The American Press

Since its creation in 2015, the American Press has surely exceeded its designer’s expectations, which started out as a graduate physics project in search of a better way to make coffee. Often mistaken for its french counterpart, this sturdy bodied mechanism has proven to be unparalleled in its cup-to-cup functionality and in the complexity of …

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Costiera Amalfitana

When people think of Italy their minds immediately go to the Roman colosseum and the amazing ruins of the city, the cobblestone streets of Florence that were once the center of the world, the charming canals in Venice, or even a nice bowl of homemade pasta and sauce made with the freshest ingredients. But what …

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Saint Augustine, Florida P.1

Between 1513 and 1559, the king of Spain chartered several major expeditions to Florida, most of which were failed attempts. After hearing about the final mission’s misadventure in present-day Pensacola, King Philip II decided not to attempt any further colonization...that was until Philip II heard about the French Protestants’ (the Huguenots) success with Fort Caroline …

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