Danny MacAskill Takes On a 30-Meter Slackline With His Bike

We all feel it: Being stuck at home for weeks on end means many people are figuring out some wildly unique ways to pass the time. This is particularly true

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Multicooker Recipes That Turn Dried Beans Into Meat-Free Masterpieces

It’s no secret that homemade always trumps store-bought or packaged. And that’s especially the case with beans. It’s also the case that making beans from scratch is a serious pain.

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The Secrets Behind Jude Law’s ‘The Rhythm Section’ Transformation

Jude Lawn has built an impressive body of work over his career (see: Gattaca, The Talented Mr. Ripley, and Sherlock Holmes franchise), but he isn’t traditionally known for having an

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The Workout Jude Law Used to Bulk Up for ‘The Rhythm Section’

In The Rhythm Section, Jude Law plays retired-yet-still-deadly British Secret Service agent Ian Boyd, who mentors Blake Lively’s Stephanie Patrick on her journey to becoming a vigilante assassin. For the

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How to Prevent (and Properly Treat) Bee and Wasp Stings

Almost everyone has experienced a bee or wasp sting at some point in his or her life. For most of us, it’s no big deal. But for some, it can

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Why Your Next Car Should Be a Hybrid—Plus 3 New Luxury Models

Electric vehicles get all the love. Driving a gas-electric hybrid might have made you the greenest guy on the block a few years ago, but times have changed. Pure plug-in

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The Best Multi-Tool We’ve Ever Used

Chances are that when you read this, you’re not camped out on the Pacific Crest Trail somewhere, sawing down your kindling for just the right minimalist campfire and deboning the

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E-Bike Lawsuit Dismissed in Tahoe National Forest

A lawsuit that claimed the Tahoe National Forest wrongfully permitted class 1 e-MTBs on 136 miles of non-motorized trail has been dismissed. Paperwork filed in California District Court on March

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This Serene Ski Film Ties Skiing to the Land

Whether skiing perfect pillow lines in the Pacific Northwest, contemplating the summer’s cherry harvest, or paddling out into Lake Michigan, Mike King’s central focus is the climate. King spends his

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A Deeper Look at Natural Light a.k.a. Natty Light

Suppose you’re walking down the street when a stranger runs up and yells, “I love natural light!” After moving to a safe distance, you might wonder. Were they talking about

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