Today’s Front Pages

A project of the Newseum, Today's Front Pages began in 1997 as an exhibit when the museum first opened in Arlington, VA. When the museum re-opens in its new Washington D.C. location (currently slated for 2007) they will display 80 newspapers in a gallery that looks out on the U.S. Capitol. Similarly, the online component that launched last year is a daily compendium collecting the …

The Green Bakery

This new green bakery, said to be the first of its kind, just re-opened (following a brief preview in November it was closed for additional construction) in New York's East Village. All of the materials used in its construction are green, and the site gives details on all of the products. It's a thought about what a neighborhood bakery could be; a complete expression of …

2009 Chevy Camaro Concept

A couple years ago I gave a backhanded compliment to the new Ford Mustang and got lots of flame from readers. Well, here it goes again… I haven't been too excited by anything from American car manufacturers in a while (since the new Mustang) but then came the new Camaro concept, unveiled last week at the Detroit Auto Show. How can anyone not love this …