Daniel Miller goes behind the scenes to report on the famed red carpet that graces the entrance to the Oscars. What you learn about the care, installation, and true color of this 50,000 square foot rug may just surprise you.
In 1995, twenty-one year old novelist Mariana Enriquez came to fame in Argentina on the power of a single novel built around youthful subcultures, drugs, and her love of Emily Bronte, David Bowie and Iggy Pop, then she quickly sank back into the shadows. She liked it that way.
On reality, writing, publishing, fiction, non-fiction, Doris Lessing, and femininity: a writer muses on writing that impacted her, and what it means to write fiction at all.
From butler cafes and cat cafes to dinners eaten in front of robots, Tokyo offers visitors a range of over-the-top, touristy experiences as beloved for their camp as their escapism, but what does the city’s themed experiences reveal about its unique psyche? Does it have to mean anything at all?
The secrets behind the famed red carpet at the Oscar Awards, revealed.
On the agonizing waiting period after an inconclusive ultrasound and whether there is such a thing as a good miscarriage.
Rorschach tests may have fallen out of favor among psychologists, but maybe their real value is as pieces of art?
Cosmetic companies like Estée Lauder Cos., the company behind MAC, Clinique, and other popular brands have been battling counterfeit cosmetics for years. But the rise of sourcing websites such as China’s Alibaba has made it even easier for people to buy counterfeit makeup in bulk and sell them to unsuspecting buyers who believe they’re getting a deal on real products.
As automation reduces the need for human labor, some Silicon Valley executives think a universal income will be the answer — and the beta test is happening in Kenya.
The quest for a zero-calorie sweetener is getting more urgent — and harder than ever. Will the science and economics of Big Food finally get us to the fake-sugar grail?
Spencer Seabrooke wanted to break a slacklining record. The only problem was that if he failed, he’d die.