A curated list of new album releases to refresh your playlist, handpicked for you.
Inspired by two bathing traditions—the Japanese onsen and the Scandinavian sauna—Craig Pearce added a contemporary designer’s flair to an age-old tradition. The wood-burning hot tubs are crafted in Canada, made from Western red cedar and marine-grade aluminum, a material that is one of the most recyclable around.
Because it has become so easy to write anything and have it seen by countless individuals on one of the microblogging sites, diagnoses of graphomania—the pathological impulse to write—have bubbled up from critics and social commentary. But during the pandemic, we have noticed another, more benign impulse: the eye-watering compulsion to use charts and graphs to understand reality.
The city has an austere beauty, a pleasing if slightly unnerving efficiency, and an endearing propriety—essentially, it’s very Swiss. A steepled cityscape is set against a frieze of snow-dusted Alps and bottle-green hills, Lake Zurich incandescent in the golden late-afternoon sun.
Here are two must-read books to add to your spring reading list. Featured in NUVO’s Spring Issue 92, Rebecca Peng provides an in depth review.
Dancing alone in your bedroom, you belt out lyrics dripping in angst, your body moving spontaneously to pop-punk guitar riffs. You feel the rage and euphoria and confusion of youth. You feel alive. This is how it feels to listen to the honest, energy-laden, and distinctly Gen Z songs of renforshort
You have water shortages to contend with. Soil contamination. Deforestation. There’s coffee rust, a withering fungus that can kill up to 80 per cent of a plant’s leaves. And of course, the growing peril of climate change.
The new Light Reflecting Foundation from NARS is formulated to make the skin feel good as well as look its best. Infused with skin-care ingredients, it blurs imperfections and smooths the appearance of uneven skin.
The pleasure wine gives varies according to circumstances and mood, but many drinkers look for objective ratings when buying it. Reviewers all over the world rate wines out of 100 points, and many bottles carry stickers showing they scored 88, 90, or 93 points. But the 100-point system is not the only way wines are rated.