COVER STAR: CHRIS EVANS (page 82)
The Avengers star opens up about what he wants in a woman, his affinity for Eastern philosophy, his sometimes debilitating nerves, and how he almost turned down the career-altering role of Captain America because he was "convinced that the woods were calling" him.

THE FARMERS' MARKET FINALLY GETS COOL (page 32)
An inventory of night markets across the U.S. where you can have your pick of amazing gourmet food and a reason to stay out late: great music and drinks.

AMERICA'S NEW DESIGN CAPITAL: CHICAGO (page 36-37)
When it comes to making innovative furnishings and products, the second city is second to none. A roundup of where to shop, who to know, and what to see, plus favorite spots from the city's "it" curators.

HANGOVER CURES WORTH WAKING UP FOR (page 40)
Trade the aspirin and greasy food for these high-end cocktails. Plus five famous night owls like Tom Colicchio, share their morning-after secrets.

THE LEADING MAN: HUGH DANCY (page 45)
The self-deprecating British charmer, who currently stars in the acclaimed Broadway play Venus in Fur, talks about his upcoming roles—as a Bourgeois doctor in this month's Hysteria and an FBI agent mentored by Hannibal Lecter in NBC's upcoming series Hannibal—and the influence his wife, Claire Danes, has had on his career.

THE WISEGUY: PETER BERG (page 50)
Battleship director Peter Berg opens up about his casting choices; aging in Hollywood; his nickname, "Dirty Pete"; and what it was like to live with Ari Emanuel, the Hollywood agent who inspired Jeremy Piven's character on Entourage.

MY GROOMING RITUAL: JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE (page 64)
The multitalented superstar reveals his distaste for excessive hair product, his 'stache secret, and his passion for electric toothbrushes.

WARNING: THIS RECEIPT MAY MAKE YOU FAT (page 67)
A look at obesogens, the mysterious chemicals that can program your body to put on weight, no matter how much you exercise or how well you eat.

THE NEW RULES OF RUNNING (page 70)
Forget everything you've ever heard. It's all about technique. Eight simple steps to perfect form, the right way to warm up, how to get the most from your run, and the best running shoes on the market.

A NEW PRESCRIPTION: 12 EVERYDAY FOODS THAT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE (page 74)
What to eat to your cure ills: Strategically stock your pantry with foods that combat everything from low energy and memory loss to dull hair and aging skin.

OUR CHEMICAL ROMANCE (page 78)
Billed as unadulterated MDMA—the substance formerly known as X—the finger-licking-good powder promises a smooth, euphoric high without the tweaking and teeth grinding. It's easy to be attracted to the idea of pure ecstasy—but is it too good to be true?

LONE STAR (page 106)
A profile of Inaki Osa Ghoikoetxea, the elite athlete and hero of the all-but-forgotten sport of Jai Alai.

LAST CALL: KIMBRA (page 112)
The 22-year-old blew up after her YouTube collaboration with global pop superstar Goyte went viral. Kimbra talks about her debut album Vows and the potential dark side to becoming an Internet sensation.

PLUS: Four Picture-Perfect Cameras, Why Your Next Weekend Car Should Be A Classic, Helsinki—The Next European Hot Spot, The Perfect Beach Body—In Three Easy Steps, Four Ways to Wear a Plaid Blazer, Just A Light Coat: a round-up of the best Spring jackets, and The Enduring Appeal of the Canvas Sneaker

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