THE ATLANTIC (Nov 2013)
The new science of old whiskey
How are bourbon makers creating cutting edge, state-of-the-art whiskey? By using Roman Empire technology. How modern science and the ancient barrel have conspird to make extraordinary spirits.
AFAR (Nov/Dec 2013)
Why does Martinique rhum taste so distinctively different? A trip to the island finds a culture of rum that's a world apart.
AMERICAN ARCHEOLOGY (Fall 2013)
The archeology of imbibing
What can you learn about the history of social drinking by digging up centuries-old shards of punch bowls and battered tankards? A whole lot, it turns out. (PDF)
ARCHITECT (Oct 2013)
How does sprawl happen — logistically speaking? A look at one of the leading firms behind the design and building of big box America.
THE SMART SET (Sept 16, 2013)
Learning from Las Vegas
Lessons in urban planning from America's least walkable city.
THE ATLANTIC (June 2013)
When a “local” “craft” spirit is neither.
IMBIBE (May/June 2013)
A City Built on Yesterday
The past and the future find common ground in New Orleans cocktails.