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Japanese “herbivore men” hold a mirror to our culture

<i>This is a repost of an article from 2013. There were a lot of comments on this one, probably because it upset MRAs. To MRAs I say, cry more.</i><p>Herbivore …

55 quick and easy Japanese recipes to try tonight - Recipe Collections

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Bring nature indoors: imaginative gardening tips for city homes

Where there's no space outdoors, enterprising young city dwellers are bringing the garden indoors.<p>Houseplants are suddenly hip, but the new indoor …

Gardening

A Photo Book Presenting Japan As We’ve Never Seen It

Searching for words within Japan-based photographer Sean Lotman’s <i>Sunlanders</i>, I realized there were none, save the list of dates and locations at the …

The Met’s Jerusalem Exhibit Pursues Jihad By Other Means

Politics is the last thing that enters the mind of visitors to art museums. As modern pilgrimage sites, museums are venerated as sanctuaries of pure, …

Andy J. Miller: So You Think You’re a Creative Genius? Prove It…

There’s a famous story about Andy Warhol catching the then homeless Jean-Michel Basquiat being a creative genius. It’s one of those Cinderella / …

Have We Reached the End of the Iconic Image?

In October 1997, the unforgettable swooping metal panels of Frank Gehry’s Guggenheim Bilbao made their debut, drawing the attention of art and …

How to Write a Proposal Essay/Paper

<b>Collage Proposal</b><p><b>Introduction</b><p>In 1912, Pablo Picasso, an avid painter of nature and still life, tore part of a makeshift tablecloth and glued it to his …

Journy: Journy's Must-Read Guide to Tokyo, Japan by Journy Concierge

Updated: December 18, 2016<p>Tokyo is HUGE. Between navigating the railway system to brushing up on Japanese customs, figuring out the best way to visit …

L.A.’s 7 Most Influential Restaurants

From Chasen’s to Spago, author George Geary names the most important La La Land establishments.<p>Los Angeles is often written off as a fast-food town, …

The top five best multiple-hot-spring hotels in all of Japan

This Rakuten Travel list has us packing our tiny towels, ready for an onsen-focused vacation.<p>When looking for the quintessential Japanese experience, …

‘Museum’ (‘Myujiamu’): Film Review | Tokyo 2016

A detective finds himself in a J-horror nightmare in Keishi Ohtomo’s crossover yarn about a twisted serial killer.<p>It’s hard to get far away from …

Japanese scientists land on newly formed volcanic island

Japanese scientists are getting an up-close lesson on how volcanic islands are formed.<p>Last week, they landed on Nishinoshima, which was just a rocky …

Earth Science

A photographic journey along Russia’s 60,000km border

Submit your work<p>Send us your latest projects, which we will review and consider to be featured on our website or in the print magazine.<p>Receive our …

Megacities to ghost towns: Asia's extreme skylines - CNN Style

Written by Jeffrey Johnson, CNN<p>Jeffrey Johnson is director of the School of Architecture at the University of Kentucky (UK) School of Design and a principal with SLAB Architecture in the US. Prior to joining UK, Johnson was founder of the Asia Megacities Lab at the Graduate School of Architecture, …

19 Eerie Photos Of America's Abandoned Theaters

Show's over.<p>Brooklyn's Kings Theatre had been abandoned for over 30 years when photographer Matt Lambros first discovered it in 2009. "I had been documenting abandoned buildings for almost a decade at that point, mostly asylums, and I was looking for a new spin," Lambros says.<p>Since then he has …

New Jersey

This black woman rode across America in 1930. On a Harley.

In spite of rampant racism, she was ‘very happy on two wheels’<p>Bessie Stringfield was a legendary force during the ripening of American motorcycle …

This Remote Pakistani Village Is Nothing Like You’d Expect

Over the years, a mountainous region in Pakistan has become my second home. I’ve seen firsthand how global events have hurt locals’ livelihoods and how technology has challenged the meaning of tradition.<p>PASU, Pakistan—Sajid Alvi is excited. He just got a grant to study in Sweden.<p>“My Ph.D. is about …

Travel Photography

Scenes From Underground

Caves and tunnels have always been part of human life. We've grown more adept at shaping these underground shelters and passages over the millennia, and today we dig for hundreds of reasons. We excavate to find both literal and cultural treasures, digging mines, and unearthing archaeological …

Times Square

Are you into Kanji? 12 must know Kanji’s for Travelers Traveling to Japan

Traveling to Japan???photo from Mooon_C on flckr.com Here is the second series of “Are you into Kanji?”. I received some feedback from my first post …

This Map of the World Just Won Japan’s Prestigious Design Award

The 2016 Good Design Award results were announced recently with awards going to over 1000 entries in several different categories. But the coveted …

Why Macedonia Is Becoming a Foodie Destination

Macedonia’s a country you’ve probably heard of in passing—one of those places in the Balkans that was once a part of Yugoslavia. A country that’s often overlooked and passed over for the more alluring countries on the sparkling coast—like Croatia and Montenegro. It’s a place that’s spent most of …

Living Rooms

Psycho thrillers: five movies that teach us how the mind works

Ten days ago in London, the Hungarian director László Nemes hosted a preview screening of his film, Son of Saul. He explained that if people didn’t want to stay for the Q&A afterwards, that was fine; he wouldn’t take personal offence. The audience giggled politely. “That’s the last laugh you’ll …

Groundhog Day

The Art of Storytelling By a Storyteller

In 1748, John Montagu the 4th Earl of Sandwich played a lot of cards in his free time. The problem he had, was that he wanted to snack, whilst still …

Old CRT TVs make for interesting musical instruments

So you suck at guitar. And piano. And drums. Well, there may be hope for you in the music biz yet if you can figure out a novel stage act, like Japanese artist Ei Wada.<p>Wada is all about repurposing old electronic appliances and gadgets into musical instruments. At a recent performance at the …

Guitar

FEMALE GHOSTS

I tre volti della paura (Black Sabbath) (1963)<p>One of the daffiest aspects of <i>W.E.</i>, Madonna’s altogether daffy film about Wallis Simpson, is the way …

Dark Patterns are designed to trick you (and they’re all over the Web)

No, it's not only you—some user interfaces today intentionally want to confuse and enroll.<p>It happens to the best of us. After looking closely at a …

The Birth of Loop by Michael Peters

Livelooping with tape recorders, Photo Michael Peters The Birth of Loop. A Short History of Looping Music Although repetition is a major force in …