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How America’s most famous farmer can appeal to left, right and center

By Andrew Jenner<p>There’s a uniform-cleaning service in Staunton, Va., where Joel Salatin buys his work shirts: castoffs marooned there by workers who’ve been fired or died or otherwise gone AWOL. Salatin gets them cheap, and he’s not picky. If it fits, fine, and so he answers the door on a Monday …

Six forgotten cocktails that deserve to be revived

Drinks expert David Wondrich shares recipes for six retro drinks worth trying at home<p>Some cocktails are stars from the moment they are born; others take a while to rise to fame; and some are unfairly consigned to the scrapheap. Here are six forgotten cocktails worth reviving.<p><b>New York Sour recipe</b><p>The …

Millennials Insist The Future Will Be Shared

<b>Editor’s note:</b> <i>Mike Montgomery is the executive director of CALinnovates.</i><p>What happens when 80-year-old laws meet 21st-century millennial? We’re about to find out. In California, the state Department of Motor Vehicles threatened the future of ride sharing by dusting off a 1930s law that requires …

The Grand Canyon: Millions of Years in the Making

Travel<p><b>Location: Arizona<br>Established: February 26, 1919<br>Size: 1,217,403 acres</b><p>The road to the Grand Canyon from the south crosses a gently rising plateau that gives no hint at what is about to unfold. You wonder if you have made a wrong turn. All at once an immense gorge a mile deep and up to 18 miles …

Grand Canyon

The Amazing Illuminations Shows the Badass-side of the Pop Culture Characters

There is a hidden evil in everyone’s mind. Releasing or confining it, it’s up to you, but Sylvain Sarraith tried to depict the badass-side of the pop …