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PHOTOS: Rubbernecking From Brooklyn

Thomas Shomaker | Posted 01.05.2013 | Travel
Thomas Shomaker

Hurricane left the southern tip of Manhattan powerless and the views from Brooklyn were spellbinding.

WATCH: Dia De Los Muertos Fills The Mission With Color

Robin Wilkey | Posted 11.05.2012 | San Francisco

Thousands of San Franciscans gathered in the Mission District on Friday night for the annual Dia de los Muertos procession and celebration. Painted...

City Living Is for the Birds

Barbara E. Royal, D.V.M. | Posted 01.23.2014 | Green
Barbara E. Royal, D.V.M.

The advantages to having chickens foraging in my yard outweigh the trouble of their care. If you are considering chickens, provided your city or suburb's code allows them, here are a few thoughts about their care.

15 Years at the Savannah Film Festival

Paula Wallace | Posted 12.29.2012 | Entertainment
Paula Wallace

For these eight days in autumn, Hollywood comes to Savannah. And every year, our esteemed guests remind us that the best of the fest is the thousands of Savannah College of Art and Design students at its center.

Panoramic Photography Without Panoramas (PHOTOS)

Hans Proppe | Posted 12.23.2012 | Arts
Hans Proppe

2012-10-23-proppe.jpgBack in the analog days I enjoyed shooting with 35mm Wide-Lux and Noblex cameras. I was not so much interested in shooting the traditional nature or cityscape panoramas for which the cameras are ideal but to photograph people in their settings whether in the street or in the studio.

Growing Your Own Coffee? Choose The Best Plants For Your Region

Kim and Barry Hovland | Posted 12.22.2012 | Taste
Kim and Barry Hovland

The terrain here in Costa Rica varies sometimes from footstep to footstep. When we decided on growing coffee, we set out to find a coffee plant that would meet our unique requirements.

OC Collects: Healthy Tensions and Aesthetic Face Offs at the Orange County Museum of Art

John Seed | Posted 12.19.2012 | Arts
John Seed

On opening night I spoke with a longtime museum supporter who told me that OCMA seemed to be regaining the energy and momentum that he recalled the institution having had when Paul Schimmel was its Chief Curator.

Live (Barely) From Austin: A Hot Time at the ACL Music Festival

Michael Bialas | Posted 12.15.2012 | Entertainment
Michael Bialas

If the twenty-something woman strumming an acoustic guitar on the corner of 4th and Congress was singing for her supper Thursday, she undoubtedly went home hungry that night. Folks, welcome to Austin, Texas, Live Music Capital of the World.

Lots of Colorful Characters at NY Comic Con

Tom Falco | Posted 12.12.2012 | New York
Tom Falco

Comic book characters, popular cartoon stars and all sorts of movie figures have taken over the Jacob Javits Center for this weekend's New York Comic Con. The huge glass structure on the Hudson River has never been so full of excitement.

Photos: Grizzly Bear at the Fox Theater in Oakland

SF Critic | Posted 12.12.2012 | San Francisco
SF Critic

Visually, Grizzly Bear looked right at home; however, this was Grizzly's first time (forgive me) occupying Oakland. They dove right in with new tracks from their critically acclaimed Shields.

Orhan Pamuk's "The Innocence of Objects:" An Amazing Catalog About a Real Museum Based on Fiction

Jane Chafin | Posted 12.05.2012 | Arts
Jane Chafin

In a week that has strongly reinforced my belief that large international art fairs, however else you want to defend them, are the worst possible, most sterile environments ever conceived for viewing art -- the amazing book that I now have before me, Orhan Pamuk's The Innocence of Objects, makes me want to stand up and shout!

World's Best Casino Dining

Food & Wine | Posted 12.04.2012 | Taste
Food & Wine

From Las Vegas to Monte Carlo and Singapore, phenomenal chefs have opened restaurants in casinos around the world. Here are Food & Wine's best picks for casino dining.

Six Picks for This Week from The Family Savvy

Sarah Bowman | Posted 12.02.2012 | Los Angeles
Sarah Bowman

Our picks this week tend to include A/C -- when will this heat leave us alone!?

Wildlife in the Post-Natural Age

Daniel Maidman | Posted 12.03.2012 | Arts
Daniel Maidman

Cara DeAngelis has curated a show devoted to a network of linked themes: domestication, wildness, people, animals and environmental disorders.

America's Best Harvest Festivals

Food & Wine | Posted 12.03.2012 | Taste
Food & Wine

Local agriculture + pie. It doesn't get much better.

The Rarest Converse Shoes Ever?

Joy Yoon | Posted 11.27.2012 | Style
Joy Yoon

The highly and hotly anticipated Converse Missoni Archive Project set to launch at Colette this Friday, will feature 20 one-of-a-kind pairs of Converse crafted from unique archival Missoni fabrics from 1994 to present day.

Put a Bowtie on It

Julia Plevin | Posted 11.17.2012 | San Francisco
Julia Plevin

For years men's fashion has taken a backseat and now it's finally having a reawakening. It's cool for guys to care about style.

PHOTOS: Visiting 'Survivor' In The Philippines

Kip Patrick | Posted 11.17.2012 | Travel
Kip Patrick

Thanks to hovering helicopters, 24-hour security and threats of arrest, local boat drivers refused to take anyone anywhere near the island where much of "Survivor 25: Philippines" was being filmed this year.

Why Roatan Is Perfect For Retirees

Islands | Posted 11.11.2012 | Travel
Islands

You may think that lazing over the reef and drying off on a hammock was the dream that turned so many travelers into retired expats.

The 2012 Social Entrepreneur Awardees

Hilde Schwab | Posted 11.10.2012 | Impact
Hilde Schwab

There is a shift of consciousness underway - and social entrepreneurs are leading the charge. It therefore gives me great pleasure to announce the 2012 awardees of the Schwab Foundation.

Dating According to Disney

Emma Brodie | Posted 11.07.2012 | Women
Emma Brodie

Here is a collection of dating advice from Disney through the ages... everything from date prep to post-date etiquette and, of course, true love:

How Architects Live #2: Peter Culley and Spatial Affairs Bureau

Jade Doskow | Posted 11.05.2012 | Arts
Jade Doskow

2012-09-06-jadedoskow300.jpgWaiting for Peter at the diminutive Charlottesville airport (complete with crafty dioramas depicting the history of the region), I expected he would show up in a sleek, 1960's sports car. He pulled up in a beat-up black pick-up truck, explaining that he used to own such a car but it bottomed out on the dirt road up to his house. I was now thoroughly intrigued.

Discovering the Life of an Artist: The Career of Ana Sacerdote

David Galenson | Posted 11.05.2012 | Arts
David Galenson

Ana Sacerdote began studying art in Buenos Aires 72 years ago, at the age of 15. Last week, at the age of 87, she attended the opening of the first solo exhibition ever held of her paintings.

Monday Morning Coming Down: Southern Decadence in New Orleans

Karen Dalton-Beninato | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Karen Dalton-Beninato

After a week like this it's too early for a cocktail, but barely. Divas are getting dressed for their numbers. "What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stronger" ends up being the most performed song of the day.

One of the World's Best Restaurants: Lunch at San Sebastian's Mugaritz (PHOTOS)

Andrew Sessa | Posted 10.31.2012 | Home
Andrew Sessa

Of the many multi-Michelin-starred meccas of molecular gastronomy that call San Sebastian home, Mugaritz is the playful one