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3 Women on What They’ve Learned in Their 70+ Years of Life

9 PHOTOS click for more<p><b>When Emily, 77, told me that as long as I had enough money to pay my rent and feed myself, I should stop worrying, it was like</b> …

Breast Cancer

A French Fine Dining Restaurant with a Bohemian Twist

If you combine fine French dining, a touch of Art Deco, and a bohemian twist, you have Bibo, a newish restaurant in Hong Kong. Bibo is not only the …

Longform: Pascuales

THE PLACE IS CALLED PASCUALES. It’s outside a Mexican town, Ticoman, through several kilometers of coconut groves and swamps between the town and the …

From The Magazine: “The Road to Somewhere”

<i>Freddi Price finds a stretch of road through the Shenandoah mountains uncluttered by modern life, save the road itself:</i><p>The Road to Somewhere<p><i>By Freddi</i> …

The Flaneur: Concerning Borders

<b>Concerning Borders</b><p>Simple lines<br>that are not simply lines<br>but severances of worlds inseparable –<br>tricks of the mind:<br>the dance of deluded curtains<br>strung …

Photo Essay: Somewhere in Marrakesh…

Everyone should eat in the central plaza in the Medina at least once to truly understand the overwhelming sense of chaos, smell, taste, …

Video Postcard: Morocco

The final installment from Jungles in Paris: a video postcard from Morocco. Call to prayer warbles through the desert air while carpet weavers, …

Road Trip: California's Pacific Coast Highway

Travel<p>Strap in and get ready for an exhilarating driving experience along this twisting, cliff-hugging route.<p>An exhilarating driving experience, this twisting, cliff-hugging, 123-mile (198-kilometer) route along the central California coast takes about five hours to complete at a leisurely pace. …

California

Pack It: Patagonia Puff Pullover

Patagonia doesn’t want you to buy this jacket. Not unless you’ll love it, use it, wear it until its recycled polyester shell is fraying at the seams. …

Eric Schlosser: 'The people who are most anti-nuclear are the ones who know most about it' http://t.gu.com/p3zH6 The American author tells Ed Pilkington about his six-year all-out immersion in the terrifying and surreal world of nuclear weapons for his latest book, Command and Control Photograph: Rex

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What’s Going On In… the Mentawai Islands, Indonesia

<b>Neighborhood</b><p>More than 500,000 years ago, the islands broke away from the Sumatra, creating a rich biological atmosphere protected within the Siberut …

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A Java Escape

Medieval Meets Modern in Catalonia

Medieval meets modern in Alemanys 5, a project in Girona’s historical quarter by architect Anna Noguera. Noguera and her husband originally purchased …

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Sleep Like a Monkey: Nine Highflying Tree House Hotels (Photos)

Don't Look Down!<p>Check into one of these hotels to fulfill your childhood fantasies but with grown-up, luxury accommodations.<p>06.30.13 4:45 AM ET

Spectacular Day and Night Composite Shots of Major Cities

<i>Day to Night</i> is a spectacular ongoing series by fine art photographer Stephen Wilkes featuring urban landscapes that transcend the confines of time by presenting day and night shots of iconic cityscapes in one image. Using up to 1,500 images from a 15-hour shoot day (from sunrise to sunset), Wilkes …

Washington D.C.

Amazing Photos of Places You Need To Visit

You've thought of Paris, the Great Wall of China and the Amazon rainforest. We've thought of the not-so-typical yet completely remarkable places to …

Rocky Mountains

by Charlie Xia

40 Maps That Will Help You Make Sense of the World

If you’re a visual learner like myself, then you know maps, charts and infographics can really help bring data and information to life. Maps can make …

‘Oldest man in the world’ discovered in Bolivia, and he attributes his long-life to long walks and quinoa

He has spent a lifetime eking out a living in barren mountains but 123-year-old Carmelo Flores Laura looks set to be named the oldest living person …

Drink It Up: Beer

The first beer ever imbibed is suspected to have been quaffed by a gypsy nomad with a low brow and rudimentary idea of tools. Indeed, prehistoric man …

The Flaneur: What Some Days Look Like Here

<i>The fourth in a series called “The Flaneur.”</i> <i><br>We follow David as he bums around India: drifting from place to place, taking notes, confessing,</i> …

What’s Going On In … Montevideo, Uruguay

The largest city in Uruguay and the third most southern capital city in the world, Montevideo lines the northeastern bank of the <i>Río de la Plata</i> (in …

Sketching a Moment: Beaches

<i>While traveling, Phyllida Bluemel draws what is around her — her pen and pencil drawings below are accompanied by “verbal sketches” that set the</i> …

The Flaneur: Saturday’s List of Things to Remember and Forget

<i>The fifth in a series called “The Flaneur.”</i> <i><br>We follow David as he bums around India: drifting from place to place, taking notes, confessing,</i> …