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Historic Menus from 'Round the World

140 Years of Menu Design

Like a starched time capsule, a menu preserves a moment. These are some of the best, preserved from around the world over the past 140 years.

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The most interesting wearable in fitness

With Athos, Has the Personal Trainer Met Its Match?

Athos is a startup that’s just a few months away from bringing to market one of the most interesting wearables yet: compression clothing capable of monitoring how hard your muscles are working, on top of heart rate, heart rate variability and breathing patterns.

Europe's best barrel rider

The Italian Wave Break

Desillusion Magazine’s editor-in-chief Sebastien Zanella followed Leo from Hawaii to Roma to gain insight into his remarkable adolescence.

Reassessing the classic home theater faceoff

Projector or TV: Is It Even a Contest?

Cost per inch of screen. It's the kind of fuzzy value calculation that warms many home theater shoppers to the idea of buying a projector in the first place. But is it really that simple?

What's New, Now

Today in Gear: February 18, 2015

The LG Watch Urbane is coming, African-made Oliberté sneakers, the Icon 1000 Basehawk jacket, a sportswear line by Skins that increases athletic performance & more.

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A Touch of Good Taste

Primer: Salt

Salt is the single most common ingredient in the world. But the stuff found in your average grocery store aisle is long shot away from the quality and distinction of naturally harvested sea salts. Here's what you should know.

Ticking off the week's news in watches

This Week in Watches: February 17, 2015

A. Lange & Söhne commemorates its founder's 200th birthday, a new high flyer from Breitling, a mechanical watch that acts like a quartz, plus a high-tech piece from Arnold & Son and a Graham that is anything but subtle.