Sure, checking for the shadow of a groundhog to see what the weather will be like sounds weird - until you find out that some people use a frog climbing a ladder in a jar instead. BootsnAll writer Jessica Spiegel explores some of the Groundhog Day-like weather forecasting customs around the world.
Public transportation is a manifestation of wanderlust in everyday life. It also guides our vision of the future. C. H. Kwak salutes forward-thinking transit systems that have helped us usher in tomorrow.
Street food is often cheap, tasty, and in many cases, more sanitary than food cooked in restaurants (anything you can watch cooked in front of you is a safe bet), plus there's no better way to taste the food of the people - those cheap eats enjoyed by locals of all ages and incomes. Jenn Miller takes us on a tour of eleven of her favorite street foods.