Sjors Horstman has spent the last 30 years of his life at the bottom of the Grand Canyon as a volunteer for the National Park Service — one of the longest-serving volunteers in NPS history.
Please just beat them, Tiger. Beat them all.
With an investigation Golf Digest helped open, an Erie County court vacated a murder charge against Valentino Dixon, for which he had already served 27 years
Should a high school star be prevented from playing college basketball because his father was accused of taking a bribe?
More and more NBA players are turning their workouts (and summer highlight reels) over to private skill trainers. With the help of social media, some trainers are using the exposure to become entrepreneurs, newsmakers and even celebrities in their own right.
Doing the math, Melany Knott figured it cost about $1,100 a day. That got them 21 months. "No regrets," Knott said. "I wouldn't change a thing. And I won't wonder about anything."
He often claims he'd like to move through the world unnoticed — the eternal paradox of actors who've discovered a safe space exhibiting themselves on stages and film sets but feel exposed in the real world.
Theirs is a love of strange and beautiful proportion. The kind measured in porcelain, peanut-sized dolls and antiqued oysters as big as your face.
Neil Cicierega's level of YouTube celebrity around the city is modest. Which might be the ideal outcome for an artist who found his identity through the internet just as much as he shaped the internet’s identity.
I have known Vinny Lingham for about 10 minutes when he tells me people want him dead.
"Mountain Man" Kurt Steiner is one of the best stone skippers to ever pick up a mineral.
The most famous entrepreneur of his generation is facing a public reckoning with the power of Big Tech.
Can you translate your truest, quirkiest passions into lucrative, full-time work? If you're familiar with Lisa Hanawalt — author, illustrator, humorist, and general-purpose weirdo — you might be tempted to believe that it's possible.
Rex Lewis-Clack was born blind and diagnosed with autism at a young age. He says, "Playing the piano is easier than eating and breathing."
It didn’t reveal the “real” John McCain. It revealed the limits of DFW’s worldview.
From "True Detective" to his mind-bending new series, "Maniac," Cary Fukunaga has proved himself a master of creating the perfect tone on-screen. Now the visionary director talks about what's coming next, and explains why he went silent for nearly four years.
A leftist journalist’s bruising crusade against establishment Democrats—and their Russia obsession.
He famously helped Bill Clinton avoid impeachment—but is he ruthless enough to take on Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani in the president's twenty-first-century Twitterdome?
He helped lead a design revolution in business, but he hasn't shared in the spoils like his rivals. As the designer himself jokes: "Whatever happened to Yves Béhar?"
The onetime mumblecore wunderkind has evolved into one of the great chroniclers of America's exurb nation. His latest movie, "Support the Girls," is a masterful portrait of the people working in a vanishing industry: breastaurants.
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