Behold! The Holy Grail of Saabs

Marc Vernon, 57, of Naperville, Ill., creator and host of the Car Guys Report podcast, on his 1980 Saab 96 Jubileum, as told to A.J. Baime. I got into Saabs when I was in high school. I just loved the shape of

Medicine's Failure With Women in Pain

I became an unwell woman 10 years ago. In October 2010, the cause of the strange pains that had hounded me for years was finally uncovered, and I received a diagnosis of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE), a chronic autoimmune disease that is

So You're Going Out Again. Do You Remember How to Dress?

WITH MORE Americans getting vaccinated each day, we’re finally reengaging with our social lives—and not just for socially distant coffee dates on freezing benches or brisk walks to gossip in mask-muffled ways. We’re attending formal, long-postponed weddings, birthday parties that call for

Incredible Bike Trips You Can Easily Do Yourself

THE PHRASE “abandoned railroad corridors” probably conjures up dismal images of derelict tracks strangled with weeds. In reality, many disused railway routes across the U.S. have been resurrected as scenic bike trails thanks to the nonprofit Rails-to-Trails Conservancy and many trail advocates

12 Movies for 12 Weeks of Summer

Hollywood has a message for summer audiences: Don’t try this at home. Welcome back to the movies. Not only are major action pictures headed for big-screen theatrical releases, so are the same kinds of niche documentaries and intimate dramas that flooded streaming

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