Now What?

The country voted for change. The next step is to figure out what that means. Here are answers from some leading experts.

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Foresight

Events that will matter.

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A Menu with Meaning

Chef Homaro Cantu serves up delicious meals unlike any you’ve ever had. Next on his menu: a better way to feed the planet.

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Going Green: Reducing Carbon Pawprints

Make your pet’s life a little greener with these eco-friendly products.

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Urban Acrobats

All over America, cities are becoming vast playgrounds for practitioners of parkour.

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On the Town: Cool Running

Celebrate the end of the marathon season—and autumn’s arrival—with these scenic jaunts.

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The Curious Mind of Jeffrey Eugenides

The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Virgin Suicides and Middlesex talks about the indelibility of superstition, the changing landscape of American politics and how he’s finally growing up.

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Planet of Sound: Medeski Martin & Wood

With their three-part project, Radiolarians, the members of the jazz trio Medeski Martin & Wood continue to ignore trends and go where the music takes them.

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FLYP Flicks: Amos Gitai

Fueled by a new feature film, career retrospective and box set of rarely seen documentaries, the revival of Israeli filmmaker Amos Gitai is in full swing.

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The End: Exotic Escapes

From the ocean floor to the forest canopy, some of the world’s strangest places to spend the night have been documented by explorer Steve Dobson, author of Unusual Hotels of the World.

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