Our annual look at the world’s hottest new hotel openings
Our yearly look at eight up-and-coming metropolises that promise to make the world a tastier, more stylish, artsier, better-designed, greener, more diverse and altogether more beautiful place
Leave the cinematography and sound editing awards to the Academy. In this, our first annual Hemi Awards, we’ve chosen our favorite films of the past year based on one simple criterion: Did they make us want to book a flight?
What to see, what to do and where to go
If you think of the Caribbean as a homogeneous region of swaying palm trees, white-sand beaches, frosty tropical drinks and not much else,think again. This collection of more than 7,000 islands is a wildly diverse melting pot, a microcosm of the entire planet where American, French, Spanish, Danish, Dutch, African, Indian, Brazilian, Mayan and indigenous influences have come together to create a wholly unique cultural hybrid. Here, we go island hopping—from ackee to zouk.
The 2014–2015 ski season kicks off to a flurry of updates, renovations and openings. From the Alps to the Rockies to the volcanic slopes of Japan, skiers and snowboarders alike will find plenty to get excited about this year. Here, we present 25 reasons—big and small—why we can’t wait to hit the slopes this season.
Five female tech entrepreneurs who never got the memo that the field was dominated by men
In the world of extreme sports, creative adrenaline junkies are giving new meaning to the term “mash-up”
Our semi-essential guide to the world’s favorite sporting event
No matter where you’re headed on summer vacation, we’ve got the stuff to get your suitcase in gear
What would yesterday’s innovators have thought of today’s tech gadgets?
While the rest of us hibernate, these 11 American Olympians are braving the ice and snow in pursuit of a medal at the Sochi Games. They took a breather to talk to Hemispheres.
Mardi Gras, the World Cup, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade? You don’t need our help to mark those events on your calendar. But if you want to eat roadkill or carry your wife for prizes, we found a few other events you might enjoy.
The best things come from places you can only reach by bridge, boat or plane
Hitting the slopes this season? Take some tips from those in the know
When it comes to luxury real estate, admit it, you like to watch
From branded street artists to 14th-century cobblers, style takes a turn for both the new and old
At its heart, adventure travel is about testing limits—of altitude, temperature and, at times, good sense. Here, some thrill-seeking pros explain the urge to take things to extremes.
What’s on the menu for 2013
Our 2013 family travel special rounds up tales of trips that, while they didn’t go exactly as planned, ended up providing memories for a lifetime