Iggy Pop Special: Funtime
Credited to Iggy & The Stooges, Raw Power is, to some ears (usually bleeding), the greatest rock album of the early 70s, sheer sonic violence further enlivened by bids to "search and destroy". More than The Stooges' previous two albums, it captures the puressence of rock'n'roll while setting fire to the rulebook. With a little help from James Williamson, their guitarist, Johnnie Johnstone tells the story of its brief yet volatile making and impact following its release a half-century ago this month. And then, on p88, RC is granted an audience with the mighty Iggy Pop in which he traces his career from the band's 1973 landmark to his new solo album, Every Loser, concluding with a Stooges/Pop discography on p97. All aboard.
A reporter at large- Lula's Restoration
After prison, a fraught election, and a near-coup, Brazil's President wants to remake the country again.
"Indigenous Americans who travelled across the Atlantic were horrified by inequalities in European society"
Caroline Dodds pennock talks to Ellie Cawthorne about her new book tracing the remarkable stories of Indigenous Americans who voyaged to Europe after 1492
Anabolic Steroids: Drug Abuse and Pathology
Informed consent is a keystone concept in clinical medicine as it is practiced in the United States. When a patient acknowledges giving informed consent, it means that he/ she understands the purpose of the proposed treatment e.g., surgery or medicine) as well as the potential risks that are known to be associated with the treatment.
A Rite for Sore Eyes
Therabody’s new high-tech massager is a balm for screen-time headaches.
Arnold Strongman Classic
Testing the Limits of Strength and Power for 20 Years!
When people cross the US-Mexico border hoping to immigrate, they encounter a smuggling network whose operators are often highly vulnerable themselves
How Much Can I Make?
It's what everybody wants to know before buying a franchise-and although there's no guaranteed answer, you can learn a lot by asking the right questions. Here's how.
'Arnold Era' Diet
It was during the 1970s that bodybuilders began to learn more about nutrition. In part, it is thanks to Arnold as he set the standard so high that natural ability would no longer account for success.
Are You an Entrepreneur... or a Systempreneur?
It's the first question any potential franchisee should ask themselves. Here’s how to find the answer.
What the Big Moment Looks Like
Want to be a franchisee? The last big step is often called "Discovery Day," where you decide to sign...or not! We followed four people on their big moment at Unleashed Brands.
Betty Buzz – Every Little Detail
Do you obsess? Overthink? Plan to perfection? Blake Lively used to hide those instincts in herself-but by learning to channel them, she built a business that's selling millions.
Apple CEO Tim Cook to Take More Than 40% Pay Cut
Apple CEO Tim Cook will take a more than 40% pay cut this year from a year earlier as the company adjusts how it calculates his compensation partly based on a recommendation from Cook himself.
America's Greatest Workplaces for Diversity 2023
And that makes sense, not only because diversity is important, particularly to younger job applicants, but also because it is well-documented that workplaces filled with people with different worldviews are more creative, more innovative, and generally make better decisions.
A Pandemic of Cyberattacks
Hackers, armed with high-tech tools and flush with funds, are quietly ruining people's livelihoods, reputations and businesses. The cyber police are outmatched
*This* is How You Snow Day
It's the best 5 a.m. text ever: Classes are canceled (woo!). Now a winter wonderland awaits. How to spend your 24-hour vacay? Pick your vibe, because we've stacked your cal...
14 ways to spread the love
These simple gestures are even better than candy hearts.
Sarah Sherman – A Beautiful Mind
For Sarah Sherman, comedy is all about putting on a show- and being absolutely disgusting.
59 Minutes With... Casey Johnston
The unlikely weight-lifting coach is making a killing arguing that pumping iron can be for everyone (yes, even you).
Every woman should ask herself in 2023
Everyone's a Critic
What are literary studies for?
Annals of Innovation Build Better
Can 3-D printing help solve the housing crisis?
Life is Too Short
Life is short. Why not spend it mired in regret? Why not spend your evenings sitting side by side at the dining room table with your spouse, trying to determine whether your downstairs neighbors’ ceiling fan is making the floor tremble?
"Welcome to the most extreme Ford GT ever built"
Though outwardly it looked broadly the same as the cars it succeeded, famously the Ford GT40 MKIV was a completely different animal underneath.
10 Questions With...Tony Johnstone
Month in Golf
25 Best Detectives of All Time
From craggy PIs to slick super-sleuths to tenacious journos, the movie detective is a genre-defining figure almost as old as cinema. Join us, then, as we celebrate those who variously use their brains, brawn and/or bravado to crack crimes, right wrongs and dole out justice, one clue at a time.
Another round of coinbase job cuts, 20% of workforce let go
Cryptocurrency trading platform Coinbase is cutting approximately 20% of its workforce, or about 950 jobs, in a second round of layoffs in less than a year.
6 best Tech goodies to get in 2023
We all love a bit of tech, nothing beats opening a brand-new package containing the latest and greatest tech within it. But with great tech gifts comes great tech responsibility. How will you know if you bought your loved one the right piece of tech? Easy, just follow our guide and you'll be all good!
Being Prince George
An inside look at what life is really like for the 9-year-old future king of England.
A picturesque Mexican bolthole makes a dreamily idyllic retreat