NASA’s 3D Food Printer

From Nelson Mandela to Google Glass, David Bowie to Yayoi Kusama—a look at this year's top headlines

Three years into his five year contract, Jeffrey Deitch resigned as the director of LA’s Museum of Contemporary Art. Deitch, an initially controversial choice, entered the museum with a successful art dealing background, rather than the traditional academic, museum-based past. Deitch’s MOCA work was divisive and pop-culture oriented, drawing to mind the ambitious exhibitions he helmed at his NYC-based Deitch Projects gallery. Official reasons for …

Selfie: Word of the Year

From Nelson Mandela to Google Glass, David Bowie to Yayoi Kusama—a look at this year's top headlines

Due to the unexpected interaction of both cold and warm air masses at the Grand Canyon at the beginning of December 2013, a “once-in-a-decade” phenomenon called total cloud inversion occurred. From Yavapai Point on the South Rim to Desert View Point, the clouds created a sea-like body between rock faces and mountains, making for a wealth of heavily shared other-worldly images.

Best of CH 2013: Link About It

From Nelson Mandela to Google Glass, David Bowie to Yayoi Kusama—a look at this year's top headlines

As 2013 comes to a close, we take a moment to reflect upon the hundreds of headlines that came across our desks throughout the year, which we reported on in our weekly feature, Link About It. Below are 20 articles that not only made the news, but serve as a manifestation of the current climate and in some instances, what we have to look forward …