Want to drink like Da Vinci? Some Italian restaurants are reviving a 17th-century trend of contactless wine windows.
Tag Archives: Culture
Keep Calm With This New Museum Survival Kit
A group of museums are collaborating on a project to explore the history of human resilience during tough times.
The Brightly Colored History of the Hawaiian Shirt
The Iconic Aloha shirt has provided vibrancy and swagger to Americans throughout our darkest days.
High-Five: The History Lesson We All Need to Know
Where did the high-five originate?
Smithsonian Has Been Crushing It Lately.
For the first time in its 174-year history, the Smithsonian Institution has released 2.8 million high-images from across its collections onto an open access online platform for the public to peruse and download, free of charge.
China is Looking to Art for a Morale Boost
China’s art, from rock concerts to museum exhibits is moving online during the coronavirus outbreak.
Do Dolphins have “Culture?”
Dolphin culture? This new research is cause to change our perceptions of how we study and learn about community and culture in the animal kingdom.
The orca is one of only two species of mammals, besides humans, known to go through menopause. Biologists have long wondered what drove orcas to evolve this way. The reason has remained a mystery, but new research suggests an answer.
Living in a Van, Down by the River
Lots of folks want to be mobile these days. The emerging gig economy and skyrocketing rents have the van-life trend exploding.