Magazine Features

Brian Fisher
August 20, 2014

Talk to the old-timers and ask them how they found their old hoss. Invariably the discussion will touch on buy and sell ads, shotgun trades and just plain old horse-trading. And later, but not by... View This

Nick Rossi
April 23, 2014

The high-desert town of Yucca Valley, California, is a solid two-hour drive due east from the Los Angeles coast and the Pacific Ocean. In between the two points are most of the locales that have... View This

Art Dudley
April 23, 2014

The combined cities of Lewiston and Auburn—referred to by locals as LA, with varying degrees of irony—comprise the third-largest population center in the state of Maine. They face each... View This

Jason Verlinde
April 23, 2014

As with all things Southern California, the Santa Monica Airport is stuck at a strange intersection of old and (mostly) new, working-class and (mostly) affluent. It’s a historic place, for... View This

Candace Horgan
March 6, 2014

A random question about working with different types of wood at the mile high altitude in Denver has clearly sparked luthier Greg German's interest. He reaches behind him and pulls out a piece... View This