Robert Klara

Why Monopoly Is the Coolest—and Cruelest—Game Ever Sold

Celebrating 80 years of bankrupting your friends and family

Dec. 17, 2010 was a nail-biter for the staff at the National Museum of Play. Its curator made the 250-mile trip from Rochester, N.Y., to New York where he sat…

Inside Jonathan Adler's Duplex, an Ever-Changing Creative Lab Packed With His Own Creations

Furnishings guru opens his doors for Adweek’s Design Issue

On a few weekends each year, an arts and crafts fair sets up shop along University Place, a narrow, leafy street in New York's Greenwich Village that borders the apartment…

Why New Orleans Tourism Is Soaring 10 Years After Katrina

A vigorous recovery, driven first by empathy and now by enthusiasm

As the world's media trains its lens on New Orleans for the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina tomorrow, stories have focused both on the tragedy and on the city's comeback.…

A Brief History of How Times Square Got So Naked

Blame Naked Cowboy if you want, but advertising started it all

“Free your mind! Free your nipples!” yelled one woman. “I’m here to watch tits,” announced a man nearby. This was Sunday. The occasion: New York’s Topless Parade, a procession of about 300…

U.K. Celebs Love Vispring Mattresses, but Will Americans Recoil at the Price?

Sleeping tight in a $30,000 bed

Americans are preoccupied with the brands that celebrities like—the clothes they wear, the food they eat, the vacations they take and the cars they drive. So here's a question that's…

Adweek Announces the Winners of Its 2015 Brand Genius Awards

Saluting the best and brightest marketing in the business

Adweek is pleased to announce the winners of the magazine’s annual Brand Genius Awards, the marketing industry’s highest honor. Now in their 26th year, the awards recognize the talented men…

Here's What Made Coca-Cola’s Green Glass Bottle the World's Coolest Container

100 years old, and still an icon

You've probably never heard the name of Earl R. Dean. Or, for that matter, the Root Glass Company of Terre Haute, Ind. But there's a good chance that you've held… Takes Its Culinary Show on the Road—in an Airstream Trailer

Who needs the Web when you've got a camper?

Tech startups have cooked up all sorts of ways to get the attention of potential customers, but in the case of, those methods won't include the Internet. The Web-based,…

Kraft's Popular Mac and Cheese Dinner Is Officially Changing Its Name to 'KD' in Canada

National nickname catches on

Quick—when's the last time you had a little KD for dinner? Don't know? Of course you do. KD stands for Kraft Dinner, which is actually Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, which…

Restaurant Websites Are Full of Bells and Whistles—but Not This One

For Le Bernardin, a site as minimalist as its brand

Creating a sophisticated digital presence for an old-guard brand is never an easy thing. But when that brand happens to be Le Bernardin, chef Eric Ripert's legendary New York restaurant,…