MAPS

The Saddest Map of Our Time, Courtesy of Online Dating Profiles

This fascinating exhibit takes words from millions of online dating profiles and re-maps the United States.

A Fight Is on to Save the Sounds of Turkey

Field recordists are battling the country’s leader to preserve the country’s sonic heritage amid an overhaul of its landscape.

OZY Takes You Around the World

In 2018, we’re embarking on our most ambitious project to date: reporting from every country in the world, starting with Argentina.

The Democrats Strike Back: A New Tactic For Redrawing District Lines

Partisan jockeying has already begun for the post-2020 census redistricting — and this time, it’s starting in the courts.

OZY TV

Covid's Wakeup Call | Episode Highlights

It’s time for Real Talk and Real Change.

One Way to Get Mexico to Pay for the Wall

Forget about renegotiating NAFTA or presidential strong-arming, let’s give Mexico back some territory in return for the wall.

How the West Carved up the Middle East

Mark Sykes and François Georges-Picot drew the map of the modern Middle East during World War I.

When a Country's Biggest City Lies Outside Its Borders

Countries are losing their citizens to foreign cities.

The Secret History of Paris Is Right Under Your Feet

How public art commemorates its history at a seat of knowledge.

The Famous Scientist Who Secretly Graded the Beauty of British Women

Donald Trump and Mark Zuckerberg are not the only leading male figures to make a habit of rating women.

The App That Fights the Mafia

An app called NOma uses the power of history and memory to fight the force of the Mafia.

OZY PODCAST

The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

The No. 1 Reason Not to Live in Italy

You dream of a summer home or an early retirement in sun-kissed Europe.

PredicTED: The Future of Borders

In 50 years, what will your passport say? .

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