The Radar: Foodie College Towns, Quickest Way to Board a Plane, 8 Must-See Fall Art Shows
- Where to Eat 101 should be a new requirement of college curricula. These university towns get it right, serving up great food and academic excellence. [The Daily Meal]
- According to research by a particle physicist, airlines are boarding passengers all wrong. A flow model, developed by the physicist and tested on a hollywood sound stage with 72 people boarding a 747, demonstrated that the popular ways of loading passengers (back to front or by “groups”) are highly inefficient. In fact, a staggered approach was the fastest. [Huffington Post]
- Visitors to Washington, D.C. this winter should be sure to catch two Andy Warhol exhibits on display: Warhol: Headlines at the National Gallery of Art and Shadows at the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Discover additional must-see fall art exhibitions around the world. [Daily Beast]
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