Barge-ing Into BrooklynBy Bridget Terry
South Williamsburg will soon become home to a 79.9 megawatt power plant courtesy of NYC Energy (NYCE), with stacks lower then some of the surrounding buildings, set on a barge to be located on the west side of Wallabout Channel.
Diary of a Mad New DayBy Williams Cole
Look, the weathers nice, a beautiful, hard, gray sky. Youd almost like to pound a nail in up there and hang yourself on it. Georg Buchner, Woyzeck
Buddhism in HavanaBy Ellen Pearlman
Cubas revolution is slowly dissolving, like rain-soaked plaster into a mud-soaked puddle of Ché and sex, rations and Rum, Marxism and Santería, Soviet-style minds and Tropi-Cola enterprises.
Galapagos NowBy Beth Rosenberg
If I was asked to give advice to someone about to undertake a long journey, my answer would totally depend on that travellers liking for one science or another, and on the advantages that he found for his own studies.
In Mayan Guatemala: A Walk Among the RuinsBy Alan Lockwood
The plaza in which the Temple of Inscriptions stands is bounded, at the edge of the surrounding forest, by a partially excavated wall. At the base of the pyramids great mound stand an upright stele and a round, table-like altar, on which is carved the figure of a bound captive.
San Pedro De Atacama: An Oasis in the Driest Desert in the WorldBy A.M. Baron
For the majority of the people living in Latin America, San Pedro de Atacama doesnt exist at all, not even on a map.
Losing HeartBy Stephen S. Howie
Lately, it has become an obsession in my family to figure out what is wrong with my father. There are long uncomfortable talks about what can be done.
Progress ReportBy Ved Mehta
In July 2000, the Concorde in Paris was tragically brought down by nothing more extraordinary than pieces of its own tire sucked into its engine.