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Band of Brothers
By Jimmy Im | December 3, 2015

Plato once said, “The love of man to woman is a thing common and of course, and at first partakes more of instinct and passion than of choice, but true friendship between man and man is infinite and immortal.” If Plato were alive...

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Doctor's Orders
By Phebe Wahl | December 3, 2015

“I put a huge priority on maintaining my health,” explains Emmy Award-winning journalist and renowned neurosurgeon Sanjay Gupta. “I think doctors should practice what they preach,” he continues. “I want to talk...

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Thrill of the Hill
By Misty Milioto | December 2, 2015

CALIFORNIA/NEVADA
Lake Tahoe is a powder hound’s dream come true, thanks to 14 ski resorts sprinkled along both sides of the picturesque lake. And while North Lake Tahoe has some impressive improvements this...

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True Colors
By Stephanie Smith | September 8, 2015

Miguel Castillo was born in Venezuela, where life is vivid and vibrant. It’s no wonder that formative upbringing colors both his booming residential and commercial painting business, Castle...

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Battle of the Finest
By Nate Chapnick | September 4, 2015

Supercars have always had a sort of universal appeal. Who can resist their sexy curves, sensational sounds and jaw-dropping reflexes? A supercar is the ultimate reward for hard work. When you slide behind the wheel of one of these...

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Louboutin, Ink.
By Jacqueline Z. Grossnickle | September 4, 2015

Tattoos may be a dime a dozen, but for footwear with bespoke ink, there’s only one man for the job: Christian Louboutin. The visionary behind those lipstick-red soles is at the helm of yet another bold idea,...

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Hot Wired
By Stephanie Smith | September 4, 2015

From the time he was knee-high, Bruno Francois was inventing and building futuristic devices. “I presented a flying car for my senior project in engineering school,” says the Florida Institute of Technology grad, who is now the brilliant...

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Take Me to Church
Wendell Brock | Photography by Heidi Geldhauser & Emily Schultz | September 2, 2015

Where I grew up in the Deep South, there were no cocktails before the church revival meetings. But Kevin Gillespie—who rose to stardom as a Top Chef finalist and...

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Camera-Ready
By Wendy Bowman | September 2, 2015

The Property
If this home were a movie, it definitely would be a true blockbuster... and now, one of the single most spectacular properties ever to hit the market in Atlanta can be yours for a cool $25 million. Occupying a...

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Pet Project
By Austin Holt | September 2, 2015

Successful homegrown businesses are united by a simple ground-level mission statement: Find something you love that fills a need in the marketplace.

That’s what Craig Koch did 16 years ago when he founded...

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Guitar Hero
By Candice Dyer | September 2, 2015

After 19 years and seven hits that went to No. 1, the band Collective Soul took some time off, and the world of rock ’n’ roll grew a little quieter. The swaggering, hair-whipping volume just cranked up several decibels, though, with ...

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Timelessly Exotic
By Jimmy Im | September 2, 2015

The last thing I expected in Laos—land of iconic Southeast Asian street food, centuries-old monasteries, saffron-robed monks and bustling night markets—was a bear sanctuary. But here I stood, at the Tat Kuang Si Bear Rescue Centre...

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