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Jessie Ware

London native Jessie Ware burst onto the music scene in 2010 with her single “Nervous.” Since then, Ware’s music has steadily climbed the U.K. charts, and the artist’s...

This Is How to Look Great with CoolSculpting, Thermi, and Ulthera

Sponsored Content Sometimes travel season sneaks up on you, and it’s almost time to pack your swimwear — even though you’re not ready to wear it. Fortunately, there are...

Swiss Musts Exploring the Montreux Riviera

If Switzerland makes you picture nothing but snowgear and ski slopes, then you have been missing out. We visited the Montreux Riviera region in summer and discovered why it has a...

Salt of the Earth

For a film that consists largely of sustained shots of still images (zooming and panning across them in the style of Ken Burns), Salt of the Earth is remarkably riveting....

The Art of Eric Schwabel

A further look at why we put Eric Schwabel on the cover of our April/May issue....

Looking Recap (2.10): Looking for Home

It’s the episode that launched a thousand uncomfortable conversations about Grindr in gay households all across the nation – join Paul Hagen for the Season 2 finale of...

Into the Woods

Stephen Sondheim’s beloved fairy-tale mash-up about the quest for “happily ever after” adapts to the screen remarkably well....

Among the Vines

Toast your wedding in wine country. Plus, news from the struggle for marriage equality....

Groom Service: Pool Clue

Swimming can be a fun aspect of a great vacation or an essential part of a fitness routine. But if you’re doing it in a chlorinated pool,...

Cruising Croatia

Some have called Croatia’s shoreline “the coast with the most,” and its unique combination of natural and man-made beauty merit that rave review. It can be difficult to...

Looking Recap (2.9): Looking for Sanctuary

Celebrate family dysfunction and making drastic life changes with Paul Hagen and the latest episode of Looking....

Gay Berlin

Gay Berlin By Robert Beachy Knopf; $28 Do you know the name Adolf Brand? If you don’t, you should. In 1896 Berlin, he published what is considered the world’s first gay...