With a fleet of cars that includes top performers from Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Aston Martin, and others, Exotics Racing offers the opportunity to race these high-performance vehicles at its 1.2-mile, seven-turn course at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where the company offers fun and instructional sessions.
“The first time I saw work on this scale, it was absolutely mind-boggling,” says Stephen Forsey, a cofounder of the boutique watchmaker Greubel Forsey, whose timepieces many collectors regard as near-miraculous feats of micromechanics.
Say “single malt,” and usually the next word to roll off the tongue is “scotch.” However, single malts can be made almost anywhere, with Ireland, Japan, and the United States being three of the most notable producers outside of Scotland.
The jewelry designer Pippa Small pays homage to the fascinating jewelry legacy of Afghanistan with a collection of large, colorful gemstone pieces ($150 to $5,000), using stones sourced from throughout the country in designs that reflect its unique culture.
In January, Cesar Garcia, LAXART’s former associate director and senior curator, opened his own Los Angeles gallery and called it the Mistake Room—a moniker inspired by Glenn Kaino’s performance art piece by the same name.
Moët & Chandon has teamed up with the Michelin three-star chef Yannick Alléno, formerly of Le Meurice in Paris, to open Le &—a pop-up restaurant set within the L’Orangerie reception space in Moët & Chandon’s historic estate, which dates back to the early 1800s.
The sports concussion crisis has fueled much research assessing concussion through imaging, behavioral evaluation or impact studies, but little to no research has combined these three modalities for a comprehensive examination of the acute effects of head impacts in combat sports. Until now.
By harnessing the power of regeneration residing in our own bodies, stem-cell therapies have transformed science fiction into reality. Already they have repaired damaged hearts, restored vision to clouded sight, and put the jump back in athletes' knees.