We Talked to Future’s Personal Photographer About Life in ATL
On the eve of film 'Superfly,' photographer Anthony Hilliard chronicles Future's life of dice, Lamborghinis, and a bottomless stack of one dollar bills
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This Is the Longest Floating Bridge in the World
If you need to know how to make a 230,000-ton ribbon of concrete float on one of the deepest lakes of the Northwest, ask the engineers of the Evergreen Point Bridge.
A Night in Margaritaville with Canada's Biggest Jimmy Buffett Fans
For the Parrotheads of the Toronto Maple Reefers Club, finding their own, personal Margaritaville is transcendent.
Mourning the Death of a Legendary Diner in Toronto
I visited the Skyline, an iconic diner whose decor looks like it came from David Lynch’s garage sale, for the 53-year-old restaurant’s last weekend in business.
This Former FBI Agent Tracks Down Stolen Art for a Living
Robert Wittman says what thieves don't realize is that "the real art in art theft isn't the stealing, it's the selling."
Canada's Oktoberfest Is a Hedonistic Excuse to Party
The crowd that welcomed me to Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest this year was one full of red-faced males determined to drink themselves flaccid.
From Neil Young to Roger Federer, Photographer Christopher Wahl Has Shot Them All
We got Wahl to spill the behind-the-scenes stories on his iconic portraits.
I Went to an Awkward Singles Night at a Toronto Grocery Store
What happens when you throw a bunch of singles in a grocery store and encourage them to connect without booze or Tinder?
I Got Buzzed Like Our Forefathers at a Pioneer Reenactment Village
Back in the day, beer was likened to foodstuff and often drunk as a speedy supplement for laborers' daily intake of carbs, sort of like a bread smoothie.
Pennywort Is Pho's Sludgy, Slimy Sidekick
While kale is the nutritious leafy green that's getting all the attention lately, pennywort leaves have been the go-to home-remedy in Vietnamese cuisine for centuries.
Italian Poutine Is a Stoned Nonna’s Wet Dream
Much like Canadians, poutine comes in all shapes and sizes, and can be found re-interpreted and re-contextualized into all different kinds of sloppy, delicious messes across the country.
'Cam Girlz' Is a New Documentary About How Great and Empowering Camming Can Be
"They're not porn stars: They're filmmakers as far as I'm concerned."