Atlas Obscura’s new book catalogs 700 marvelous sights across all seven continents.
The Egloo is made of terracotta and needs just four tea lights to heat a whole room.
In Indianapolis, a nonprofit is turning the Colts’ old stomping ground into shade shelters, wallets, and more.
A new map marks a path through the Russian capital in pursuit of Soviet avant-garde architecture.
Snap together a bookcase, then take it apart and fashion a room divider or sofa.
The photographer Michael James Murray swirls pictures of blocks and landmarks into sphere-shaped panoramas.
The Baise-en-villes skateboard can be locked or equipped with lights, just like a bicycle.
Fall offers an excuse to spruce up your desk, even if you’re not headed off to class.
In his coming-of-age book The Cook Up, D. Watkins writes about drugs, race, and class for audiences living in different Americas.
Observe the northern lights from the comfort of your desk by simply adding hot coffee.
Wayfindr uses bluetooth “beacons” and audio navigation to guide users through labyrinthine stations.
Subway Reads connects riders with 200 short stories and book excerpts, tailored to the length of their trip.
The photographer Mark Havens spent a decade photographing mid-century architecture along the New Jersey coast.
RunGo uses turn-by-turn navigation and pre-charted routes to help runners explore the local gems in a new city.
A new book documents the city’s 20th-century obsession with glitz and glow.
This “smart” umbrella turns the sun’s rays into electricity to power its built-in flashlight, fan, and GPS system.
Classics like Yellowstone and Yosemite are here, alongside spots you might’ve never known to visit.
Navigate city canals in a vessel that goes from box to personal transport in less than 10 minutes.