USC Offers a Staggering Array of Mid-Century Modern Architecture Images
The USC School of Architecture has digitized two collections of slides, shot by influential architects, that document California architecture in its prime.
Remembering Zaha Hadid: Our 10 Favorite Architectural Works
Zaha Hadid, a monumental presence in architecture, passed away this week. Here are a few examples of her work.
Can an App-Connected Suitcase Make Travel Easier? This Company Thinks So
Raden's newly launched app-enabled luggage line can charge your phone, tell you how much your bag weighs and more.
Movie Review: ‘Dazed and Confused’ Finally Gets a Sequel — Kind Of
It's a "spiritual sequel" — but how does it really stack up?
The World’s Top Comic Book Collector Explains the History Behind ‘Batman v Superman’
A man with 103,000 comic books wants to explain the epic superhero crossover.
These Are the Year’s Best Board Games, According to Board Game Fanatics
BoardGameGeek just picked their winners for the best board games of 2015. Get your hands on them sooner than later.
Everything You Need for a Music Festival (Except the Drugs)
The music fest is an unbelievable experience. To the unprepared, however, it can be unbelievably trying.
The Best Books, Movies and Podcasts for Meat Eaters
Level-headed resources raising the right questions to improve your meat-eater IQ.
8 Zip-Up Boots for a Functional Alternative to the Chelsea
With selections from Calvin Klein to Maison Margiela and Belstaff to Berluti.
New York City’s Best Butcher Shops Carve Different Paths
In the Big Apple more than elsewhere, independent butchers have survived the changing market. We visited four great shops.
Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Response to Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson says 272 words in a modern, scientifically aligned response to Lincoln's great speech.
Military-Inspired Bomber Jackets Are Now Standard Issue
Bomber jackets ready for civilian life.
3D Printing the Priceless Artifacts Destroyed by ISIS
An Iranian artist makes her blueprints for the 3D printable artifacts available to the public.
How Did ‘The Revenant’ Make a Fake Bear Mauling Sound Real?
The Revenant has more trees than lines of dialogue — but that doesn't mean capturing its sounds was a simple art.
A Recipe for Goulash, the Ultimate Throwback Comfort Food
Crafted Meat demystifies what we eat and where it comes from. This is how the book does goulash.
Learning from the Racial Tension that Sparked the L.A. Riots
A narrative of four different races, one convenience store, and a violent clash of politics, preconceptions and prejudice.
Five Great Knives for Steakhouse-Quality Cutlery at Home
Whether they're a wedding gift or a gift for yourself, make sure you get the right set.
Telluride’s Avalanche Dogs Will Have a Great Time Saving Your Life
For them, rescuing isn't a matter of life and death — it's a game.
In ‘Hail, Caesar!’ the Coen Brothers Score a Win, and Explore a Failing Industry
Hail, Caesar! is a strong defender of the quirky, non-superhero flick.
The Lunch Brief: Roger Goodell, T.S. Eliot and a Musical Plea for Change
Today is February 3, it's noon, and your day in culture starts here.
An Interview with the Infamously Secretive Stanley Kubrick
Stanley Kubrick on failure and maintaining an uncompromising vision.
After the West vs Wiz Feud, a Single Question: What Is ‘Wavy’ Music, Anyway?
When the Twittersphere inspires lessons in music history.
Mos Def and the Tenuous Standing of the World Passport
What is it, where did it come from and is it legal?