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In Mother of God, starving for adventure, 18-year-old Paul Rosolie struck out for Peru—aiming to spend his college break helping research mammals in the...

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In 1961, Michael Rockefeller drowned somewhere off of a beach in New Guinea while on an art expedition… or did he? Though publicly accepted,...

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Paris continues to fascinate Americans--perhaps it's the civilized streets, or the lazy breakfasts in a corner cafe, or maybe it's the echo of literary...

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Whether because of its opportunities for kangaroos sightings or the lively culture of its seaboard cities, Australia remains a favorite destination for travelers. As...

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You're the type who reads every museum exhibit placard to the letter—and five books about the gallery and its works before you've walked through...

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Bostonians are a plucky bunch: Since besting the British at Bunker Hill, they’ve honed their reputation on a brand of scrappy toughness you just...

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How compulsive are you, honestly? Maybe you love knitting--but do you love it so much you’d do it for an entire year, or travel...

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From Bud-soaked football Sundays to the 16 glorious days of Oktoberfest, there’s no question: Fall is for beer lovers. Oktoberfest, the traditional Bavarian beer...

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In his new book, “The Loch Ness Monster and Other Unexplained Mysteries,” ecologist and writer JF Derry takes the 80th anniversary of the first...

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New York is many things, but chief among them, it's a book town. Take the subway any weekday morning and it's as quiet as...

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