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Next Issue Picks
Occidental JusticeEsquire April 2015
In an issue all about relationships, this is a story of two freshmen who met in a dorm room at Occidental College. When their drunken sexual encounter collided with a panicked and pressured academic bureaucracy, it quickly became a disaster.
"Life is Too Short"Fast Company April 2015
In this exclusive excerpt from Becoming Steve Jobs, you'll get the untold story of Tim Cook's friendship with Steve Jobs—and why Jobs wouldn't let Cook try to save his life.
Never. Healthy. Enough.Self April 2015
Obsessing over nutrition, shunning entire food groups—these are just two symptoms of orthorexia, a behavioral disorder that's on the rise among young women. Rachel Levine, 30, reveals how her fixation on healthy eating almost killed her.
Flash Mob: The Plot to Take Down a TyrantWIRED April 2015
Senior writer Andy Greenberg explores how North Korean dissidents are trying to undermine Kim Jong-un with bootleg copies of Titanic and old episodes of Friends. Are they smuggling freedom into North Korea, one USB flash drive at a time?
Play It Loud
The PlaylistRolling Stone April 9, 2015
Enjoy Rolling Stone's new audio capability by listening to samples of the editors' favorite songs, albums, and videos of the moment—all inside your Next Issue app.
The Filth and the FuryMaxim March 2015
They've been called the wildest band in rock and the greatest young act in Britain, but whether Fat White Family can keep from self-imploding is yet to be seen. For now, they just want to make you squirm.
Sing the Body ElectricNylon March 2015
Poised to get even bigger and doubly determined, Rita Ora has convened a brain trust of songwriters in a labyrinth of a recording complex in Hollywood, all tasked with working on her second album. Go inside.
Free SpiritsAllure April 2015
Music festival outfits have a romantic, creative vibe that's DIY-inspired and unabashedly girlie. Sweet prints, embroidery, face paint, and flower crowns are just the beginning.
The Best of Beauty
2015 Genius AwardsELLE April 2015
In ELLE's annual celebration of the world's top makeup, hair, and skin-care pros. Learn their secrets—from the season's most flattering lipstick shade to the one easy trick for bombshell hair—no appointment required.
Fabulous at Every Age: 60s Kim GordonHarper's Bazaar April 2015
Five iconoclastic women prove that timeless beauty knows no bounds. Now in her 60s, pioneering rocker Kim Gordon talks about her memoir, her time with Sonic Youth, and why she's still making things up as she goes along.
#CurlyHairDontCareWomen's Health April 2015
Straight-hair pressure is giving way to a newfound interest in authenticity. In a sea of cookie-cutter blowouts, why not stand out with cool, sexy coils? Here, three striking ways to pump up the volume, whether you come by curls naturally or not.
Do They Really Work?InStyle April 2015
Let's give props to today's selection of natural beauty products: They're way more sophisticated than the kitchen-sink concoctions of years past. But do they deliver? InStyle did the homework so all you have to do is read, shop, and repeat.
Hobbies for the Great Outdoors
Into the WildPopular Photography April 2015
The flora and fauna of the rainforest are in danger of disappearing. Tim Flach photographs these subjects in their unforgiving locations—and he often does it using studio gear.
The FjordSurfer May 2015
Exploring the untapped surf potential of the Faroe Islands, a group of professional surfers discover the sweet spots around the isle of sheep. Includes gorgeous photos by Chris Burkard.
The 100 Best Fishing CampsField & Stream April 2015
Whether you arrive by floatplane, boat, truck, or with a pack on your back, here are the greatest spots in North America to catch tons of fish, sleep under the stars, and have the time of your life.
True BlueBike May 2015
South Lake Tahoe's casino-clad exterior belies a town in the midst of a mountain bike renaissance. Looks don't really matter on the high-country trails where the South Shore's true charm hides.
Mix Up a Carrot CakeFood Network Magazine April 2015
Make the crowd-pleasing classic—or try a fun new carrot cake-inspired dessert, just in time for the Easter Bunny. Includes pineapple-carrot cake pie and carrot cake sandwich cookies.
Baking With MapleVegetarian TImes March 2015
As winter begins to wane, sugar makers get to work tapping sugar maple trees throughout New England and Canada. A year-round breakfast favorite, maple syrup can add a whole new dimension to your baking routine too.
Baking SuccessDiabetic Living Spring 2015
One question drives Sue George crazy: "Why would someone with diabetes want to open a bakery?" George left her job as a software engineer eight years ago, and once she discovered how sweet a little risk taking could taste, she never looked back.
Techniques: Scone SchoolEating Well March / April 2015
No baking degree required: Gorgeous scones are as easy to make as a batch of muffins. Try these lemon-poppy seed scones or another Eating Well favorite, from sun-dried tomato with thyme to chocolate cherry.