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Find Out If Your Ancestor Is Among These 19th-Century Silhouettes in This Newly Digitized Collection
The itinerant artist William Bache’s portraits are contaminated by arsenic, but now the National Portrait Gallery offers easy access
Mapped: How Much Should You Tip In Each Country?
How much should you tip when traveling abroad? The answer can vary wildly depending on the country and what type of service you are using.
Are You Leading?
We all know competent leadership means more than tasking 'to do's'. Tasking, of course, isn't leading, and it may not even be managing, but for our purposes, we'll call it 'management'.
The Most Expensive Neighborhood in Every U.S. State
Realtors and the municipality strictly define a neighborhood’s borders. But to most of us, our neighborhood is fluid. Their shape and meaning can change with every encounter, every closed store and every new arrival.
Nine Habits to Live Healthy for 100 Years
We all want to live long, healthy lives. In the early 2000s, a few demographers discovered several areas they claimed produced the highest concentration of healthy 100-year-olds in the world. According to their research, people in these areas were 10 times more likely to reach age 100 than people in the US. While some aspects of their work are speculative and partly outdated, their five so-called Blue Zones provide inspiration for developing a healthy lifestyle anywhere in the world.
Underwater Photographer of the Year 2023 Awards
Gorgeous Images. See the Stunning Shots
Millennials Make Historic Switch From Renter-Majority to Homeowner-Majority Generation
The pandemic and the evolution of the real estate market during the last few years didn’t suppress Millennials’ appetite for buying forever homes. On the contrary, most Millennials are now sipping their matchas in their own homes rather than in rentals.
3D printing promises to transform architecture forever – and create forms that blow today’s buildings out of the water
In architecture, new materials rarely emerge.
For centuries, wood, masonry and concrete formed the basis for most structures on Earth.
Business is change. There is nothing else.
Nearly two decades later, this 2004 image seems to have aged particularly well.
It got us thinking again about “Digital Transformation”. DT, as you know, is a big deal.
U.S. Census Percent Change in County Population: July 1, 2021, to July 1, 2022
Which US counties are growing (and shrinking).
19 Of The Most Beautiful Fall Destinations In New Jersey