Live your best life on Oprah's Year of Adventure cruises
In last year's December issue of O, The Oprah Magazine, Oprah declared 2017 the “Year of Adventure.” These would be her 365 days to “see, taste, touch, experience, and explore the world.” And given the way 2016 turned out, who could blame her for wanting to flee? But Oprah ... More
Somewhere outside Sequoia National Park—and somewhere inside a yurt—a group of more than 50 turban-adorned women, clad in all white, are laughing uncontrollably. One of them is kicking drugs. Another is reeling from the dissolution of her 25-year marriage. Two are pregnant. And then there’s the famous face in the ... More
Cliffside Malibu goes the extra mile (and then some) for its patients
Cliffside Malibu—with its heated lap pool, meditation garden and luxurious bedrooms—resembles a five-star boutique hotel much more than an average rehab center. And that’s just the way founder (and former addict) Richard Taite likes it. For Taite—who at his lowest point could only afford to eat one Big ... More
Does practicing it cost physicians' income—or put them on the path to fame and fortune?
Few Americans, let alone doctors, have the Q factor of Dr. Mehmet Oz. It begins with his impeccable medical credentials: A graduate of both Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania, he is vice-chair of the department of surgery at Columbia University School of Medicine. With an eponymous TV ... More
An interview with Bernie Glassman, Zen teacher and pioneering peacemaker
"So a Hollywood star and a Zen teacher walk into a room together....."
It sounds like the setup of a joke, but that phrase is actually a description of the team behind the new book The Dude and The Zen Master, ... More