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This Week in Culture: December 20, 2014

North Korea squares up against Sony, medical marijuana is officially legalized and the NYTimes interviews masters over 80 years old.

This Week in Gear: December 15 – 19

A look back at an entire week's worth of gear. ... Read More »

Decrypted: Sony Gets Hacked, The Interview Gets Cancelled, and the Wrong Message Gets Sent

What began as something eerily reminiscent of 2011 PlayStation Network outage -- a debacle that kept tens of millions of gamers offline for an unprecedented 23 days -- has morphed into something far more serious.

On Isle Royale, A Fragile Balance Between Wolf and Moose

Begun in the winter of 1959, the Isle Royale Wolf & Moose Project is the longest-running large animal study in the world.

Expedition Royale

This summer, GP's Jason Heaton set out to dive five of Lake Superior's most notable wrecks. ... Read More »

My Grandfather’s War

GP writer Bryan Campbell's grandfather became a prisoner of war during WWII's Battle of the Bulge. He was imprisoned for just over four months.

Introducing: The North Journal

Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan are too often lumped in with the Midwest. We're putting the North back on the map; call it flyover country at your peril.

New York’s Finger Lakes Wine Finds Its Way

At long last, New York's Finger Lakes wine region is gaining recognition, both nationally and abroad.

Viewfinder: Gentrification

A film by Alberto Mielgo that newly explores the familiar issue of urban displacement through mixed media and captivating panoramas.

Today in Gear: December 19, 2014

Cask-strength "Navy style" rum, DIY alcohol infusing, DIY oyster shucking and more. ... Read More »

Motorists, Here are Your 9 Winter Driving Essentials

As you no doubt will have to drive somewhere this winter, we've selected some of the best winter driving gear available to combat the snow while you're on the road.

Cannondale’s SuperSix Evo Hi-Mod Dura Ace 2 Refuses to Slow Down

The Hi-Mod Evo is a racer that's lighter, stiffer, and stronger than most everything else on the road.

This Week in Sports and Outdoors: December 18, 2014

This Week in Sports and Outdoors: nude rock climbers, the hunt for the sub-two-hour mile, how to burn more fat while running and more.

5 Lunch Boxes (and Recipes) for Grown-Ass Men

Eat healthy and save some dough without looking like you're in third grade. ... Read More »

Getting to Know Australia on the Larapinta Trail

Outdoor enthusiasts sometimes turn their backs on organized, outfitted tours. But as a first-time visitor to Australia, GP contributor Will McGough was glad to hike the Larapinta Trail with a handful of locals.

Dashing Through The Snow: Best Winter Auto Gear

As you no doubt will have to drive somewhere this winter, we've selected some of the best winter driving gear available to combat the snow while you're on the road.

Still Considering the iPhone 6 Plus? Here’s Our In-Depth Review

Starting at $749, the 6 Plus is also the most expensive iPhone ever produced, but it offers jetsetters, journeymen, and tried-and-true road warriors a few things that no Apple smartphone has before.

Today in Gear: December 18, 2014

The new Hennessey VelociRaptor, a smart desk, a Lamborghini SUV, laser-cut leather chairs and more. ...

The Ducati Scrambler Is an Entry-Level Winner

Ducati's new Scrambler is the antithesis to the brand's flagship beasts: fun rather than intense, individualized rather than perfected, accessible rather than the stuff of dreams.

Stop Letting Excuses Ruin Your Workouts

At Fitbit, tracking steps, calories, weight loss and sleep efficiency is just the start. The mission isn't to push you to perpetually break a step record -- it’s to find habits that put you on the path to becoming healthier, happier and revitalized.