Paul Schweitzer is the last typewriter repairman in New York – and one of the last in the world. But his machines will live on long after his trade does.
There is no greater liquid than that drunk from a vessel you have carved yourself.
Any adventurer needs a notebook, and no notebook is better than one you made yourself.
There's nothing like making moonshine from your own copper still to take your homebrew game up a few notches.
Uniting stonemasons, scythe makers, spoonsmiths and more, the Lost Trades Fair isn’t just a celebration of the old ways; it’s keeping them alive.
Got a barrel? You got a table. At least you can, with these handy DIY instructions. Nothing Ron Swanson couldn’t pull off on a lunch break.
Some bright spark has worked out the real-world physics behind building a working lightsaber.
Retro computing doesn't need to look so retro if you've got some of this DIY gel on hand.
Jeff Babbitt is the University of Kentucky's official 'scientific glassblower' – an awesome title we didn't even know existed until now.
You best believe this thing took longer than 12 parsecs to make. (Yes, we know that's a measurement of distance not time.)
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