An architecture student from Shanghai on why the buildings of New York have thoughts and feelings—and how that can be truly terrifying.
Ralphael Plescia turned an unused building into a quirky, cultural goldmine. But what will become of it all when he’s gone?
Imprisoned by the Germans, three North American soldiers spent every day in the latrine, scraping away until they reached the other side.
My friend grew up working the fields in Cuba, where Castro was the people’s patron. I was raised in Florida, where he was the face of evil. Like millions of other Cubans, she and I spent this week discussing how the truth was never so black and white.
As a twelve-year-old trainee I hand-fed hippos, hugged orangutans and was even bit by a baby tiger. Now that I’m an adult I wonder if kids these days need a little more dangerous freedom.