Rock Hill Herald
Should city horses work for a living?
In the parlance of equestrians, a "bomb-proof" horse is one that will calmly perform all tasks asked of it, will cross streams and intersections without hesitation, and will stay quiet and docile even if a firecracker explodes near its face.
The Lincoln Letter
I meant to have this done and out in time for Lincoln's February 12th birthday, but life happens.
The carriage horses are fine
New York mayor Bill de Blasio has proposed replacing carriage horses, like this one near Central Park, with antique cars.
Miami New Times
Best Glamorous Restaurant
During the Roaring Twenties in Venice, Italy, a bartender named Giuseppe Cipriani loaned a customer 10,000 lire after hearing that the man, a wealthy Bostonian named Harry Pickering, was cut off from his fortune after his family found out he was drinking much of his money away.
Entrepreneurs of Austin: Atlas Wearables
This begins a new series by Gay Gaddis entitled "Entrepreneurs of Austin." The city of Austin is booming with big business, but has remained small in feel due to its strong entrepreneurial character that different visionaries have brought to the city.
Micro-Apartments: Boston's Housing Solution Or Developers' Cash Cow?
From New York to San Francisco, micro-apartments are the buzzword in urban planning.
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week New York, fall-winter 2014-15, day two videos
Our day two videos from New York Fashion Week's autumn-winter 2014-15 collections feature Carmen Marc Valvo, Zimmermann, Jay Godfrey, Nautica, Rebecca Vallance, Trina Turk, Nicole Miller, Charlotte Ronson, Rebecca Minkoff, Emerson by Jackie Fraser-Swan, and the Academy of Art University collections.