From experimental aperitivo bars to pizza labs to Michelin-starred bistros, cool Italian establishments are filling the French capital, and Parisians are flocking to them.... Continue Reading
Month: February 2021
Steel Hub’s Comeback Preceded Trump, but He Benefits
The Lehigh Valley rebuilt its economy after foreign competition wiped out its mills. Now good times and bad memories may both help the president.... Continue Reading
The College Football National Championship Game Is When?
A 16-day gap between the College Football Playoff semifinals and the title game was not exactly by design.... Continue Reading
The Titans Slayed a Giant. Can They Take Down Another?
Tennessee’s combination of power running and a few deep passes does not look particularly modern — but it just might give the Baltimore Ravens a taste of their... Continue Reading
How ‘Muscle Confusion’ Might Help Your Workouts
Shifting, quicksilver workouts may yield mental benefits that more rote regimens do not.... Continue Reading
China Identifies New Virus Causing Pneumonia-Like Illness
The new coronavirus doesn’t appear to be readily spread by humans, but researchers caution that more study is needed.... Continue Reading
You Can Try Miss America’s Science Experiment at Home
The catalytic decomposition of hydrogen peroxide can be dangerous at high concentrations, but there is a safe version of Camille Schrier’s demonstration that is still fun.
The Coolest Architecture on Earth Is in Antarctica
Who said a polar research base had to be ugly? Gradually, designers are rethinking how to build for the world’s harshest environment.... Continue Reading
The Best Things We Bought in 2020
From a killer fly swatter to a family-worthy cargo bike, these are the things we bought this year that made our lives easier and a lot more fun.
What You Need to Know About 5G in 2020
After years of hype, carriers like AT&T and Verizon are giving consumers clarity on what their next-generation cellular networks will realistically do.... Continue Reading