Wally Koval has transformed his wildly popular Instagram account Accidentally Wes Anderson into a book of the same name.

Ten Places That Could Be Straight Out of a Wes Anderson Film

A new book showcases photographs of quirky and colorful places that aesthetically—and accidentally—match the filmmaker’s style

The courtyard at Mexico City's Museo Nacional de Antropología could be a good model for a socially distant lobby space in future museums.

How Will Covid-19 Change the Way Museums Are Built?

The global pandemic will have long-lasting effects on the form and function of future museums

To make up for some of the missing income, and to bring much-needed attention to conservation efforts right now, many safari companies have pivoted to virtual experiences.

Want to Support Wildlife Conservation in Africa? Start by Going on a Virtual Safari

During the Covid-19 pandemic, the beleaguered safari industry is livestreaming game drives to draw attention to its cause

The 60,000-square-foot museum opens today.

A Champion in Accessible Design, the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum Opens in Colorado Springs

The Games may be canceled this year, but you can still get a virtual taste of glory

The patio at the Laurent House.

This Frank Lloyd Wright Home Was a Trailblazing Example of Accessible Design

The Laurent House in Rockford, Illinois, was built 40 years before the Americans with Disabilities Act became law

Bellini at Harry's Bar in Venice

Make These Eight Famous Cocktails From Bars Around the World

They might taste sweeter when you know the history behind them

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Seven Places to Get Outside This Summer—and the Environmental Heroes to Thank for Them

From Alaska to Florida, these spots offer fresh air and ample space for social distancing

Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center, East Hampton, NY, Floor of Studio, 2018.

Take Virtual Tours of These Seven Historic Homes of American Artists

A new book looks at American art through the studios of the masters that made it

Signs on the floor encourage social distancing.

The New Normal of Dining Out

Restaurants and bars worldwide are instituting unique safety measures against the spread of COVID-19. But will they be effective?

The Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival, founded in 1997, is one of the many festivals streaming offerings this year.

Eight Film Festivals Worth Attending (Virtually)

COVID-19 has caused numerous film festival cancellations. Luckily, these ones moved online

A street art piece by artist Pony Wave depicts two people kissing while wearing face masks on Venice Beach in Venice, California.

How Street Artists Around the World Are Reacting to Life With COVID-19

Graffiti artists and muralists are sending messages of hope and despair with coronavirus public art

Harvesting one of the vineyards at B Cellars in Napa Valley.

These California Wineries Are Hosting Virtual Wine Tastings

Sheltering in place doesn’t mean you have to give up the best of wine country's offerings

Susan Pringle Frost founded the Charleston chapter of the Equal Suffrage League as well as the Preservation of Old Dwellings, now called the Preservation Society of Charleston.

The Suffragist With a Passion for Saving Charleston's Historic Architecture

A century ago, Susan Pringle Frost tirelessly campaigned to save these South Carolina buildings from destruction

Local Basque traditional dancers perform at the annual Basque Festival in Winnemucca, Nevada.

How a Remote Nevada Town Became a Bastion of Basque Culture

Tiny Winnemucca, with its high concentration of Basque restaurants, is doing its part to preserve Basque traditions

A Beethoven monument stands in Vienna's Beethovenplatz.

Following Beethoven’s Footsteps Through Vienna

For the composer’s 250th birthday, visit the apartments where he lived, the theaters where he worked and his final resting place

B-52 Storage Area, Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson,  Arizona, USA

A Photographic Tour of Abandoned Cold War Sites

In a new book, historian Robert Grenville explores the haunting beauty of nature reclaiming some of history’s most notorious sites

Fuggerei, built for the poorest residents of the city, dates back to 1519.

After Almost 500 Years, the World's Oldest Social Housing Complex Is Still Going Strong

The rent of less than one Euro per year at the Fuggerei, located in Augsburg, Germany, hasn't changed either

A picture of Friedrich Miescher hangs behind a test tube with isolated nucleic acid from salmon sperm from the original holdings in the museum of the University of Tübingen.

Visit the German Castle Where DNA Was First Discovered

A museum pays tribute to Friedrich Miescher, the Swiss chemist who isolated nucleic acid in the castle's former lab 150 years ago

A Harris hawk lands on a girl's arm to collect the bait.

Six Spots Around the World Where You Can Try Your Hand at Falconry

From castles to vineyards to bird parks, these sites will introduce you to the ancient sport

The exterior of the Vinoy Renaissance Resort in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Five Hotels That Were Occupied by the Military During World War II

For a brief time in their history, these resorts served as hospitals, training grounds and operations bases

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