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Ready for a dinosaur road trip? We have a list of top dinosaur "evotourism" destinations just for you
December 20, 2011 | By Brian Switek
Arthur Radebaugh's vision of a road-creating machine may not have been a figment of just his imagination- a Disney-produced television program had a similar idea
December 16, 2011 | By Matt Novak
The famed comic book character, now a Steven Spielberg-Peter Jackson film, is a nifty way to know the Belgian capital
December 15, 2011 | By Susan Spano
From guarding cars to stomping around New Jersey, dinosaurs have been prominent in this week's headlines
December 14, 2011 | By Brian Switek
"It just felt like what we would do. We were travelers. It was in our blood, and the idea that we would ever stop traveling just because we had kids never sat well with us"
December 14, 2011 | By Alastair Bland
Poor fellow. His art has ever played second fiddle to that of contemporaries like Michelangelo. But Vasari remains an important Renaissance figure, as his Tuscan hometown is eager to show
December 08, 2011 | By Susan Spano
The Republican senator and 1964 presidential candidate predicted the growth of the Sun Belt and envisioned an open border with Mexico
December 07, 2011 | By Matt Novak
At a museum in Valencia, Spain, over one million toy soldiers stand at attention, prepared to reenact the wars that shaped the world
December 07, 2011 | By Derek Workman
Film is dying, according to several reports. Or maybe it isn't. Alexander Payne, among others, chimes in.
December 02, 2011 | By Daniel Eagan
Women's clothing was a problem, and to efficiently ride a bike there was only one thing to do: Take it off
December 01, 2011 | By Alastair Bland
Though the American chef popularized French cuisine, she hasn't yet received her due in the city she loved
December 01, 2011 | By Susan Spano
The curator of the White House talks about the history of the President's mansion and how to protect the collections from tipsy visitors
December 2011 | By Megan Gambino
A trip to the floor of the Maui volcano still promises an encounter with the "raw beginnings of world-making"
December 2011 | By Tony Perrottet
Giving factory flour the heave-ho, small farmers from New England to the Northwest are growing long-forgotten varieties of wheat
December 2011 | By Jerry Adler
A new museum devoted exclusively to the work of the abstract painter is opening in Denver. A leading critic takes a close look at one masterwork
December 2011 | By Peter Plagens
Klallam tribal members make plans for holy ancestral sites to resurface after the unparalleled removal of nearby dams
December 2011 | By Abigail Tucker
By any count, sponsored films are the most numerous genre of film, and they are also the ones most in danger of being lost
November 30, 2011 | By Daniel Eagan
General Joseph Stilwell, U.S. Army hero and leader of American forces in China in World War II, had a tangible impact overseas that you can visit today
November 29, 2011 | By Susan Spano
Susan B. Anthony said bicycling "has done more to emancipate women than anything else in the world. I stand and rejoice every time I see a woman ride by on a wheel"
November 29, 2011 | By Alastair Bland
The future of food was envisioned by many prognosticators as entirely meatless and often synthetic.
November 23, 2011 | By Matt Novak