Built in 161 AD, the Odeon of Herodes Atticus stands as one of the world’s oldest performance venues. Two millennia after its construction, audiences can still enjoy shows here from May to October.
Imagine this scene: as the sun sets over the bustling streets of Los Angeles, at 1923 South Santa Fe Avenue, a warm glow envelops a gathering of art enthusiasts, collectors, and creatives. They’ve come from near and far, converging at the eagerly anticipated opening of Abigail Ogilvy Gallery’s latest venue. The occasion? The electrifying debut of the “Big Time Sensuality” exhibition, meticulously curated by the spirited Alexandra Terry.
You’ve heard of structures made from pine. However, have you heard of a house shaped like a pinecone? If you visit the Pinecone Treehouse in the Redwoods, you’ll get to see one firsthand!
A trip to South America allows visitors to experience diverse landscapes, from lush rainforests to sandy beaches. Travel to the point where Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina meet, and you’ll also get a chance to witness the world’s largest salt flat: Salar de Uyuni.
If you had to name a souvenir someone would bring back from a trip to Russia, a Matryoshka doll would likely be the first thing that came to mind.
A garden is often an outdoor element that accentuates a house. However, at Casa VO in Brisas de Zicatela, Oaxaca, Mexico, the house accentuates the garden.
Step into the beating heart of Manhattan’s energy and culture—Harlem, a pulsating neighborhood that embraces diversity and hosts an array of New York City’s finest black-owned shops and restaurants. But wait, how did this captivating transformation unfold? Journey with us as we uncover the fascinating tale of Harlem’s evolution, from its humble beginnings to the dynamic and thriving hub it is today.
When most people think about a trip to Italy, they think of popular destinations like Venice and Rome. There are plenty of other hidden gems throughout the country, though, including Matera, located in the Basilicata region of southern Italy.
Numerous nightclubs emerged and flourished in Manhattan’s Harlem neighborhood during the Harlem Renaissance, a vibrant cultural movement spanning from the aftermath of World War I (1917) to the prelude of the Great Depression and World War II in the 1930s. One of the most famous was a problematic and heavily segregated establishment known as The Cotton Club or the Aristocrat of Harlem.
Austin, Texas, is home to a variety of unique vacation destinations. However, few can compete with The Bloomhouse. The Bloomhouse is an 1100-square-foot dwelling described as a “giant seashell unicorn” that is “part Willy Wonka, part Big Lebowski.” Like many other locations in Austin, The Bloomhouse has a fascinating backstory.