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A series featuring the people, places and experiences that will shape the culture in the coming years.

Games within games: With sports gambling legal, some are betting on a new kind of fan experience

Many owners and businesses are doubling down on new tech that will incorporate wagers into watching.

The future of celebrity looks a lot like Amandla Stenberg

The 19-year-old star of ‘The Hate U Give’ is redefining fame for a time when the personal, the professional and the political have never been more fused.

Pushing boundaries in country music is a risk. But it’s turning Thomas Rhett into a superstar.

The Nashville singer once thought his music might be too weird for country radio. Now he’s headlining arenas.

Dream garages: Eat, party and even sleep next to your wheels

Technology, creativity and cash allow owners to transform the lowly garage.

Elle Mills is the celebrity every YouTuber wants to be. But her fame came at a price.

The online star is learning how to cope in a world where fame and pressure come hand in hand.

Mika Rottenberg’s films can be both beautiful and repulsive. But they’re always mesmerizing.

The video artist’s work, featuring unusual women doing mundane work, increasingly examine the mysteries of the universe.

Growing the future

High-tech farmers are using LED lights in ways that seem to border on science fiction

Can we save the prized bluefin tuna, and its habitat, by growing it in a lab?

One biotech company’s work to “culture” it would eliminate the need for fishing.

Is British Vogue editor Edward Enninful the next Anna Wintour?

He has injected diversity into the staff and the pages of the venerated fashion magazine. Now everyone is waiting to see what he’ll do next.

In Colombia, adventures in former rebel strongholds

From pictographs to pink dolphins, the peace accord opens once-forbidden lands.