A Supreme Court Win for Gay Rights, But Not in My Church | The New York Times
July 3, 2020
My denomination still refuses to ordain me. So why do I stay?
A Winter’s Feast in Montreal | Travel+Leisure
A new kind of Québécois cuisine has emerged in Montreal, where chefs are spinning the city’s heritage and their own classical-French training into something wholly unique. The creative conviviality of this culinary landscape is at its best when the temperatures drop.
Science can’t fully explain what animals do to our souls
On Leipzig | Travel+Leisure
In Leipzig, you’ll discover a new generation of artists and cultural provocateurs molding this city into one of Germany’s most dynamic and welcoming destinations.
And Still We Rise | Modern Farmer
First, the Reverend Richard Joyner got mad. Then he got a trowel. Sick and tired of seeing his congregation suffer from poor nutrition, the North Carolina minister sowed seeds of hope in a food desert.
Close to the Land | Travel+Leisure
Cornwall has always been a place apart from the rest of England—a proud and fertile province where the pasture meets the sea. But now the old traditions are giving way to something new, as the next generation of chefs, farmers, and fishermen transform their pastoral corner into a culinary eden.
Finding Faith on the Farm | Modern Farmer
A student in Princeton Theological Seminary’s agricultural program digs in the soil and tends to his soul.
A Grand Design | Travel+Leisure
In its 51-year life, Singapore has become one of the world’s wealthiest metropolises—one more concerned with commerce than art. As the city makes a culture, how will culture remake the city?
Making it Work | Inc.
There is a growing number of adults on the autism spectrum who want to enter the workforce but can’t. Meet the entrepreneurs trying to solve the challenge.
His Fair Ladies | The New York Times Magazine
In Andalusia, a lawyer teaches would-be beauty queens to express themselves.
Marcelo Rosenbaum | Fast Company
Can the Brazilian designer who gained fame for creating glamorous nightclubs and shops use his skills and ideas to attack his country’s huge poverty problem?
What Would Jack Do? | Fast Company
December 2010/January 2011
Willow Creek, one of America’s biggest megachurches, trains evangelical leaders by turning to business.
Joint Venture | Fast Company
How Admiral Mike Mullen, America’s top military officer, taps the business world to reshape strategy.
DWR: A Modern Mess | Fast Company
December 2009/January 2010
An investigation into the misdeeds and misfortunes of the furniture retailer Design Within Reach.
Rwanda Rising | Fast Company
Inside the African nation’s risky, audacious, and unprecedented plan to pull itself out of poverty and wean itself off foreign aid.
The Iron Chancellor | Fast Company
Can education reformer Michelle Rhee transform the woeful schools and navigate the tricky politics of Washington, DC?
The $3 Flight | Conde Nast Portfolio
How Air Asia is converting bus riders into frequent flyers—and upending the airline business.
The Prosperity Gospel | Time
Does God want you to be rich? To the dismay of mainstream theologians and Christian leaders, some Protestant evangelists—and a growing number of believers—say, “Yes!”
O Father, Where Art Thou? | Time
In 1966, Time asked, “Is God dead?” Some in Europe today would say he is, but the truth is, you just won’t find faith in the same old places.
Singing the Walls Down | Time
In repressive Zimbabwe, there aren’t many forms of protest left. The most promising, perhaps, is its music.
The Man With the Golden Run | Time
The James Bond film franchise celebrates 40 years with Die Another Day. Behind the scenes with Pierce Brosnan’s 007 and his sexy foil, Halle Berry.
Top of the Pops | Time
To meet the hitmaking man who puts words in Britney Spears’s mouth, you have to go to one of the nerve centers of American pop music today: Sweden.