James Bennet, editor in chief of The Atlantic, shares highlights from the April 2013 issue of the magazine.
Sean O'Connor briefly revolutionized breakfast for thousands of people short on time and cooking skills.
The artists behind comics like Exploding Dog and the Perry Bible Fellowship describe the weird and wonderful world of creating for the Internet.
Walter Momentè runs Alidoro, famous for its mouthwatering sandwiches and authentic ingredients.
A perfect four-minute escape
The singer reflects on music, life, and love in this documentary portrait from the series New Yorkers.
A look at how the city has become a center for tech, design, and innovation
Cyriak Harris, known for his twisted visual symphonies of cats, cows, and other creatures, takes on a classic film from the Prelinger Archive.
Colin Huggins brings his passion for music to Washington Square Park
Landscapes near Canberra, Australia, take on eerie black and white hues in this video from photographer Glen Ryan.
Matt Ficke, head bartender at The Passenger's Columbia Room, whips up a 19th century classic
Heart-melting reflections on life and love
A montage of a very cute and impossibly contagious phenomenon
Mark Mckenzie began carving ice at a resort in his native Jamaica. Now he sculpts everything from baby carriages to Buddhas.
A documentary follows the groundbreaking young dancer on a journey to sharing a stage with Meryl Streep and Yo-Yo Ma in Beijing.
Meet Harry Grumbles, one of 600,000 dogs in the city
A playful short film brings the teachings of a little kid to life, making some profound points about fear, happiness, and pizza.
Artist Susan Gardner transformed her Brooklyn home into a psychedelic, eye-catching mosaic.
Cinematographers on a commercial shoot in France happened to witness this beautiful natural phenomenon.
A music video for Japanese musician Shugo Tokumaru's lively track 'Katachi,' which means 'shape.'