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Today in Gear: July 28, 2014


Today in Gear: A new spin on absinthe from Nashville, Wolverine's 1,000 mile boots, a convenient iced coffee maker, and more.

The Collector Series, Part Thirteen: Ferrari 400i


Vintage is in something fierce. You can blame the cliche and assign Mad Men all you want. But vintage is deeper than that.

The Collector Series, Part Thirteen: Ferrari 400i


Vintage is in something fierce. You can blame the cliche and assign Mad Men all you want. But vintage is deeper than that.

Kit: Ferrari 400i


Just because the Ferrari 400i isn't nearly as coveted as, say, a 512 Berlinetta Boxer, doesn't mean it's not worthy of respect.

The Bizarre Success of the BMW X6


The BMW X6 been around since 2007 and has found shockingly good sales success for BMW, even earning a refresh this year: all this, despite its inferior specs, a small interior, and the fact that it looks like it's been whacked with the same ugly stick as the Pontiac Aztek.

The Bizarre Success of the BMW X6


The BMW X6 been around since 2007 and has found shockingly good sales success for BMW, even earning a refresh this year: all this, despite its inferior specs, poorly designed interior, and the fact that it looks like it's been whacked with the same ugly stick as the Pontiac Aztek.

In the 2015 Jeep Renegade, Very Different is Very Good


Jeep is an American automotive staple, but it hasn't done anything radically new in, well...ever. This signature Jeep American-ness on four driven wheels now gets its biggest injection of originality in the form of the Italian-made, Fiat 500L-based 2015 Jeep Renegade.

CUV DNA: The Original Crossovers


While the marketing term "crossover" is a recent invention, the concept is not. Automakers have been making cars that fill the gap between utility vehicles and family cars for decades.

An Achtung Baby: Quick Spin in the 2015 Porsche Macan


Twelve years ago, we said a Porsche truck was a bad idea. Boy, were we wrong. A quick drive in the 2015 Porsche Macan made our eaten words that much more delectable.

Five Best Performance Crossovers


Crossovers have changed in the recent past; you no longer have to trade in your testicles and driving sense to drive one.

Driving the SQ5, Audi’s Secret Powerhouse


From the Archives: Perhaps the most enjoyable car to drive in 2014 is one you wouldn't even stop to admire in a parking lot.

Today in Gear: July 28, 2014


Today in Gear: Denon adds Dolby Atmos to its receivers, the Nvidia Shield is perfect for gamers on the go, Laphroaig's newest release and more.

Letters to GP: July 2014

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This Week in Culture: July 25, 2014


This Week in Culture: aerial photos of the Aussie coast, an inside look at Lebowksi, lots of pens, the history of the autocorrect and more.

The Smoker: An Excerpt from the Joe Beef Cookbook


You don't just build a smoker and start cooking in it. Like any other major project, the idea turns into an obsession, which turns into a real possibility, which turns into a mess.

Montreal Meets New York, in a Bagel Shop


We get three bagel sandwich recipes from Black Seed Bagels in NYC, where they combine New York and Montreal styles to build the king of donut-shaped foods.

Today in Gear: (Month Day, Year)

IMAGE Nvidia Shield Tablet Sure, you have access to tons of online games though your smart device, but to the PC or console gamer these time wasters are too watered down to enjoy.

Dieu du Ciel and the Science of Good Beer


A little over two decades ago, Stephane Ostiguy and Jean-Francois Gravel met while studying science at McGill University.

72 Hours in Montreal


Montreal is the largest city in Quebec, Canada’s renegade Francophone province. It's just a quick jump via plane from much of the East Coast of the U.S.; more importantly, it's filled with cultural treasures, delicious food, world-class beer, and is just a short drive from some of the most beautiful countryside in the world.

30 Minutes With: David McMillan


Montreal has been good to the co-owner and co-chef of Joe Beef. But it’s the country that inspires him -- and in turn, inspires his restaurant, a relatively small place in Montreal’s Little Burgundy neighborhood that has, almost despite itself, become one of the city’s most celebrated dining spots.


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