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With their rows upon rows of orderly green vines, sleek steel tanks and the occasional friendly dog, vineyards are already visually stunning places. But some wineries offer more than just great scenery – they also house incredible art collections.
From modernist sculpture in the Italian countryside to incredible installations in the highest peaks of Argentina, here are some of the world's best wineries for art lovers.
A look inside Corey Smith's Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired experiential dance performance.
From dilapidated Art Deco to rusted-covered modernism, here are some of the most stunning hotels and resorts in the world—without guests.
A look at the changing beer scene in Milwaukee, from large-format classics like PBR to the craft brewery explosion of the last few years.
Frank Lloyd Wright, but gothic. Plus puppets. That’s the distilled version of The Walls of Harrow House, an interactive theater piece from Rough House Theater in Chicago. Part puppet-populated haunted house, part rumination on design and the role of the architect, Harrow House takes the orderly elements for which Wright was famous and subjects them to anarchy, with deeply unsettling results.
A primer on how to handle ordering a cocktail if you're not sure what you want.
The history of Chicago's most-loved, and most-hated, spirit.
When my grandma got too sick to cook, my grandpa had to learn to cook for both of them.
How 'A Quiet Place' reimagines the role of food and eating in a post-apocalyptic society.
Washington Island in Wisconsin is the world’s largest consumer of Angostura bitters. But how did the potent liquid become an integral part of this tiny town’s drinking traditions?
There’s more than meets the eye to Stranger Things’ use of Stolichnaya vodka in the new season.