Guides & How To

Mexiterrean-Style with Cucumber and Radish

How to Make: Chocolate Clam Ceviche

Native to the coastal lagoons of western Mexico, chocolate clams are the briny star of this versatile ceviche recipe. Refreshing and savory, it's perfect for summer.

Visit One of the World's 7 Wonders

72 Hours in Victoria Falls

One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Victoria Falls is over a mile wide and 355 feet tall. Here's what to do once you get there.

New Hampshire's Nostalgic Oats

How to Make: 30-Minute Granola

Do you love granola? Make it yourself. This recipe for homemade granola is nutritious, delicious, and takes less than 30 minutes to make.

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A Breakfast From Brazil

How to Make: The Açaí Bowl

Açaí, the Brazilian berry, is a longtime staple in the surfing community. And it may be the best healthy breakfast you haven't tried.

And Still Be Friends After

How to Plan a Buddy Trip

It’s time for a buddy trip. Time to get away from it all with friends and spend quality time, strengthening those age-old bonds between men -- and if it’s an epic trip, perhaps even testing them.

Become a Knockdown Shooter

How to Improve Your Jump Shot

Ask any expert on the subject and they’ll tell you the same thing: the only way to get better is to get on the practice court -- or the backyard net or the school gym -- and start shooting.

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Take in The American Riviera

72 Hours in Santa Barbara

With a population of just under 100,000, Santa Barbara has a split personality: a high-end, meticulously groomed city peppered with pockets of culture and young energy.

City of Heroes

72 Hours in Leipzig

Nicknamed "Hypezig", Leipzig is Germany's best open secret, with a thriving arts scene reminiscent of early '90s Berlin. Sitting less than an hour from the capital city by train, Leipzig might also just be Europe's most accessible up-and-comer.

The Buck Stops Here

How to Say No Politely

Patricia Fitzpatrick, founder of the Etiquette School of New York, gives a crash course in the polite no. (It's more than just saying "sorry" afterwards.)