Proving there's a champion for everyone, we raise a glass and cheers Arnold of Soissons, the patron saint of brewers.
Newspapers may be dropping like flies but this one has just taken its first breath.
Good news! God-playing scientists have awoken a giant 30,000 year-old virus from its unearthly slumber.
In the 19th century there was a window of time where the plant world was an action adventure universe – explains author Elizabeth Gilbert in her latest book, and in Smith Journal volume 10.
Like crossbreeding a Chihuahua with a Great Dane, designers are using genetics to create the best (or weirdest) chair possible. The Überchair, if you will.
Being handy with a knife will get you far in this world. Making your own will get you further.
You've heard of open source software, but what about open source architecture? Architect Joana Pacheco is making residential blueprints available to all, for free.
Melbourne is a ‘United Nations City of Literature’. We’re not sure what that means, but we suspect the Wheeler Centre’s public lecture series has a lot to do with it.
We've long admired the printed taste of editor Rosa Park and her quarterly mag; this new project is no exception.
If you thought Hemingway’s novels were hungry work, you might find sustenance in this posthumous release – a recipe for his favourite hamburger.
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