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April 2011

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Joe Jonas

He's moved out of his parents' house, bagged an older girlfriend, and left his bros behind (for now). Is America ready to accept this former tween dream as a grown-up rock star?

Why Hollywood's Toughest Stars Wear Stilettos

It's clear from a raft of recent films—Salt, Sucker Punch, Kick-Ass—that the action hero of yore is dead. Long live the action heroine.

The No-Baby Boom

Worried that kids might screw up your relationship—and life? You're not alone. A growing number of couples are choosing to live child-free. And you might be one of them. Let the breeding backlash begin.

Fashion

Casting Call

Two camera-happy lovers stay home for the day, trying on (and taking off) the season's best looks.

Go for the Gold

Watches from Cartier, Patek Philippe, Audemars Piguet, and other guarantors of timeless style.

Know + Tell

The Obsession

A new museum with a comely shape and stunning façade that outshines the world-class art collection inside.

DRINKS

Six distinct and delicious flavors to spice up your cocktails. Plus: America's best small-batch whiskeys from beyond the borders of Kentucky and Tennessee, and where to find the coolest mid-century barware.

Travel

The places to stay, play, eat, and tipple in Paso Robles, California, the hottest new wine country in America. Plus: the five vintners who put it on the map.

TECH

Shoot your home movies in 3-D with these versatile new cameras. Plus: the Gucci glasses, the Blu-ray player, and the other accessories you'll need for enhancing your 3-D experience.

Home

By turning a rustic row house into a homey example of industrial minimalism, architect Guilherme Torres proves that you can get the loft look in any space.

FOOD

The only guacamole recipe you'll ever need. Plus: the perfect blender, masher, platter, and food pairings for bringing out guac's flavor.

DESIGN

The 10 indie firms that are radically reshaping the world of design. Plus: Milan's latest hot spots, and the best design flash sales.

The BODY

Equipment

Searching for the ultimate home gym? Look no further than this wall-mounted exercise system from architect and designer Antonio Citterio.

The Goods

Run the way nature intended with these stylish lightweight shoes. Plus: a running shirt with a built-in cooling system.

The Details Trainer

Prepare for—and maybe win—a 5K race with this 30-day program from wellness expert David Kirsch.

Nutrition

Our guide to healthy packaged foods will wean you off the vending machine. Plus: three flavored waters that come without the sugar rush.

Move of the Month

Master the ninja jump and get a total-body workout in a matter of minutes. Plus: the only sandbag system you'll ever need.

Celebrity Workout

Patrick Wilson, star of Little Children, Watchmen, and this month's Insidious, has a simple formula for staying ripped: Have fun, ditch the weights, and vary your exercises day to day.

Aging

The secret to maintaining youthful skin lies in eating (and avoiding) certain foods. Plus: why a proper diet is always better than a pill.

Culture

The Comeback

French actress Eva Green is best known in the U.S. as a Bond Girl. But with the racy new film Cracks and an upcoming role opposite Johnny Depp, that's about to change.

The Yes List

Five things we emphatically endorse, from a new wave of great documentaries to an invasion of hot Danish chanteuses. Plus: a can't-miss survey of street art in Los Angeles.

The Wiseguy

Will the Real Russell Brand Please Stand Up? The star of the new Arthur reboot, husband of Katy Perry, and recovering drug-and-sex addict may be hard to take seriously. But the lanky, wild-haired Brit might just be the comic genius of our time.
Style

Why your spring suits should come in fall colors, Brunello Cucinelli on the new, improved cargo pants, Adam Kimmel's collaboration with Carhartt, and how to get rugged in canvas. Plus: style advice from the duo behind the luxury sneaker line Common Projects, the seven best scents of the season, and a slim-fitting white cotton button-down from Prada.

Last Call

Jamie Hince

The Kills' guitarist on his surprisingly vulnerable new album and the hazards of writing heartfelt lyrics when you're engaged to Kate Moss.

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