It’s the sheer variety that strikes you first. Italy has as many hotels as it has destinations, from old-fashioned family-run pensioni in historic city centres to elegant lakeside resorts where you dine
After realizing how easy it is to make your own trail mix, you'll ditch the store-bought kind for good. Infinitely tastier and healthier, DIY trail mix allows you to precisely measure everything that into
By Andrea Sachs Andrea Sachs Travel reporter Email Bio Follow We made a packing pact for our around-the-world trip: carry-on bags only. With nearly a dozen flights on five carriers, lost luggage seemed
While some of these locations are remote, others are hidden gems often overlooked by tourists. For those in search of the best spots to visit in Asia away from the masses, we've rounded up 16 breathtaking
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Changing Planet Deep in the pit, a thin cloud of dust and dirt makes visible the shaft of light shining down from the setting sun. The top of the tomb is opened. Images of the ancient objects inside reflect
Alright, show of hands. Who out there loves bread, brunch and basically all things indulgent? Looks like just about everyone. This means you definitely need some strata in your life. These 18 eggy, cheesy
The ChampPhaidon Design Classics: 001–999. Even with ample lot size, one Boulder couple opted to go small with their new home. We’ve all seen interior design that almost brings us to the point of being
Berlin-based artist Max Gärtner produces intricate paper cutouts that have the quality of ink-drawn lines. Heads of jaguars, lionesses, and the wings of birds are all crafted using curvy bold marks that
If you love books, libraries are some of the most spectacular buildings in the world. To celebrate these monumentally important buildings, we've complied a list of the most magnificent libraries on the
American cafe culture has come a long way in the last two decades: corporate coffee has spawned near two generations of independent cafes that offer more than the old standby of roadside diner joe and
Seeing New York City's biggest attractions can mean spending a hefty chunk of your trip budget on tickets. Empire State Building? $36. The Guggenheim and the Whitney both go for $25. Even the Frick is
Creeping machines use real skeletal muscle to power their movements. Famed sci-fi author Arthur C. Clarke called them biots—biological robots that use real muscle tissue to walk or crawl. While they've
Cutting back on greenhouse gases is only one part of the fight against climate change. The planet will also need to capture and store — or, better yet, capture and re-use — the gases already out there.
NASA physicist Harold White and artist Mark Rademaker recently released spectacular images of the “IXS Enterprise,” a design for a hypothetical faster-than-light starship based on work being done in Dr.
Nutrition is a dubious science, which varies per our personal make-up. So why do we share the same FDA label? Nutrition is a slippery science, full of research that is constantly debunked by more research.
Engineers have figured out how to turn plastic trash into a material that keeps rain and heat out while letting sunlight in. Perhaps the iconic image of developing-world poverty is a small collection huts
PARIS — École 42 might be one of the most ambitious experiments in engineering education. It has no teachers. No books. No MOOCs. No dorms, gyms, labs, or student centers. No tuition. And yet it plans
He just needs to get it to them At first glance, the bright red shipping container that sits by the side of the road in a slum outside Johannesburg doesn’t look like something that could transform hundreds
Ascending the Eiffel Tower for its breathtaking views is one of Paris's undisputed thrills--just ask the 7 million visitors who do it each year. Ascending the Eiffel Tower for its breathtaking views is