COVER STORY: THE MAKING OF HOLLYWOOD'S NEXT GREAT LEADING MAN: GARRETT HEDLUND (Page 76)
The breakout actor from Wannaska, Minnesota, opens up about the epic, meandering journey that lead him to his latest starring role in On the Road.

THE HOTTEST TABLES IN TOWN IN TOWN... ARE IN THE PRODUCE AISLE (Page 21)
Welcome to the newest frontier in dining: the gourmet market. Forward-thinking grocers are setting up tables after hours and serving remarkable, exclusive dinners.

DESIGN TREND: EVERYBODY MUST GET STONE (Page 28)
Innovative designers are using rock-solid concrete to make stylish pieces worth showing off.

THE BEST NEW BARS IN AMERICA (Pages 30-31)
From local favorites to the temples of master mixologists, here are the standout places to have drinks.

THE BREAKOUT: ZERO DARK THIRTY'S JASON CLARKE (Page 35)
A look at the Australian native who plays a CIA operative in Kathryn Bigelow's gripping account of the Osama bin Laden manhunt.

WISEGUY: JOSH GROBAN (Page 40)
Josh Groban won't shake his warm-and-fuzzy reputation with his sixth album, All That Echoes. But at 31, the balladeering superstar is learning to tap into his inner douchebag.

SPECIAL SECTION: SPRING PREVIEW (Page 43)
A first look at some of the season's hottest trends.

TASTEMAKER: PAUL SURRIDGE OF Z ZEGNA (Page 58)
Wardrobe advice from the British creative director of the sporty Italian line, which opens its first American store in Los Angeles this month.

WANT A PERFECT BODY? JUST ADD WATER. (Page 61)
This water-based cardio-and-strength regimen will burn calories, sculpt muscle, and help you get in your best shape ever.

PANIC NATION (Pages 68-69)
A panic attack is one of the most frightening experiences a man can endure and panic disorder is becoming mainstream in our hyperscheduled, hyperstressed world—especially among high-achieving power players.

GO FISH: THE DIET TREND OF THE MOMENT (Page 72)
More and more health-minded eaters are opting to become pescatarians—and getting slim. Fast.

WARNING: YOU MIGHT GET SUED FOR READING THIS STORY. (Pages 86)
Jonathan Lee Riches is the 36-year-old convicted fraud artist who has filed more frivolous lawsuits than anyone in American history, suing everyone from Dubya to the Kardashians, weather systems, even the Goodyear Blimp.

THE GOLD DIGGERS (Page 106)
An irresistible force is once again beckoning from deep below the Sierra Nevada Foothills, as California prepares for its second Gold Rush. At the vanguard is a new breed of prospectors who are forsaking cushy desk jobs to go in search of untold wealth.

LAST CALL: CHARLI XCX (Page 112)
The buzzy young Goth-pop chanteuse, who has already conquered the London club scene and opened for Coldplay, talks about where she came from and what we can expect from her debut album.

PLUS: Six Hotels for the Tech-Obsessed, the Best Teeth Whiteners on the Market, and the Sexiest Way to Go Green: Finally, Eco-Cars that Look Food While Saving the Planet.

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