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A Nile Journey Into the Past
In the 19th century, women explorers sailed the Nile, sending back vivid accounts of Egypt’s riches. A 21st-century writer travels in their wake.
Knowing Paris by Its Bridges
Spanning the Seine, of steel, stone and wood, the city’s many bridges offer lessons in history, architecture — and romance.
36 Hours in Barolo, Italy
Sleepy villages, hillsides blanketed in grape vines, pasta dusted with shaved truffles, and wine that tastes of violets: just a few reasons to visit this gastronomic paradise in the Piedmont region.
On Hawaii, the Fight for Taro’s Revival
The root vegetable was a staple food for centuries until contact with the West. Its return signals a reclamation of not just land but a culture — and a way of life.
The Latest in Translation Devices
New devices are getting closer to replicating the Babel fish, which in the “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” sits in your ear and instantly translates any foreign language.
House Hunting in … Finland
As more people move into Finland’s capital and supply is finally catching up to demand, residents are seeing a ‘new Helsinki on the horizon.’