Ever had a crazy idea? How about $20,000 crazy? Find out what happens when a group of artists buys every item in their neighborhood corner store.
With no room for error, the well-being of NASA astronauts was literally in the hands of a group of talented needleworkers.
Creamy and decadent, ranch dressing resides on dinner tables across the country. Savor the history of this wholly American invention.
Does anyone really care? Artist Kacie Kinzer challenges society to reach out and help a bumbling robot prone to injury and destruction.
As annoying as it may be, there’s a reason why stores like CVS and Walgreens think we need a mile-long record of a transaction.
The seminal work of artist Robert Smithson is now the central focus of a debate over ownership and intellectual property.
Chef Mike Lee proves that dietary restrictions need not inhibit the aesthetics of a tasty, meticulously crafted dish.
The well-oiled process of global manufacturing is disrupted when an artist asks factories to make their product with an intentional error.
Your recipe for buttery-soft biscuits may be deeply rooted in the family tree, but today’s baking culture is quickly adapting to new contexts.
Through sleuth-like techniques, the photography of Lorena Turner sheds light on the hands that construct our everyday goods.
Leave your practical-minded self at the coat check; only furry puff balls and felt-skinned creatures are allowed at this touring museum exhibition.
Nothing was more instrumental in shaping the American West than the “devil’s rope,” on display in one of the most unusual collections in the country.
For a group of artists and their supporters, just because you can’t see something doesn’t mean it isn’t real and very valuable.
A discovery in a flea market leads to a salacious tale of Harry Glemby and the earliest instance of outsourcing by an American company.
Slighted by a company buyout, the fate of 138 employees at the Stella D’oro factory plays out in a new HBO documentary.