Architect William Hooper, who worked with us to design JFK’s state-of-the-art T5, is featured in the New York Times sharing the challenges and triumphs of designing airports. “If karma works out right, I may come back in my next life as a little dog,” he says, “something cuddly that everybody loves. In this life, I’m an airport architect, and people either like what you did on a job or hate what you did and, of course, could do it better.”
If you’re waiting for the heat to subside before you visit Houston, you may be waiting a while – but rising temperatures do nothing to keep the locals down. Art, culture and food that’s to die for is abound in this Texas metropolis, and we’re rounding up some of our best bets for beating the heat and having a blast.
No vacation to the U.S. Virgin Islands is complete without adventure—so check out these ways to stay cool, stretch your swimming muscles and venture beyond St. Croix beach.
Pack your swimsuit,All Pages flip flops and SPF when you head to the Bahamas. This island country enjoys 82 degree temps year-round, while the ocean water rarely dips below 76 degrees. From diving with sharks to snorkeling with stingrays, there’s plenty of once-in-a-lifetime adventures to check off your bucket list.