Earlier This Week

Explaining Our Shades of Red, White and Blue

Where We Find Our Pride in America

An open-ended question about national pride produces patriotism, shame for our wrongdoings, and every shade of red, white and blue in between.

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What's New, Now

Today in Gear: June 29, 2015

Bose delivers its best mini bluetooth speaker to date, new leather goods from both Winter Session and Tanner Goods, an iconic Italian cycling brand is revived and more.

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What to see, read and hear

This Week in Culture: June 27, 2015

Gay marriage is legalized nationwide, Marc Maron interviews POTUS, a profile on Kendrick Lamar, the influence of Taylor Swift, big beer goes craft beer shopping and a new Mission Impossible trailer is out.

Baja for Non-Tourists

Going Off the Grid and Underwater in Cabo Pulmo

Returning from Cabo Pulmo, I wondered why I surround myself with so much stuff and so many complications when my happiest moments are the exact opposite: living out of a backpack, following the rhythms of climate and culture, and turning off the phone.

Logic Need Not Apply

God Bless the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat

225 kilometers an hour? How many miles is that? 124 plus like 14 or 16 or...shit-shit-shit time to brake -- Mental math is a lot harder when you're howling down the main straight at Summit Point Motorsports Park in the most powerful sedan ever made.

5 Mountain Passes, 120 Miles, 13,000 Feet of Elevation

Postcard: “The Longest Day” Ride

June 21st was the longest day of the year, so Andy Bokanev thought it'd be a good idea to head out for a grandeur of a ride.

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MotoGP and Supercross with Honda HRC

The Kings of Two Wheels

In April, there was a rare overlapping of two-wheeled motorsports: both the MotoGP and the AMA Supercross came to Texas. We went to both to see the fastest men on two-wheels battle it out on the track and in the dirt.