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The Soho House Plan for World Domination

A reporter lounges at the exclusive club for months to study the beautiful people sipping rosé poolside—and whether they’re actually doing any work.

Monday, August 31

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The Death and Life of Atlantic City

The men who say they’ll try to save the once-bustling gambling resort town.

Friday, August 28

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Welcome to Beautiful Parkersburg, West Virginia

A town ruined by the chemical C8, an ingredient in the making of Teflon.

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Heart of Agave

A small organic agave farmer stands firm against the collision of Big Agriculture and tequila.

Thursday, August 27

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Connor Goes to Hollywood

Chasing stardom in YouTube’s crowded universe.

Monday, August 24

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The Big Dig

Visiting the treasures – bear skulls, footprints, an ancient emerald necklace – that surfaced with shipwrecks at Yenikapi in Turkey.

Saturday, August 22

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John Mackey: The Conscious Capitalist

A profile of the Whole Foods CEO, who, despite a rash of problems with his company, firmly believes he’s seen the future of American business.

Thursday, August 20

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Amor Prohibido

The meaning of Selena, 20 years after her death.

Wednesday, August 19

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Black Arts

The Academy of Art University in San Francisco is very profitable for the family who runs it. But not so much for the students who attend in hopes of becoming artists.

Tuesday, August 18

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How Darrelle Revis Became the NFL's Savviest Negotiator

“In an industry in which millions of people are invested in his success – in which he’s constantly being advised, praised and berated, often by total strangers – Revis’ tranquillity might be his greatest asset. He isn’t just an island. He’s a fortress.”

Monday, August 17

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Corn Wars

The Chinese want to steal our genetically-engineered grain secrets. Why?

Saturday, August 15

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Inside Amazon: Wrestling Big Ideas in a Bruising Workplace

Amazon, America’s most valuable retailer, is “conducting a little-known experiment in how far it can push white-collar workers, redrawing the boundaries of what is acceptable.”