Ballet is an exquisite, ephemeral expression. A dancer’s delicate footwork vanishes into thin air as quickly as it’s created, but it doesn’t have to. Not anymore. Enter a pair of “smart” shoes you probably
A round-up of intimate drawings from Meriwether Lewis, Milton Glaser, Stefan Sagmeister, and other bright minds The nature and origin of creativity is the subject of many a theory. But, rather than theorizing
The Korean beauty industry is pretty much always one step ahead of the game. After all, one of our holy grails—the BB cream—comes from Korea. And, luckily for our product-loving souls, Korean cosmetics
Several years ago, 29-year-old Mihaela Noroc quit her job in Romania to backpack around the world. The budding photographer made it to 37 countries and every continent except for Antarctica. During her
These are bottles you might not easily find on the shelves of your local liquor stores. Many spirit enthusiasts turn to Caskers, an online marketplace offering a variety of artisanal and rare liquors,
We've rounded up 2014's most mind-blowing images for your viewing pleasure Each week at Popular Science, the staff scours the web for the most amazing images from the realms of science and technology.
Heartbreaking Beauties On Display In Varying States Of Decay We all dream about taking a drive and discovering the mythical barn find of a vintage Shelby Cobra or Porsche Speedster hidden way under a totally
If you had to describe your city in one beverage, what would it be? Apparently, Paris is a big, classy glass of cabernet, with a side of lipstick and a misty moon floating above. In "A Place To Go, Please,"
Three cocktails later, Danika remembers, the couple had decided to quit their jobs to travel abroad for six months. "Chris can pretty much get me to say anything when he bribes me with good food and cocktails!"
It isn’t every day that a street criminal—a high-school dropout with two felony convictions—is accused of stealing a centuries-old violin worth as much as $6 million. But nothing about the heist of the
(CNN) — A second worker tests positive for Ebola at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. A nurses' union issues a blistering critique. And WHO fears the outbreak will get far worse before it gets better.