Notes from a 7-Day Water Fast
Could a diet of nothing but water actually be healthy?
Could a diet of nothing but water actually be healthy?
Steven Gerrard is leaving Liverpool F.C. for the LA Galaxy next season. Here's what one Liverpool legend thinks about his ex-teammate's move, as well as the current state of the MLS.
The Impossible Project is the sole surviving manufacturer of Polaroid instant film. We chatted with its new CEO about the place of analog photography in the digital age.
Forget "the transcendent experience" and "the pleasure of the grain". These are the real reasons you should shoot film.
A trout fisherman learns the wily, elusive ways of the bonefish -- perhaps fly fishing's greatest game.
There are over 3,000 craft brewing companies in the United States. How can a budding brewer stand out? We caught up with the Bronx Brewery's Chris Gallant and Dyckman Beer Company's Juan Camillo after New York Beer Week to find the solution, from naming to branding to brewing.
Craft beer is full of cool, intelligent and well-traveled founders and brewers. But a soft-spoken, unassuming guy from New York City has tales to top them all.
Talking with Ryan and Sara Hall about running, the Olympics and what it will take to be the fastest marathoning couple in the world.
What the hell does the world's most expensive hamburger -- a $1,700 gold-leafed British monstrosity -- have to do with Instagram?
Of all the motorcycles ever created, one stands above the rest: the Ducati MH900e.
In 2011, Jimmy Chin climbed one of the hardest peaks in the world, Shark's Fin on Mount Meru. What's more impressive is that he filmed the adventure, then turned it into a documentary that just won big at Sundance.
This is a manifesto for simple menus: let your food be inspired and your verbosity be chopped.
Most professional skiers are known for skiing down insane lines on big mountains. Ski mountaineer Greg Hill, on the other hand, is better known for skiing up them.
You can buy the best speakers and projectors out there, but as the experts we consulted will tell you, there's a lot to consider with the room itself.
Cost per inch of screen. It's the kind of fuzzy value calculation that warms many home theater shoppers to the idea of buying a projector in the first place. But is it really that simple?
Jeff Gordon recently announced his impending retirement from NASCAR. We caught up with him for a few questions about the keys to his consistent driving success, what he's learned during his 23-year career, and where his competitive fire is headed after he officially retires.
Toyota has unveiled two concept vehicles for all the world to see -- and they couldn't be more different.
It's time to get up early and make breakfast for your partner. Here's why.
Tracking your health is attracting big data and big business -- and in an era where personal data is the new currency, health information is solid gold.
The crossover isn't deliberately killing the sports car, but it is eating up a lot of the automotive market. For a driving enthusiast, that hurts like hell.
David Feherty is a former pro golfer, massive Ryder Cup fan, author of four books and commentator on CBS and Golf Channel. Here are his thoughts on becoming an American, religion, building ammunition, how cycling almost killed him and, of course, golf.
Ever pondered the question of Genghis Khan’s missing testicles in Mongolia? Rolf Potts has done that -- and more -- and he's offered GP some tips of traveling to place you've never been.
Geoff Parker flies over 125,000 miles per year, and he rarely checks a bag. His rule of thumb is this: any stay under 8 days, don't check. Here's why.
Ricky Johnson's advice: "Know your limits. That goes for everything from driving to women." We grabbed a few minutes with the racing legend after qualifying sessions at the Red Bull Frozen Rush.
Trying to kill venison in wintry north Pennsylvania is hard. Doing it with a weapon invented 400 years ago can be an exercise in futility. But there's also no better reminder that hunting is about much more than just bagging game.
Users in emerging nations aren’t going online anytime soon...at least not without a helping hand. So, Facebook is happy to make an investment on behalf of the people, because if you get a man online, chances are he’ll become a user of your services. Is this good business, or the end of net neutrality?
The James Beard-winning chef shares a tip for home cooks the inspirations that keep him cooking.
Now that the gaming trifecta -- PS4, XBox One, Wii U -- has been on shelves for over a year, it’s become increasingly clear that one in particular is pulling ahead. What’s Sony doing so right with the PS4? We’re glad you asked.
Having come of age during the classic era of cross-country skiing, I took a defiant view of skate skiing. Finally, this winter I decided to end my holdout and learn to skate. It couldn't be that hard, right?
Despite overflowing Twitter feeds, unending notification pings, busier schedules, and a lust for just getting to the point, there’s an opportunity for the podcast to tell stories worth paying attention to.
What began as something eerily reminiscent of 2011 PlayStation Network outage -- a debacle that kept tens of millions of gamers offline for an unprecedented 23 days -- has morphed into something far more serious.
Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan are too often lumped in with the Midwest. We're putting the North back on the map; call it flyover country at your peril.
We chatted with Simon Beck, who straps on snowshoes and walks marathon distances in order to carve out massive geometric snow art designs.
Hailing from Salt Lake city, 21-year-old Sage Kotsenburg is one of the strongest riders in today's snowboarding scene. He also won a gold in Sochi by throwing down a trick he made up on the spot.
The two fishermen who delivered the scallop shells walked right through the back kitchen door of the restaurant like they were barging into their own home, big and fishy-looking.
Among all the wonderful people I met on our Scotland trip, the most memorable wasn’t someone new, and it wasn’t a re-acquaintance. It was someone I’d already lost.
The average Scottish sheep weighs between 100 to 300 pounds, lives ten to twelve years, breeds seasonally and, somewhere inside its stupid, thick skull, thinks it’s an absolutely magnificent creature. This is because, in Scotland, it has no natural predators. Except for us sheep chasers.
Swiss climber Ueli Steck recently became the first person ever to climb the south face of Annapurna, perhaps the most technically challenging climb in the world. We sat down with the living legend to talk about the gear he can't live without and his approach to the sport, and to find out if there's life for him after climbing.
Robert Burns once wrote: "Oh thou, my Muse! guid auld Scotch drink; / Inspire me till I lisp and wink / To sing thy name!" Judging from our drinking experiences in Scotland, he was probably lit as hell when he penned it.
The person responsible for cycling brand Rapha’s display of enthusiasm for fashion and cycling is the company’s Head of Central Brand Marketing, James Fairbank. We sat down with him on a recent stop in at Rapha's London HQ.
It's that time again. No, not Thanksgiving. That time of wasted money, squandered vacation time, dishonored holidays, and tramplings: Black Friday. This year, ask yourself: Why?
Willett Master Distiller Drew Kulsveen doesn't have time for bullshit. It's not something he has to tell anyone. The message shoots from his eyes like a railgun. Even at a relatively young age, it's clear he's heard it all before. He talks like someone who’s lost years listening to others dribble on, and worked hard to eradicate the behavior in himself; his speech is terse, verging on curt. You can't blame him for him ignoring the noise. A lot rides on his shoulders. He and his family worked for years to rebuild the family distillery, which reopened in 2012, and now he's determined to prove a point.
GP editor Jeremy Berger explains why Thanksgiving is all about who you spend it with.