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This Week in Culture: April 24, 2015
Smelling death, nabbing a whiskey theft ring, apologizing for drone strikes, jamming to Herbie Hancock, exploring New Zealand and more.
This Week in Gear: April 20 – 24
A look back at an entire week's worth of gear.
We sent a team of four to New Zealand this winter to see what adventure looks like on the opposite side of the planet, making our way from the North Island to the sparse reaches of South Island. We returned with wild stories, films and photo essays. Welcome to Lands Afar.
Elements: Made in New Zealand
Though countries like the United States, Germany and Japan all carry a manufacturer’s badge of distinction, the quality of New Zealand goods is evidence that artisans and craftsmen come from all corners of the globe. Here are 10 products that prove it.
72 Hours in Wellington
Although small, New Zealand's capital city has surf spots, great food, craft beer, museums, film locations and killer places to crash. Don't miss Wellington.
For New Zealand’s Best Craft Beers, It’s All About the Hops
More American beers are making use of New Zealand's pungent hops. But for the best introduction, best go straight to the source.
The Golden Era of New York Radio
In the '80s, radio DJs pumped the airwaves with sounds of underground DJs, hip hop and fresh beats for the five boroughs.
Ohtel Blends New York Swank with a Coastal Kiwi Twist
Modern exterior, Mid-Century interior; Wellington's Ohtel is the best of two worlds, all set directly on the waterfront of Wellington's Oriental Bay.
Chocolate, from Bean to Bar
Miriam Ramos is pint-sized, but she packs a punch. Her chocolate, a bar-manifestation of her personality, also kicks ass.