Journalist for Fortune, Time, Centurion, Entrepreneur, Mental Floss, The Economist, The Guardian, and others. Writer for a handful of custom publications. Sometimes editor. Occasional ghostwriter.
This billionaire wants to solve California's water problem.
It’s not easy to get a short, crisp Web address.
The Californian city’s Legacy Bars and Restaurants programme is part of a worldwide movement, from Barcelona to Buenos Aires, to identify and protect places of social significance.
This year marks the 75th anniversary of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s (MGM) Technicolor adaptation of L. Frank Baum’s beloved children’s book, "The Wizard of Oz". And there’s another “oziversary” in 2014: Winkie Con turns 50.
A trip to the Integratron: a journey inside one man’s unusual dream—to reverse aging, commune with other worlds, and travel through time. (Text + photos)
San Francisco has become a shopping destination thanks to its blend of West Coast casual and cutting-edge innovation.
GoEuro users plug in a destination—from a major city to a town or even a village—and the service, which resembles Hipmunk or Kayak, returns listings for rail, air and bus transit, including schedules and pricing.
Record-breaking 700 pinball and classic arcade machines attract hundreds of players – legends and amateurs alike – in definitive proof of hobby-sport’s revival.
Warmed by the sun and cooled by the morning fog from the Pacific, California's Wine Country has the perfect climate for wine making.
One California teen has a vision to make Braille materials more widely available—and more affordable.
Camel milk is hitting the mainstream courtesy of America’s “drome-dairies.” (Text + photos)
In the Santa Cruz highlands on the Galapagos Islands, 73-year-old Adriano Cabrera has become a legend.
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Even with an array of devices and drugs available to manage the condition, diabetes is the seventh-leading cause of death in the United States.