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    Baratunde Thurston Wants You to Be Part of Nature. Right Now.

    The author of "How to Be Black" and host of the "How to Citizen with Baratunde" podcast wants you to experience the outdoors with a new PBS television series.In the midst of the pandemic,...

    Documenting India’s Distinctive Birdhouses

    Some years ago, while exploring Bhuj, a small city in Gujarat, India's westernmost state, I stumbled upon a beautiful and initially enigmatic structure: a column that supported an enclosure adorned with hundreds of holes....

    In Southeast Asia, Luxury Hotel Bargains Aren’t Hard to Find

    The region is emerging from Covid isolation only to find a dearth of the Chinese visitors who once flocked there. Some hotels are responding with deals for travelers from the U.S. and elsewhere.When newly...

    Hacking High Gas Prices: How People Are Changing Their Habits

    From changing their work hours to driving farther in search of cheaper deals, people have been making crafty calculations to grapple with expensive gasoline."I SOLD MY GIRLFRIENDS CAR CAUSE GAS PRICES ARE HIGH ?"...

    Meet Charles F. Sams III, the New NPS Director

    The park service's first Native American director, Charles F. Sams III, has plans to address overcrowding, improve accessibility and share the country's untold stories.Last December, Charles F. Sams III made history when he became...

    A Zara Home Collaboration With Vincent Van Duysen

    Plus: bungalows near a national park, a new sushi restaurant in Manhattan and more recommendations from T Magazine.Welcome to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. Each week, we share...

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    Share memories of a brilliant Interrail trip – you could win a holiday voucher

    Interrail turned 50 this year - so it's a perfect time to share reminiscences about European train trips you've made using the pass. Tell...

    Baratunde Thurston Wants You to Be Part of Nature. Right Now.

    The author of "How to Be Black" and host of the "How to Citizen with Baratunde" podcast wants you to experience the outdoors with...

    ‘A mirage at the top of a hill’: food, drink and adventure in Spain’s Vejer de la Frontera

    Just above the horizon, wild horses gallop around a white domed building while, within petting distance, a small donkey munches on wild poppies and...