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This Week in Culture: May 30, 2015


FIFA gets compared to the mafia, profiles on Paul Millsap and Ronda Rousey, John Nash dies and the National Spelling Bee ends in a tie, again.

This Week in Gear: May 25 – 29


A look back at an entire week's worth of gear. ... Read More »

The Beauty and Spectacle of the Monaco Grand Prix 2015


The motif of Monaco is beauty. Beautiful people, cars, racing, landscape. GP was there to capture the beauty in timeless black and white.

The 15 Best Campgrounds in the West


Finding a worthy campsite is a lot more involved than just showing up at the nearest KOA off the freeway.

The 4th Largest Champagne Company in the World Can Celebrate However It Wants


Mumm Champagne is big, and it does victory big. And nowhere is victory quite as large as at the Monaco Grand Prix.

How to Make Stock, a True Kitchen Staple


You can buy stock in boxes or cans, or even those insidious little bouillon cubes. But really, you should make it yourself.

How to Make: Grilled Shishito Peppers Over a Campfire


Eating shishito peppers is often dubbed the "Russian roulette" of the culinary world due to their unpredictable heat levels.

How to Make: Grilled Shishito Peppers Over a Campfire


Eating shishito peppers is often dubbed the "Russian roulette" of the culinary world due to their unpredictable heat levels.

The Playlist: Your Summer Camping Soundtrack


Nature's soundtrack is a hard one to rival, but we'll try anyway. Here are 50 songs to bring camping.

How to Make a Beer Can Camp Stove


A good camper is self-reliant and packs the skill set necessary to do cool shit when cool shit’s called for - like making stoves out of cans.

How to Make a Beer Can Camp Stove


A good camper is self-reliant and packs the skill set necessary to do cool shit when cool shit’s called for -- like making stoves out of cans.

Today in Gear: May 29, 2015


A folding tent for the roof of your car, Moleskine's Apple Watch scheduling app, a duffel that keeps your suits pressed and more.

How to Track an Animal in the Wild


Animal tracking isn't exactly a classroom subject. But, with proper time, attention and patience, you can master this survival skill.

The Best Places to Grab a Cocktail in Las Vegas


Where to quench your thirst in the desert. ... Read More »

Ditching GPS for a Topo Map and Compass


Darran Wells, who wrote the book on wilderness navigation (literally), lends his wisdom on navigation sans GPS, from topographic maps to the North Star.

The Wilderness Guide to Hunting Squirrel, Rabbit and Fish


When things get bad, you need to know how to catch your own dinner. Here's how. ... Read More »

5 Wilderness Injuries, 5 Wilderness Cures


Buck Tilton provides answers for every major outdoor injury, whether you're well supplied or up a creek.

The 8 Best Camping Chairs for Every Outdoorsman


Rest your weary ass after a strenuous hike. We've picked out the eight best camping chairs for every type of camper.

This Week in Sports and Outdoors: May 28, 2015


Big-time corruption at FIFA, the most talented ultrarunner on the planet, the new Point Break and more.

An Everyman’s Guide to Survival Gear


You never know when things might take a turn for the worse. Match up to your skill level and ensure you've got the right basic survival gear with our survey.


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