The World's Best Bureaucrat
As chairman of the Federal Reserve during the global pandemic, Jerome Powell has managed to do something almost unimaginable in Washington: a good job.
The torture self justification of one very powerful Trump loathing anonymous republican.
Rolex – Crown Jewels
A look at the world’s largest collection of vintage Rolex watches
A Financial Mastermind
The Great Philanthropist
Home for the Holidays
There’s never been a better time to up your hospitality and home bar game
Former New England Patriots cheerleader Camille Kostek is ready for her breakout role
Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team Principal Toto Wolff has the winning formula
Lamborghini Essenza SCV12 – Track Star
The $3.5 million, 830 HP Essenza SCV12 is the most powerful Lamborghini ever built
The Daniela Diaries
Colombian bombshell Daniela Botero blends talent with sex appeal in the best way
An Eye For Beauty
A candid interview with Russell James, one of the photography world’s leading lights
Vive La France
Lena Simonne is the latest and loveliest export from the world’s most stylish country
A Few Things We Got Horribly Wrong
You don’t make 60 years of magazines without dropping some balls. Here are a few
60 Years Ahead
We had a whole plan for this year. Funny, right? Surfer's 60 year anniversary volume was going to be filled with stories nodding to SURFER’s past, with cover concepts paying homage to the magazine’s most iconic imagery. Our new Page One depicts something that’s never happened in surfing before, let alone on a prior SURFER cover. And our table of contents was completely scrapped and replaced as we reacted to the fizzing, sparking, roiling world around us. In other words, 2020 happened to SURFER, just like it happened to you.
DC Debuts Smartphone-Based Covid-19 Exposure Alert System
The nation’s capital has become one of the first jurisdictions in the country to employ a new COVID-19 notification system, a joint Google-Apple venture that delivers alerts to people’s phones, notifying them that they may have been exposed to the coronavirus.
A Desk of Their Own To Ease Remote Learning For Kids In Need
As remote schooling surged during the pandemic, parents across the country realized that many kids didn’t have desks at home.
Census Says Deadline Can Be Reached With Tech, Nonstop Work
Technology and working around the clock should allow the U.S. Census Bureau to crunch numbers from the 2020 census in half the time originally allotted, but if the work isn’t completed by a year-end deadline, the statistical agency will take the extra time needed to finish it, bureau officials said Wednesday.
7 Questions to Ask When Deciding Where To Deliver Your Baby
The crux of the decision for any woman is whether they believe strongly that birth is a natural process and something they want to experience as such, or whether they feel safer in a hospital where emergency complications can be handled and there will be technological interventions they will have to learn to live with.
5 Tips To Support Your Kid's Immune Health
Here are five tips to help keep your kiddos strong and healthy.
An Audience Of One
OAN has positioned itself as the Trumpiest channel on air—and an eventual home for the president, win or lose
A Subcontinent Of Inequality
The plight of two women from completely different ends of the social spectrum tells one big story about India
Australian Says Watchdog Considers Its Own Google Antitrust Case
Australia’s competition watchdog will consider its own antitrust case against Google, the commission chairman said this week after the U.S. Justice Department sued the company for abusing its dominance in online search and advertising.
A New Set Of Shopping Tips In The Pandemic
Now, shopping looks much different.
Reader Boat: Precision 165
During my three years of ownership, here are just a few things I’ve observed about my P165. Most of these features have contributed to my joy of sailing this little boat.
Advice From a Pro: Invest in Yourself
Christine Benz tells women to match investment risk to their longer life expectancy.
Give Your Portfolio Some Shine
With a weaker dollar and inflation stirring, it’s probably a good idea to diversify with a little gold.
Are Power Tools Corrupting Us?
“Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” —First Baron Acton, 1904
Click - Getting Great Shots of your Cat with a Smartphone
So you want to enter one of the many virtual competitions popping up around the internet but don’t have professional photos or video of your cat. Fear not! If you have a smartphone, you have a camera and can get what you need. Here are a few tips to help.
Choosing the Right Cat Tree
Whether you have your first cat or your tenth, keeping your cat healthy and your furniture undamaged means you will need to get a scratching post (or cat “tree”). These come in many shapes and sizes and they’re built using a variety of materials. Different construction techniques are also used, some being better than others. This gives you lots to choose from. So, choosing the right tree for your cat can take some thought.
Facing Those Final Days With the Special Care Your Pet Needs
Because most pet owners tend to outlive their pets, there comes a time in most pet-human relationships when time starts to run out for your beloved cat or dog.
For a single person who just wants to head out and have fun, then maybe.