Jennifer Nalewicki

Jennifer Nalewicki

Freelance writer in Brooklyn

Jennifer Nalewicki is a Brooklyn-based freelance writer who has been published in The New York Times, Smithsonian, Interior Design, Scientific American, Hemispheres...

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Smithsonian Magazine

This Summer, Try Termite Chocolate Sprinkles on Your Ice Cream ...

Canada’s Insectarium invites visitors to dine on insects as part of a special menu

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Smithsonian Magazine

The Story Behind the World's Largest Watercolor Painting | Travel ...

The massive artwork marks the opening of the MASS MoCA’s new 130,000-square-foot wing, which makes it the largest contemporary art museum in the U.S.

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Smithsonian Magazine

This Forest Will Sing to You | Travel | Smithsonian

iForest at The Wild Center combines an immersive sound experience with the lush beauty of the Adirondacks

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Smithsonian Magazine

A New State-of-the-Art Sea Turtle Hospital Opens to Patients and ...

The South Carolina Aquarium invites tourists to visit their reptilian patients, watch surgeries and even conduct mock operations using VR

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Smithsonian Magazine

11 New Art Exhibits to See This Summer | Travel | Smithsonian

From Edvard Munch to sonic arcades, these shows are worth putting on your calendar this season

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Smithsonian Magazine

The World's Weirdest Echoes and Where to Hear Them | Travel ...

Hearing things? Listen closely and you’ll begin to understand why

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Smithsonian Magazine

Five Can't-Miss Summer Light Festivals | Travel | Smithsonian

From Sydney to Providence, the world will be set aglow with millions of lights this season

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Smithsonian Magazine

The Animals That Helped Win World War I | History | Smithsonian

Newly digitized photos tell the story of animals that fought as soldiers during the Great War

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Smithsonian Magazine

Giant Harriet Tubman “Yarn Bomb” Portrait Debuts in Upstate New ...

Artist Olek’s creation is one in a series of 50 planned installations across America celebrating important women throughout U.S. history

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Smithsonian Magazine

This Moscow Subway Car Brings an Art Museum to Commuters ...

Experience some of Russia’s most notable pieces of art while traveling by train

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Smithsonian Magazine

Where to See Five of the Planet's Most Mysterious Geoglyphs | Travel

From California to Kazakhstan, these aerial-view anomalies offer a glimpse into the past

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Smithsonian Magazine

Spend the Night Howling with Wolves in Québec's Parc Mahikan ...

Get up close to these elusive mammals at this wildlife observation center along the Ouasiemsca River

Smithsonian Magazine

Spend the Night Howling with Wolves in Québec's Parc Mahikan ...

Spend the Night Howling with Wolves in Québec's Par...

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Smithsonian Magazine

Is Fungus the Material of the Future? | Innovation | Smithsonian

Scientists in the Netherlands have found a way to make slippers and other household objects using fungi

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Smithsonian Magazine

Where Do the Largest Airplanes Go to Die? | Travel | Smithsonian

Explore this 1,500-acre aircraft boneyard in the Sonoran Desert