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Studio Ghibli’s global perspective celebrates a multicultural world

HBO Max launched this week, adding to its catalogue nearly every

Thousands of fireflies are lighting up the Great Smoky Mountains, and you can watch virtually

One of the best light shows in the US isn’t created

The Appalachian Trail is open, but not for thru-hikers

Sections of the Appalachian Trail started closing in mid-March, and after

Switzerland’s top court requires companies to pay share of rent for employees working from home

People who have always wanted to work from home are finally

Mexico will welcome US tourists this summer to select regions

Good news for your tropical summer vacation plans. Like several European

8 animals that take hallucinogenic drugs and enjoy it

Perhaps, at some point, you’ve dabbled in the world of hallucinogens.

Japan amusement parks ban screaming on rollercoasters

If you’ve ever been on a scary rollercoaster, you probably know

Portugal is reopening to tourists from these countries, without a two-week quarantine

Portugal will be one of the first European countries opening their

First-grader discovers 3,500-year-old artifact in Israeli desert

You might think that only professional archaeologists are capable of making

Distilleries are helping you drink more sustainably. Here’s how.

Sustainability is all the rage in the craft world. In the

Historic SpaceX launch postponed due to weather

For the first time in nearly a decade, astronauts will launch

Volunteer pilots fly puppies across the country so they can start training as service dogs

An airline could charge whatever it wants for a ticket on

Smothered, veggie, and covered in egg: 5 traditional burgers from around the world

The humble burger is America’s favorite sandwich. It’s the go-to basic

The oldest building in 100 major cities in the US

In the grand scheme of old buildings, America’s are venerable babies.

7 adorable English villages that are straight out of a storybook

While London is a hotbed of ultra modern architecture, with shiny

Flower arrangements are popping up around NYC to honor healthcare workers

The fight against the novel coronavirus has not stopped in New

Las Vegas CEO is giving away 1,000 free flights to the city to stimulate tourism

Las Vegas is eager to fill its hotels and casinos once

Redo your summer vacation this winter in the Southern Hemisphere

“Take me back to summer 2020” won’t be a caption surfacing

Some countries are paying their people to travel again, and the US might follow suit

There’s a lot of talk right now about Japan and Sicily

This California guest ranch will pay for your gas if you book a stay

The working guest Greenhorn Ranch in California’s Sierra Buttes is reopening

Europe is welcoming back tourists, but does that include American travelers?

The recent news of countries ending their lockdown and lifting travel

How the Czech Republic redefined American bluegrass

Rosta Capek grew up on bluegrass. His mother played banjo in

Camping is the lowest-risk activity you can do this summer, according to experts

Memorial Day is over, and that means summer is unofficially here.

Canadian company is using drones to plant one billion trees by 2028

We lose 13 billion trees per year and only get back

Find the French wine tasting of your dreams in the Loire Valley

Mass travel may be on hold, but wanderlust isn’t. Matador’s writers

Fire devastates part of San Francisco’s iconic Pier 45

Part of San Francisco’s iconic pier was destroyed today as flames

Pillaged 3,600-year-old Iraqi tablet seized from museum in Washington, DC

In 2014, Hobby Lobby — an arts and crafts retailer —

Rare white-coated grizzly bear spotted in the Canadian Rockies

The Clarkson family was treated to a rare surprise while driving

Bison attacks woman who got too close at reopened Yellowstone National Park

After being closed for nearly two months, Yellowstone National Park started

Big changes are coming to TSA screenings this summer

The number of travelers passing through US airports is slowly increasing.