Free for a dinner date tonight? We'll cosy up under the palm trees, beneath the eyes of Grecian statues and the bubbling of waterfalls; we'll stroll amongst Medici-inspired gardens and socialise with 200-and-something other guests who've ordered a Delmonico steak, or triple-decker monte cristo sammie.
Rodrigo Rosenberg knew that he was about to die. It wasn't because he was approaching old age — he was only forty-eight. Nor had he been diagnosed with a fatal illness; an avid bike rider, he was in perfect health. Rather, Rosenberg, a highly respected corporate attorney in Guatemala, was certain that he was going to be assassinated.
Inspired by an infamous assassin's escape from prison, the Barkley Marathons just might be the toughest race on the planet: a 100-mile-long, unsupported slog through the Tennessee backcountry that only 14 people have ever finished. Madison Kahn spoke to three of the event's regulars to get the story behind the Barkley.
After the blockbuster success of "Kong: Skull Island," director Jordan Vogt-Roberts fled Hollywood to live the expat dream life in Vietnam. Then, one night at a Saigon club, he was brutally beaten by a mysterious mob of gangsters. Who were these monsters? Soon, he began directing something entirely different — an international hunt for the men who nearly killed him.
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