Rachel B Doyle is a journalist and news editor at Vox Media. She reports from Europe, the US, and Africa on culture, travel, real estate, architecture, and music. Email: email@example.com
The emerging restaurant scene is making the Biblical city more than just a quick stop on religious tours.
Several venues featuring different jazz styles have sprung up in Addis in recent years, more than two decades after an evening curfew was lifted.
The rigorous design school in Weimar, Germany put on marvelous costume parties back in the 1920s.
Starting in 1902, Julian Abele designed hundreds of elegant public buildings, Gilded Age mansions, and huge swathes of a prestigious then-whites-only university's campus.
A vibrant arts scene is juxtaposed with ancient sites and traditions in Yerevan, the Armenian capital.
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania’s largest city, is host to a vibrant, wide-ranging music scene.
A flourishing arts scene in Kigali is bringing healing and reconciliation 20 years after the genocide.
Underground galleries, modern-day milk bars, and what it means when a teen says he’s “Chung.”
Nearly every few weeks an outrageous proposal was unveiled, or a ribbon was cut at some long-delayed project that had been bitterly fought over.
Two hours from London, medieval Norwich is a reader’s town, with a university that hosts literary festivals and plentiful bookstores and cafes where author readings draw crowds.
Midcentury architect Paul Rudolph specialized in the airy Bauhaus-on-the-beach homes that became a hallmark of the style known as Sarasota Modern.
The Mormon splinter faction led by Warren Jeffs had 10,000 followers and had amassed some $115M worth of property in Utah and Arizona, with holdings in five other states and Canada.
Belgrade has emerged in the post-Milosevic era with a musical scene that mixes the pop and the political.