COVER STORY: BRADLEY COOPER (Page 108)
Hot on the heels of acclaimed roles in The Place Beyond the Pines and Silver Linings Playbook, The Hangover III star opens up about the dangers of playing assholes, his near miss at the Oscars, and living with his mom again.

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT BEER RIGHT NOW (Page 14)
This season, aficionados have a lot of new brews and places to toast.

COOL MUSEUMS, HOT WHEELS (Page 22)
Four new architectural marvels make worthy settings for some of the sexiest cars ever built.

THE STARLET: ADELAIDE CLEMENS (Page 35)
A look at the up-and-coming 23-year-old Australian who stars in the Sundance Channel's Rectify.

WELCOME TO PSYCHOPATH NATION (Page 36)
Once researchers found that many top CEOs and politicians likely fit the psycho bill, it was just a matter of time before self-help gurus began showing us how to become crazy—and crazy successful.

WISEGUY: WILL ARNETT (Page 42)
The 43-year-old funnyman opens up about dating after divorce, where he finally found happiness, and why he thinks it took him so long to get his big break.

TASTEMAKER: MARK RONSON (Page 48)
The Grammy-winning musician, producer, and DJ is known for being a dedicated follower of fashion. Here, he offers his commandments for hitting the most stylish notes every time.

GET A GRAND-SLAM BODY (WITHOUT LIFTING A RACQUET) (Page 61)
The current crop of tennis stars are making headlines for their ripped muscles. Want to net your own head-turning physique? We serve up their exercise secrets.

CAN THESE PILLS SUPER-CHARGE YOUR CAREER? (Page 64)
Leave Adderall to the undergrads—a new wave of smart drugs are helping successful professionals sharpen their mind and get an edge. Whether you're looking to stoke productivity, memory, or motivation, there's a bespoke brain booster for you.

THE NEW SCIENCE OF DIETING (Page 72)
Forget calories, fat, even carbs—in-the-know health buffs are battling a more insidious waistline saboteur. Introducing the anti-inflammatory diet.

WHO REALLY OWNS YOUR PERSONAL DATA (Page 92)
Thanks to an exploding number of wellness apps and wearable devices, you may be beaming bio data into the cloud right now. As the quantified-self movement picks up steam, we look at who stands to profit and whether companies cashing in on big data can use your heart rate (among other things) against you.

VIVA LOS EXÓTICOS (Page 96)
A new generation of exóticos (aka gay wrestlers), once effeminate stereotypes, are confronting macho Latin culture and challenging Mexico's traditional ideas of sexuality and gender.

LAST CALL: NICK LACHEY (Page 110)
The former '90s heartthrob is back with a new 98 Degrees album and a summer tour with other boy bands of yore—but these days the 39-year-old is singing a different tune.

+ A Sexy New Spin on the Desk Chair (Page 28), Move Over, Kale—Cauliflower is Having a Moment (Page 30), the Summer's Best Under-the-Radar Music Festivals (Page 40), the Hairstyle of the Moment: Messy but Dressy (Page 58), the Best New Shoes For Every Workout (Page 66)

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