Scientist and treasure hunter Ken Hayes is searching the murky waters separating Staten Island and New Jersey to find $26 million in lost silver. He’s not the only one.
A French artist-provocateur known only as JR travels to the world’s most dangerous places and documents their underprivileged citizens—on canvases four stories tall.
After conquering the Asian market, Japanese retail giant Uniqlo sets its colorful sights on the rest of the world.
French watchmaker Richard Mille is bringing timepieces up to speed, creating the most complex, the lightest and the most extravagant available.
Ecologist Marc Slattery says cures for just about everything can be found in the ocean — and he’s diving in to find them all.
New Hampshire mainstay Clark’s Trading Post is one of the last surviving roadside attractions. And with its grizzled sideshow ogre set to retire, a writer hopes to take his place.
Detroit’s getting a bright, funky face-lift thanks to a group of artists drawn to the city’s ridiculously aff ordable housing.
Fifty years after Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh Trail was hacked through the jungle, Hemispheres explores it from the seat of a motorcycle.
A world away from Sydney, the barren Aboriginal lands of Western Australia are starting to shake off their painful past.
For half a century, Cubans have kept their culture alive in Little Havana. As the U.S.- Cuba relationship thaws, what will become of this Miami neighborhood?
More than 100 years in the making, Barcelona’s exquisite Sagrada Familia cathedral, the phantasmagorical masterpiece conjured up by renowned architectural madman Antoni Gaudí, may finally, almost be nearly done.
Horse whisperer Harry Nakoa takes Hemispheres deep into Hawaii’s cowboy country.
The Maldives are among the most breathtaking places on earth. They’re also among the most endangered.
Once known as a roughhewn industrial center, Chicago has been reborn as the leader of America’s urban green movement.
With the New York theater world entering a bit of a slump, theater lovers looking for a unique experience are heading off-Broadway. Way off…