From a German café using pool noodle hats to a Dutch restaurant housing its patrons inside personal greenhouses, establishments all over the world are thinking of innovative ways to adapt to social distancing regulations. The most recent idea with some creative thinking comes from Paris, where a café is using giant teddy bears to keep its customers apart. A photo of a Parisian café’s outdoor seating was shared online recently, showcasing the genius idea.
With the passing of Milton Glaser, the world has lost a legend.
The allure of ancient artifacts has intrigued historians and art historians alike, but rarely do archaeologists come across age-old remnants...
The restoration of centuries-old paintings is vital in preserving cultural heritage. But sometimes, the ones charged with repairing a work of art don’t remove just layers of dirt and grime. Sometimes, they wind up ruining a painting by disfiguring it beyond recognition.
Barcelona’s opera house has celebrated its reopening to the public since the coronavirus pandemic put the world at a standstill,...
Today, the Turkish town of Iznik is best known for its stunning ceramics.
While 2020’s Pride Month is looking a little different than usual, many cities across the United States are still finding ways to support and embrace the LGBTQIA+ community. In the past, many cities have painted rainbow flag crosswalks for the occasion, but now one city is getting permanently colorful. Key West has just revealed its new, vibrant crosswalks and they’re here to stay.
Since 1937, the United States has nationally celebrated Columbus Day in honor of the explorer who claimed discovery of the...
New Zealand is seeing light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic.
For centuries, the lure of gold, jewels, and other priceless artifacts have drawn untold numbers of adventure-seekers to exotic locales far and wide. Famous explorers once hiked through unknown forests for El Dorado—the famed Lost City of Gold—and scoured the North Carolina coastline for Blackbeard’s hidden fortune. Unfortunately, the “x” that marked the spot has proven elusive for the majority of these adventurers—until now.
The area surrounding the White House is more fortified than usual.
Ahead of Washington, D.C.