OK Go attempts to sell its fourth studio album on DNA.
Every building's architecture affects human beings differently, but what is at the heart of that affection for beautiful buildings and the disdain for ugly ones is a universal language.
A new study reveals uplifting emotional reactions when one listens to slow, sad music.
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Here are the contenders on the short list for the 2014 National Book Award.
Subtle unease builds in this short horror story by Ambrose Bierce about the great and ancient city of Carcosa.
A journey into gravel pits, archaeology and land use through an art frame.
Vampire stories allow us to explore issues of mortality.