Beau Bridges, co-star of Showtime’s Homeland and the new Netflix series Messiah, reflects on sibling rivalry, playing for John Wooden, and watching Gary Cooper beat up his dad. The Last Word: Ralph Macchio on ‘The Karate Kid’, His Heroes, and the New Season of ‘Cobra Kai’ Men’s Journal: What’s the
Few things can define a small community like a coastline. Proximity to a body of water and all the byproducts that it has to offer — inspiration, wildlife and recreation — draw individuals together. Not unlike a mountain town’s common connection to a ski resort, a coastal town’s lifeblood is
Johnny Casali can feel a helicopter approaching minutes before anyone else hears the whack of rotors. It’s a sensitivity that comes from growing up on a Humboldt County “homestead” in the War on Drugs era. Casali’s parents operated a melon farm. They also grew some pot. And they weren’t alone.
ON A FARM outside Tillatoba, Mississippi, Joe Wrenn is barefoot and shoeing a horse. Sweating in the summer heat, the 59-year-old cowboy uses a pick to remove dirt and manure from a hoof. “My grandfather taught me everything I know about horses,” says Wrenn, who’s sporting a belt buckle that
From the first woman to climb the 14 highest peaks without supplemental oxygen to the first solar-powered flight around the world, the last decade pushed the boundaries of adventure in every way. As it comes to a close, we look back on the boldest adventures and accomplishments. Here are our
A lot can happen in a decade. As we enter the 2020s, it’s important to look back on the powerful stories that grabbed our attention and helped define the 2010s. There’s a lot to consider. Celebrated adventurers pushing the boundaries of what’s possible. Everyday people working to make the world
Editor’s Note: This special op-ed is by Rose Marcario, the president and CEO of Patagonia, and Land Tawney, president and CEO of the nonprofit conservation group Backcountry Hunters & Anglers. William Perry Pendley needs to leave D.C. for Christmas and not return to his job afterward. The U.S.’s 640 million
Get ready to kick off a new decade—our January issue is hitting newsstands just in time to ring in the new year. And who better to appear on our first cover of 2020 than El Camino star and three-time Emmy winner Aaron Paul? Writer Amy Spencer visited with Paul in his L.A. home to talk about