Rituals and Traditions
Traveling through Cambodia, our writer details the history and archaeology of Angkor's ancient temples
In the South, the Gullah struggle to keep their traditions alive
How "I do" is done around the world
From a 19th century garden-party event to today's international spectacle, the storied tournament has defined tennis
At Varanasi, Hindu pilgrims come to pray—and to die—along the sacred Ganges River
Could ancient campfire rituals have separated us from Neanderthals?
Inside the little-known, action-packed world of Muay Thai boxing
Making your mark
A new type of body art ink promises freedom from forever
A coastal community struggles to preserve the North Carolina "mullet blow"
The first tomb to be discovered in the Valley of the Kings since King Tut's is raising questions for archaeologists about ancient Egypt's burial practices
Where else can you decorate the bordello and exercise godlike powers?
Today's obituary writers sum up lives famous and not with pans as well as paeans
New Kingdom customs rise triumphantly from the dead in "The Quest for Immortality," a dazzling display of treasures from the tombs of the pharaohs
At Sabbathday Lake in Maine, the eight members of the only surviving Shaker community carry on the old ways
Dueling at the drop of a hat was as European as truffles, and as American as mom's apple pie
How a few brave and smitten souls got up the courage to declare their love and propose in public, and then lived to tell about it
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