The anticipate the 2019 soccer season is lastly over. We huddled as much as offer you our 15 Daring, Sensible, and Completely Bankable NFL Predictions for the yr (nope, the Patriots gained’t win the Tremendous Bowl, and Aaron Rodgers is certainly having his greatest season).
In the meantime, author Tricia Romano headed to the Pacific Northwest to meet up with the most important quarterback within the sport, Seattle Seahawks’ Russell Wilson. Within the story, which you’ll be able to learn right here, we cowl every thing from Wilson’s love of the Emerald Metropolis, politics (“I’m not into politics, I’m into individuals: How do you make the world a greater place, so that you convey individuals collectively and never aside”), and that 2015 Tremendous Bowl interception.
This soccer season’s not the one factor that will probably be electrical—simply check out the plug-in electrical Harley-Davidson LiveWire. It’s simply one of many hottest new instruments, toys, and tech in our annual Type and Design concern that’s altering on a regular basis merchandise with severe innovation—and searching cool as hell within the course of.
“It was thrilling to expertise, for certain, to indicate up on my first day in 2010, and anyone put a battery pack in entrance of me, “says Ben McKinley, Harley-Davidson’s design supervisor, electrical autos. “No one at the moment was considering Harley-Davidson can be contemplating one thing like that.”
We chosen 32 different cutting-edge merchandise for the brand new concern, together with Roka’s Barton shades that provide a greater grip to your subsequent race, the 2020 McLaren GT supercar begging for a street journey, and LG’s Signature OLED TV R9, that disappears whenever you’re executed watching the sport.
Elsewhere within the concern you’ll discover senior editor J.R. Sullivan’s gripping function, “Soiled Work,” a few Tennessee coal plant accident and its aftermath that you just gained’t be capable of neglect.
Get all of this and extra in our new September concern, on stands all over the place now.
by Peter Yang