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30 travel features tagged “Arts & Architecture”

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Broadway on a budget

Use these tricks of the trade to save a bundle on theatre tickets during your next trip to New York.
Read more… 04 June 2012


Chicago’s recession-proof stage culture

The city’s eclectic performance scene is the Silicon Valley of theatre, flourishing amid tough economic times.
Read more… 08 May 2012


Trash to treasure: The mosaics of Isaiah Zagar

Walk down Philadelphia’s South Street and through the passageways of the Magic Gardens to catch a glimpse into the heart and mind of one of the city’s greatest creative spirits.
Read more… 27 December 2011


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Philadelphia’s dark side

Cultural oddities mingle among the city’s more mainstream museums, inviting visitors to walk in the footsteps of Edgar Allan Poe and examine Albert Einstein’s brain.
Read more… 23 December 2011


Worldwide Weird

A pilgrimage to Nebraska’s Carhenge

In Alliance, vintage cars replace standing stones in a piece-by-piece replica of the ancient English site of Stonehenge.
Read more… 20 December 2011


Worldwide Weird

A museum for bad art in Boston

The 600-piece collection showcases all of the categories found in any major art museum, like landscapes, but also contains peculiar genres like “blue people” and “poor traits”.
Read more… 06 December 2011


Building the Golden Gate Bridge

The creation of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, which opened in 1937, marked the beginning of an architectural wonder and major American icon.
21 October 2011


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The futurist: The sustainable Spaceport America

The first commercial space terminal in the world is nearly complete, making significant strides in both space travel and sustainable design.
Read more… 20 October 2011


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The changing landscape of Philadelphia’s museums

In a city known for its history, Philadelphia is making a number of changes to its future offerings.
Read more… 18 May 2011


The rebirth of Detroit amid modern-day ruins

As the city continues the fight of its life, artists and visionaries are breathing life into tragic symbols of abandonment and decay.
Read more… 09 May 2011


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