As the guy responsible for putting Louisville Sluggers in the hands of countless major leaguers, Chuck Schupp is far more than a mere salesman—he’s also the guy who helps give pro ballplayers the means to be heroes
Celebrating the Tour de France at 100
A flood of new money is raising the fortunes of a remote Canadian metropolis—but is it also washing away the city’s pioneer spirit?
Peru’s fossil-rich Ocucaje Desert presents an irresistible target for plunderers—and a sacred duty for its self-appointed guardian
An unlikely alliance takes shape between locals and some majestic insects in Mexico’s Sierra Madre mountains
How a historic accord between a South Dakota tribe and the federal government could revolutionize the way we think about national parks
How a Santa Fe art collector’s supposed dying wish has turned into a treasure hunt that’s luring adventurers from far and wide
The ship that Captain Morgan lost while sacking Panama City in 1671 had long been thought gone forever. Meet the man who thinks he found it.
Meet the foraging phenom who supplies America’s greatest chefs with the finest, weirdest and occasionally weirdest produce around
Mark Visser’s daredevil night surfing made him world-famous, but it pales in comparison with what he’s doing next
Forget Yankees versus Red Sox. For the wildest rivalry in U.S. sports today, think Pacific Northwest. And think soccer.
Want to create the world’s greatest supercar? Start by tossing conventional wisdom out the window
One man’s quest to bring home the revolutionary sounds of Ethiojazz
The far-flung island of Kiritimati attracts hard-core anglers in search of giant trevally and other outsize trophies. But only the bravest will attempt to reel in these ocean behemoths from a kayak. Repeat: a kayak.
Goolwa, Australia, is best known for two things: yacht racing and rabble-rousing. When a crippling drought threatened to wipe out the former, a salty boat-rigger rallied his town’s fi ghting spirit to bring it back from the brink.
Change is the order of the day in China, but the country’s dizzying transformation from closed society to consumerist hub has had one unexpected byproduct: rock ’n’ roll. Welcome to Beijing, where a long-simmering underground scene is finally coming to a boil.
When an intrepid writer travels to Greece to retrace the steps of the first marathon runner, he finds the birthplace of democracy at a historic crossroads. He also finds foot pain. Lots of foot pain.
Touting itself as a sovereign state, the tiny Italian town of Seborga has its own prince, its own passports and its own currency — and with a new leader in place, all the ambition and intrigue of a much, much larger country.
If everything goes according to plan, by 2020 the Chinese island of Hainan will be fully transformed from a failed export hub to a tropical paradise, and one that Beijing promises will be nothing less than the “Hawaii of the East.” Can they pull it off?
In recent years, the world’s theater scene has been struggling. But amid the doldrums, one intrepid British stage company hit it very, very big by combining Macbeth, Hitchcock and, most important, you, all in the creaky confines of an abandoned Manhattan hotel.