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Watch the Four-Minute Pub Documentary All Ale

Here's a brief (as in, 4 minute and 11 second) documentary called <i>All Ale</i> that examines the way pubs in the UK are <b>being affected by the generational shift.</b> As two young gentleman in a bar explain, they prefer to drink "shit lagers" like Foster's over the heavier old-school ales, which one of them …

Ridiculously Easy Dinners to Make on Vacation

These fuss-free dishes require minimal utensils and hardly any clean-up—and taste fresh, summery and even better with a cold drink.<p>A Fresh, Crispy …

Cooking

Summer Sides Slideshow

Plaid and Canvas: Audubon's Birds of America

Right now, somewhere in New York City, some corner of Texas, the mountains of North Carolina, or in a house in Portland, Oregon, the story of contemporary America is being written about, filmed, or painted. The art of today will be the historical documents of tomorrow, telling future generations …

10 Red Meat Recipes

10 Great Red Meat Recipes<p><i>To accompany our March 2013 Food Issue, which includes stories on everything from the Willows Inn, where 26-year-old chef Blaine Wetzel creates feverishly creative tasting menus using only ingredients found outside his back door, to the latest research on the destructive</i> …

Colombia Unexplored

No country on earth is more geographically blessed than Colombia, with its high-altitude peaks, lush jungles, pristine beaches, wildlife-rich rainforest, and strong coffee. Now that the guerrillas of the FARC are moving toward a peace accord, the land of cocaine and kidnappings may become the best …

Bee Deaths On the Rise

A mystery disease that has been ravaging the world's bees for the better part of a decade has surged in the last year, killing as many as 50 percent of hives. Now, beekeepers and some researchers say a new type of pesticide could be to blame.<p>A study carried out by scientists from the University of …