Brooklyn-based photographer Joseph O. Holmes captures the magic of New York in this set he calls The Urban Wilderness. Set in Brooklyn's Prospect Park, the photos show a smattering of people enjoying a cold Winter's day.
Paris' underbelly - Getting there? It involves manholes and endless ladders. What to wear? Miner’s helmets are good. What to do? Work, party, paint—or just explore the dark web of tunnels, including the Cemetery of the Innocents.
In The Last Speakers – part travelogue and part linguist’s notebook – K. David Harrison urges readers to consider the consequences of language loss around the world and to realize what we can do to help reverse it.
Virgin Atlantic Facebook Intervention - We created an online intervention platform for Virgin Atlantic, so people can push their aerophobic friend or relative to overcome their fear by signing up for Virgin's Flying Without Fear courses.
New Jersey often gets a bad rap, known best perhaps for the mob, factories, and "The Jersey Shore." Matador provides a look at a lesser known side of NJ, with nine food and drink hot spots in New Brunswick.
Tucked away on a quiet street in Paris' 10th Arrondissement, Le Pompon is anything but timid. A former synagogue, the space has been converted into a speakeasy-style bar, a secret smoking salon and a concert venue.
Starting this month, the Eastern & Oriental Express will unveil four new rail itineraries, each of which gives travelers a condensed but in-depth immersion into some of Southeast Asia’s most scenic spots.
Thick with jungle, the 741-acre Frégate Island appears a forgotten paradise, save for the 17 villas discreetly situated along its shore. The exclusive private-island resort was the first of its kind in Seychelles.
You can stay at Le Pavillon de Galon in the Luberon in Provence, owned Guy Hervais and his wife, Bibi Gex. Le Pavillon is a restored 18th century hunting lodge surrounded by cherry and olive orchards and panoramic views of Provence.