The shuttle era is over, but graphic artist Luke Wesley Price is determined to keep the memory from fading. A new photography book, written and designed by Price, collects some of "the most breathtaking
TravelIntelligent Travel Last week, our Food Fridays story was all about the Cuban sandwich and its roots in Tampa, Florida. Inspired by the idea of the “signature sandwich,” we started itching for more.
TravelIntelligent Travel Never mind that tea wasn’t introduced to Britain until the mid-17th century or that coffee actually preceded it to the Scepter’d Isle: The image of an English afternoon tea is
TravelTraveler Magazine Call it my double life. Each spring I tuck my passport away and turn into a blueberry farmer, tending the crop on a 40-acre organic farm in Maine. Few of my white-collar colleagues
TravelIntelligent Travel A post on the best BBQ joints in the U.S. elicited a surprisingly dramatic response. From coast to coast (and beyond), readers wrote in with alternating approval and admonishment.
TravelIntelligent Travel Ask a Canadian about his favorite dessert and “Nanaimo bar” (pronounced nuh-NYE-mo) is the likely reply. Named for the harbor town on Vancouver Island, the no-bake treat has sweetened
After discovering a pile of corpses at the scene of the Uruk-hai massacre in The Two Towers, Viggo Mortensen kicked an Orc’s helmet in rage and broke two of his toes; which is part of the reason why he
The latest observations from professional and amateur astronomers around the world show that the much-hyped comet ISON is still very much alive, and new data suggests that it may very well survive its
An "airburst" warning scale is needed for asteroids, cautions one expert. An asteroid bursting apart in midair over a city poses a greater threat to humanity than a long-feared "planet buster" smacking
Despite the two-week old government shutdown and NASA’s official online presence going completely dark, astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) have still been tweeting away and sharing
An expert discusses the rock formations and backlash after one was knocked over. Hoodoo you think you are? That's the question for two Utah Boy Scout leaders who decided that a hoodoo—that's the name a