillowcases to the sleekest high-tech tools, must-have products that will help you catch the best z’s of your life.

Get Your Best Sleep Ever...Together


Nighttime cuddling may be easy, but sharing a bed can be hard. What to do when sleeping with your lover is a nightmare.

The Hottest, Coolest Bed You'll Ever Buy

Men's Fitness

If you’re not sleeping, or playing, on one of the new memory-foam mattresses, you don’t know what you’re missing.

Your Best Night's Sleep Ever

Woman's Day

To drift off faster and stay out longer, try these six tools to snooze more soundly (you probably own a few already).

MLK and His Civil Rights Legacy

One Speech: The Legacy of King's Words


Martin Luther King, Jr. reset the political standard with his “I Have Dream” speech. Presidents have been trying to match his power ever since.

Where Do We Go from Here?


After the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, Essence invited civil activists, authors and thought leaders to ponder: What comes next?

Get Up, Stand Up


How the growing Black Lives Matter movement and social media are rebooting the civil rights effort for the 21st century.

The Long Road

The New Yorker

Photographer Steve Schapiro followed Martin Luther King, Jr.’s 1965 march from Selma to Montgomery, and shared his portfolio of the historic event.

New Issues

Harper's Bazaar



Sports Illustrated

Behind the Scenes with the Golden Globes Winning Stars

Last night, The Golden Globes recognized the best of the big screen and television. Two films—The Revenant and The Martian—received the top honor of Best Motion Picture.

Get a behind-the-scenes look at the Golden Globes winning films, and read about making the movies from the stars themselves. Tap any article title to read, or start your free trial for unlimited access to the world’s top magazines.

Men’s Journal talks ‘The Toughest Western Ever Made’


Starvation diets. Temperatures of 30 below. Raw cow’s liver. Take a look inside the making of The Revenant, the all-or-nothing Best Drama Motion Picture for which Leo nabbed Best Actor.

The Hollywood Reporter explores ‘The Making of The Martian


Some of the only CGI used in Ridley Scott’s space smash? Putting Matt Damon’s body on a skeletal frame as his astronaut starves. Otherwise, the director faithfully replicated Mars in the Middle East: “I wanted to get it right—like Stanley did with 2001.” Those awards for Best Actor (Damon) and Best Comedy Motion Picture are well deserved.

Glamour sits down with Jennifer Lawrence, who says “I’m not gonna shut up.”


She didn’t “shut up” at 14, when she was begging her parents to let her act. And she isn’t now, at 25, either. After giving yet another award-winning performance in Joy, Jennifer Lawrence wonders: “What’s the point in having a voice if I’m not going to use it for what I truly believe in?” To add to magnitude of that voice, J. Law grabbed the Golden Globe for Best Actress for her role in Joy.

W Magazine’s stunning photo shoot and interview with Taraji P. Henson


Taraji P. Henson is one tough “Cookie,” to borrow her character’s name in the hit TV series, Empire. As Henson says, “Cookie is bold and crazy, and she loves the struggle. In that way, we’re alike.” Congratulations on the Best Actress honor!

Inside OutNew York Magazine goes inside the 11-year-old mind


Pete Docter made Pixar’s most ambitious movie ever, with a little help from his daughter. All that ambition paid off last night, when Inside Out took home the Golden Globe award for Best Animated Feature Film.

#WeekendReads: Ivanka Trump, Donald’s Secret Weapon? | The Paradox of Sleeping Pills | Cuba’s Wild Side


Rev up your engines and get ready to beat the cold! This week’s lineup helps you put the wonder in winter, with expert tips on getting active outside from people who know their snow (thank you, Midwest Living!).  

For warmth, we take a look at some of 2016’s hottest wheels and sleekest rides. We’re also celebrating a few of the finalists for best magazine cover of 2015. Vote for your favorites here.

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Editors' Picks

Ivanka Trump: Donald's Secret Weapon

Town & Country

Her dad may be getting the attention now, but Ivanka’s a power in her own right, with an executive position in the family business and an eponymous fashion empire.

Megyn Kelly: Fox's First Lady

Vanity Fair

Fox News’ breakout star Megyn Kelly has earned viewers from both the right and the left. But her most obvious belief might be in herself.

The Paradox of Sleeping Pills

Consumer Reports

Americans spent roughly $41 billion on sleep aids and remedies last year. But are the benefits lower…and the risks higher…than we think?

The Wild Side of Cuba

Coastal Living

Havana can wait. This island journey heads out of town and into a world of undiscovered treasures (think untouched beaches and the seduction of salsa).

Readers' Choice: The Best Covers

What Silicon Valley Thinks of Women


The sexism in Silicon Valley is sordid and systemic. Will it take a revolution to bring it down? Or maybe a woman’s touch?

He Says Goodbye, She Says Hello

Vanity Fair

The exclusive first introduction to Caitlyn Jenner, and the full story of how an icon of American masculinity became the woman she needed to be.

Satire Lives

The New Yorker

Adam Gopnick examines the mocking history of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo following the January 7, 2015, terrorist attack on its staff.

Rihanna: Swimming With Sharks

Harper's Bazaar

For the 40th anniversary of Jaws, the global pop star faces off with three huge predators for an epic and terrifying photo shoot.

Hot Wheels

The Virtues of Blowing It

Car and Driver

The 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera/Carrera S is a turbocharged beauty. Car and Driver hits the road on the tiny island of Tenerife to take her for a ride.

Auto Matic


The race is on to create the auto of the future. Here, a look under the hood at self-driving cars as envisioned by Audi, Hyundai and others.

Lightning Strikes Twice


The world’s quickest four-door is an American-made electric sedan. Meet the 2015 Tesla Model S P90D Ludicrous.

Standing on Their Own


In the ’80s, Clénet Coachworks offered neoclassic cars that were garish to some, gorgeous to others. Now these roadsters have become true classics.

Enjoy the Snow Days

Empire of the Snow

Travel + Leisure

Welcome to Park City Mountain Resort, the largest ski destination in the United States, with superfast lifts, fine dining and the world’s only ski-in distillery.

Winter Warrior


Hibernation is for the bears. Master the cold season with 42 tips for snowshoeing and backcountry skiing.

How to Own Winter

Midwest Living

Twelve reasons why fighting the wind chill doesn’t have to be a buzzkill, from hot-chocolate runs to ice-cave treks to polar paddles on frigid rivers.

Your Winter Walking Plan

Dr. Oz The Good Life

These boots (and sneakers) are made for walking. Get in a few thousand steps indoors, or layer up and head outside. Just don’t stop striding tall this winter.

New Issues

Sports Illustrated

The Hollywood Reporter


O, The Oprah Magazine

#WeekendReads: The Challenger Disaster: 30 Years Later | What Would Cool Jesus Do? | The Art of Aging

You say you want a resolution? From food to finances, this weekend we’ve got inspired ways to eat clean, bulk up your wallet or ease into a metabolic burn.

Or if you’re more interested in years past than years new, try a really old one… specifically 1925, the year we last visited Downton Abbey, which returns Sunday night.

If that’s not your cup of tea, there’s always Cool Jesus or Ted Cruz.

Wishing you an “appy” New Year!

Editors' Picks

The Challenger Disaster: 30 Years Later

Popular Mechanics

It was supposed to be one of the greatest achievements in the history of the United States space program. In an instant, it became an American tragedy.

What Would Cool Jesus Do?


Hillsong is the church of choice for Bieber and Durant. Services are packed with people who look like they just stepped out of the club. Can Christianity really be this cool, or is this just a hat-wearing hipster cult?

The Art of Aging

Real Simple

Author Julianna Baggott’s daughter made a sculpture inspired by her mother’s body, forcing the writer to reflect on the nature of beauty, aging…and aging beautifully.

How Ted Cruz Is Winning the GOP Race...on the Ground


Say what you will about Senator Ted Cruz, the Texas Republican and presidential candidate who can come across as bullheaded, and who never shies away from a bipartisan fight. Just don’t call him lazy.

2016: New Year, New You

You Are the Spark!

Oprah Magazine

“The difference between wanting a change and sustaining it comes down to one crucial factor: motivation. Oprah finds out what it really takes to build the life we long for.

The Super 7


Calorie-melting moves! Expert-chosen and lab-tested, these champion burners and firmers will work off the pounds, jump start your routine and revamp your body in record time.

The Best Places to Visit: 2016

Men's Health

From an Alaskan ice field to a float-in bar on a North Carolina river, these unforgettable spots are small in population but huge in their potential for adrenaline-spiking adventure.

Power Up

Bon Appétit

Smoothies are hotter and yummier than ever, especially this quartet. All are rich in superfoods such as beets, kale and ginger. And the banana-coffee-cocoa blend will brighten any morning.

2016: Money Matters

Smart Money: Make 2016 Your Year to Prosper


Want your financial picture to shine? Take these steps now, and you just might wake up in a year with a satisfied smile on your face.

Should Men & Women Manage Money Differently?


When it comes to investing, women want to feel comfortable, while men bet the bank. These divergent views can prove costly in retirement…unless you talk them through up front.

Let's Get Money Fit


Time for a fresh start in life and in your finances! Try these 21 steps to get your money matters in tip-top shape…and to grow your wealth in 2016.

Yes, You Should Invest!


A recent survey showed that only 26 percent of Americans under 30 own stock-based investments. Alex von Tobel, the author of Financially Fearless, wants you to join that club!

The Return of Downton Abbey

Cheerio to All That

Entertainment Weekly

As the cast of the beloved dramedy of manors prepare for the final season, premiering Jan. 3 in the U.S., they reminisce about the show that changed their lives.

Apptitude: Get Thee to the Abbey

Sound & Vision

When no fewer than 15 characters died in the first five seasons, how’s a fan to keep it all straight? There’s an app for that! (Well, several, actually.) What would the Dowager Countess think?

Aristocracy Revisited

Bloomberg Businessweek

If the first five seasons were about the structure of class divisions in English society, the sixth and final season sees those divisions crumbling.

The Most Happy Fellowes

Vanity Fair

How did middling actor Julian Fellowes become the creator, producer and writer of a transatlantic hit? A look back at the man who gave us Abbey fever.

New Issues


Wine Enthusiast

Town & Country


Binge-reading. It’s about to be a thing.

Make 2016 the year that you read everything. From celebrity bombshells to food trends, we’re making it easier than ever to stay well-informed all year long.

We’ve chosen eight trending stories to start with, including PC Magazine‘s big predictions for the year ahead, and Self‘s survey of how women really feel about their bodies.

If you’re a Texture subscriber, tap any headline to read the story on your device. If you’re not yet a subscriber, start your free trial to access our entire catalog. That’s over 165 titles and 500,000 stories to keep you entertained into 2017 and beyond.

Tech of the Year (Ahead)

PC Magazine

Want to know what the future holds for technology? Here’s a glimpse at the advancements from 2015 that are most likely to share the technology landscape in 2016.

The Challenger: 30 Years Later

Popular Mechanics

It was supposed to be one of the greatest achievements in the history of the United States space program. In an instant, it became an American tragedy.

Early Access: Grease Lightning

Vanity Fair

As Fox broadcasts a live-event version, John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, Stockard Channing, and other cast members take Vanity Fair behind the scenes of Grease.

The Day-Off Diet

Dr. Oz The Good Life

Dr. Oz’s exclusive weight-loss plan includes tasty meals and snacks, built-in breaks and totally achievable goals.

Brain Trust: Will Smith

Sports Illustrated

In Concussion, Will Smith shines a light on football’s darkest corner and the future of America’s game.

Make This Your Best Travel Year Yet


Ready to wander in Portugal? Recharge in Tasmania? Road trip through the Southwest? This year, don’t let any vacation time go to waste.

The Junkie with the White Picket Fence


A new heroin scourge has risen out of the ruins of the 2000s opioid craze…. It’s no longer confined to the seedy alleyways of the nation’s big cities.

What Women Really Think About Their Bodies


In the social media age, is our body image better than it used to be? The answer is more complicated than you may think.