Jennifer Nalewicki is a Brooklyn-based freelance writer who has been published in The New York Times, Smithsonian, Interior Design, Scientific American, Hemispheres...
From diamonds to emeralds, the United States is full of buried bling
What many tourists—and locals—may not realize is that some of the best Chinese food in the entire city can be found in its other other Chinatown in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
There's a reason river tracing has become the country's newest adventure craze
Knight's Spider Web Farm is Vermont’s original "web site"
Go wild for the United States' largest mammals and take an American Safari
The repository, which has long provided feathers to tribes for traditional uses, also helps bird conservation researchers
Go beneath the surface of Oppenheim
This year marks Dan Kaplan’s 29th at FXFOWLE Architects, an architecture firm with offices in New York City and Washington, D.C.
An exhibition at The New Museum takes collection obsession to an over-the-top (but adorable) extreme
From snow-white sand to dunes taller than the Empire State Building, the Sahara has nothing on these majestic deserts
Grab your spoons—this delicious popup will melt in a month
If you’re familiar with brands like Starbucks, Heineken, Leica, and L’Oreal, then chances are good you’ve seen Anthony Simon’s work.
More than 100 ponies roam free on the slopes of Virginia's highest peak
Andrew Myers uses screws to make 3-D masterpieces for curious