For three years, unbeknownst to his friends and colleagues, David Weinberg wore a wire all day, every day. This is his testimonial.
According to eighteenth-century custom, champagne is best opened with the tip of a sword. Some in France still practice sabrage.
One of Iceland’s delicacies is — to put it shortly — rotten fermented shark. Seriously. It’s caught in the North Atlantic, ferments for six months, and enjoyed twice a year with cold brandy.
Baseball is a quiet, disciplined game, and no nation adheres to a stricter honor code than Japan.
Born profoundly deaf, Austin Chapman heard music for the first time when he was 23 years old. He reached out to friends, family and Redditors for recommendations and received thousands.
Merium and Ahmed grew up in the same village, but never took notice of each other until their families ended up in the same refugee camp in Turkey.
Sarah Golden examines life along London’s canals, through the eyes of two mischievous ragdolls.