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Are these guys the ultimate IKEA hackers?

Are these guys the ultimate IKEA hackers?

Meet Reform, the Danish start-up transforming mass-market kitchens into designer models ... More Read More


America's best idea

America's best idea

This summer, the USA’s National Parks Service will celebrate its 100th birthday. Since the service was founded in 1916, its parks have played host to hikers, climbers, skiers and some of the world’s most hard-core adventurers. We asked some of these extreme sportsmen and women to talk about the parks that inspire them... ... More Read More

How much does it cost to save a dog’s life?

How much does it cost to save a dog’s life?

According to Chrissy Beckles, who runs Puerto Rico’s The Sato Project, the magic number is US$1,000. That’s the price of taking an animal from the island’s notorious Dead Dog Beach, getting it vetted, vaccinated, neutered, microchipped, and then transporting it to a loving family in the mainland USA. Over the last ten years, Beckles has helped to save more than 1,500 animals here. Now she’s set her sights on an even more difficult task: educating the next generation…... More Read More


One man's trash...

One man's trash...

The NYC Department of Sanitation garage in East Harlem is home to one of the most intriguing collections of found objects in the country. We meet the worker who’s made garbage curation his life’s work… ... More Read More

Still dreamin'

Still dreamin'

Fifty years since its California sound took over the airwaves, Laurel Canyon, LA’s mythic rock ’n’ roll neighbourhood, is inspiring a whole new generation of musicians. But, asks Mike MacEacheran, is it still the craziest place in America?... More Read More