NEW YORK -- The streets of Andorra, the tiny European nation nestled between the French-Spanish border, are a shopper's dream. The duty-fee nation is home to retailers offering the finest fragrances, the most precious of gems, and now, one of the most coveted of pitching arms. Aroldis Chapman, the Cuban left-hander equipped with a 102 mph fastball, established residency last week in Andorra, SI.com has learned.
High in the mountains where France and Spain come together, I drove for hours with just one goal -- to stand atop a ridge looking into a rugged mountain-ringed basin where nature cradles an ancient tribe. At one time, these pint-sized kingdoms were commonplace, but today only a few survive. Finally, I reached my destination deep in the rugged Pyrenees, the principality of Andorra.
The Scene spent the day in Valencia with Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. Where's the best paella in the city? Do you have a favorite Calatrava design? Send us your ideas and suggestions and read your comments below.
Top Ghanaian skier Kwame Nkrumah-Acheampong has just bumped into a couple of gates as he tears downhill over a tricky steep slope that makes up the grand slalom course at this resort in the Italian Dolomites.