Tech & Science
This Week's Edition
If clothes make the man, what do bumblebee uniforms make the Pittsburgh Steelers?
Gadget Lust: Power of the Press
The Aeropress makes you the perfect home coffee maker
Divorce, Doggy Style
Pet custody mediators train former partners not to fight in front of the puppies
Disney theme parks are no longer the happiest places on earth for children with special needs
The Original Wrecking Ball
Defiant and pulchritudinous, Bettie Page gave naughty a good name
Vino? No Thanks. We’re Italian
As the nation’s wine exports soar, the beverage is getting less amore at home
The basketball coach at University of California, Irvine knows that “seven” is a lucky number, especially when it is followed by “-footer”
Audubon. John James Audubon.
A stunning new edition of the prized ornithological volume is a lavishly illustrated history of the nation
Turkey Fry, No Third-Degree Burns
This turkey fryer can save your Thanksgiving, and maybe your marriage
Still Wanted, Dead or Alive
A new book explores the timeless grief and uncertainty felt by the families of missing World War II soldiers
We’re All on Crack
A morbid fascination with the urban drug somehow casts Toronto mayor Rob Ford as a cultural adventurer
The Grass is Greener On The Gridiron
From Fortune 500 CEO to killing X’s and O’s
The Lush Life of William T. Vollmann
He’s written about prostitutes, crack, and war zones; is it time for a Nobel Prize?
Eating Our Words
Foodism has turned every restaurant outing into an adventure, and every dish an epiphany. What happened to, “I’m hungry?”
From Mortal Enemies to Facebook Friends
Fifty years ago, they were trying to kill each other in Vietnam. Now they hang out
Diana: Hunted or Huntress?
A new movie about Princess Di is getting slammed for telling the truth
Surviving the Hemingways
Barbara Kopple’s new film goes deep into the harrowing and hopeful story of one of America’s most famous and troubled families
10 Things You Didn't Know About Lou Reed
It wasn't all a walk in the park
Amelia Boone plays dirty
The 10 Scariest Movies and Why They Creep Us Out
The creatures of the Uncanny Valley prove that ‘lifelike’ can give us deathly chills
Hexing & Texting
Millennial hipsters are finding solace (and some cool outfits) in that old black magic
Somewhere, Over the Dwayne Bowe
The Kansas City Chiefs have gone from worst to first and are vying for a Super Bowl trophy
Where’s the Fire?
New York City’s first e-cigarette bar draws a crowd and exhales
Digital Dystopia: On Dave Eggers’s 'The Circle'
The author of The Circle makes a powerful argument for turning off your iPhone
Interview With a Vampyre’s Dentist
Father Sebastiaan makes the Rolex of fangs for the serious bloodsucker
Israel’s Desert Ghetto
The government wants to clear out Bedouin shantytowns, but some inhabitants have drawn a line in the sand
The Great Unwashed
San Francisco tests way to bring showers and dignity to the city’s homeless
Where Have You Gone, Concrete Charlie?
Middle linebacker was once the most feared and celebrated position on defense, but now it’s an afterthought
Ginger Baker Hates You
The legendary drummer is touring (briefly), promoting a documentary (curtly) and making everyone around him miserable