Eat Your Heart Out, Andy Warhol

In his obscure art exhibition, Shea Hembrey takes on the role of 100 artists. And not one of them is any less real than another.

On the Run With Wolf B36

The war over gray wolves has been raging ever since they were reintroduced to the American West five years ago. The story of one wolf’s perilous life captures the conflict between those who celebrate them and those who want to see them dead.

A One-Man International Aid Organization

Traveling the world donating clothing, wheelchairs, books, and chickens (when he’s not laying bricks, building wells, and planting trees), Barton Brooks is giving without borders.

Running with Trout

The right companion can pace you through marathon training, subzero runs, and even family tragedy, reminding you daily that going out for a run makes us all happier souls.

Jan 2005

The Lover Who Always Stays

Rupert Pole was Anaïs Nin’s other husband.

Nine One One

Richard Jewell is on the way

Nov 1998

Someone to Run With

A running friendship in nine acts (and who knows how many miles).

Jan 2009

La Vida Loba

A girlhood friend grows up to reinvent herself as a howling she-wolf.

Apr 2009

The King of Reggaeton

How a poor, pudgy kid from the San Juan projects reinvented Latin music for the hip-hop generation and became an international star.

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The Outback Follies

Crossing the Australian outback, where epic vistas, charismatic wildlife, and time-forgotten outposts are matched only by the unique social opportunities.

Sep 1998

A Spirit of Sisterhood, From Start to Finish

Women increasingly are training and racing together, as women’s running groups have sprung up everywhere from Alaska to Florida.

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Learning by Playing

Can one middle school’s approach transform education?

Abby Sunderland’s Fateful Voyage

While other 16-year-old girls thought about prom night, Abby Sunderland had a different dream: To become the youngest person to ever circle the globe without stopping, alone on a 40-foot sailboat. Is this the story of a brilliant adventure—or really shoddy parenting?

A Gun to My Head

A medical student’s first visit to an abortion clinic.

Feb 1999

One Mouth Too Many

What do you do when a starving woman asks for food you just don’t have to give?

Lost and Found

Dave Eggers and Valentino Achak Deng—one of 17,000 Lost Boys of Sudan—talk about their collaboration on Eggers’ new novel, visiting Africa together, and the challenges of coming to America.

Nov 2006

Solution In a Pot

Ron Rivera figured out a way to get clean water to the impoverished.

The Escape Artist

Andrée de Jongh helped downed pilots elude the Nazis.

Children of God

The young women—willing wives? abuse victims?—of the polygamist Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Where Do Babies Come From?

American parents adopting Cambodian children have reason to wonder if babies were bought or coerced from their mothers.

The Holy Grail of the Unconscious

What the unearthing of Carl Jung’s Red Book is doing to the Jungs and the Jungians (and maybe your dreams).

Can the Cellphone Help End Global Poverty?

Why a corporate “user anthropologist” is spending so much of his time in the shantytowns of the world.

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Baseball for Life

Jarrod Petree is one of the top 12-year-old pitchers, and he plans on making it to the majors. Which means no basketball, no trampoline, no skateboard.