These are the last remaining indigo dye pits in Nigeria’s ancient northern city of Kano.
Gestas quam, ut aliquam massa nisl quis neque. Suspendisse in orci enim.
Imitating a plan from a 1950s, one recycling company is working to trash disposable containers. A new subscription service delivers household goods in reusable containers. Then it’s collect, wash, refill, repeat—not too unlike the milkman service of the past. Read More
Tamales, sunglasses, tools. The streets of Los Angeles swarm with pushcarts and sidewalk tables brimming with trinkets and foodstuffs. In December, lawmakers voted to sell permits to the city’s street vendors—officially legalizing an already thriving industry. Read More
Among “social” media, Pinterest is different. Instagram users view others’ dream vacations that they’ll never go on. Facebookers observe holiday parties or eavesdrop as friends debate politics. But a Pinterest user can relax on the couch and plan a remodel or special event—totally solo. Read More
Sometimes, the raw material of Ali Ghomari’s work comes screaming from the skies over Yemen. For nearly four years, Yemen has been under fire from a coalition of Iranian and Saudi-backed Muslim groups. Missiles fired by coalition jets rain down on militia and civilians alike. Read More
Want a predictable room in a central location? A hotel is the way to stay. But travelers desiring something special probably look and book elsewhere. The growing popularity of online home-sharing services like Airbnb, Onefinestay, and HomeAway has hotel chains scrambling. Read More