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Link About It: This Week's Picks
1. A Pride Flag Incorporating LGBTQ+ People of Color First unfurled at a Pride Month launch celebration in Philadelphia, a new rainbow flag aims to recognize the POC members of the LGBTQ+ community. Part of the "More Color More Pride" campaign...
TRAVEL
City Guide: Hobart, Tasmania
Whether you're visiting Tasmania for Dark MOFO (on at the time of publish) or simply to see what life's like at the end of the world, there's a lot to do on this tiny Australian island. Hobart, the capital, has a rich history despite a sometimes forgotten...
CITYGUIDES
Hobart
Hobart used to be a bit of a forgotten city—oftentimes ridiculed by residents of mainland Australia—but over the past several years, this tiny island town has begun to shine and become one of the most visited destinations in the country. The historic...
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Farm Gate Market
Even if you're not planning to cook during a Hobart stay, a visit to Farm Gate Market is essential. When the bell rings at 8:30AM, business is open and visitors can grab a coffee and peruse the incredibly fresh and sometimes unexpected offerings. The...
RESTAURANTS
Dier Makr
Opening in late 2016, Dier Makr is another jewel in Hobart's culinary crown. With only a sandwich board and doorway announcing its presence, the entry's easy to miss but just beyond lies a charming, bright space. The restaurant focuses on natural wines...
HOTELS
Henry Jones Hotel
A converted warehouse and factory, The Henry Jones is Australia's first art hotel and it blends an industrial design with luxury, heritage and modernity in a manner that is ultimately warm and appealing. What used to be a jam factory, the building...
TRAVEL
Bali's Villa Oasis, Hoshinoya
With rows of verdantly waif-ish palm trees swaying ever so slightly in the foreground and the sound of utter silence surrounding you—apart from the occasional jungle chirp—it’s easy to feel suspended in another universe while unwinding in one of Hoshinoya...
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Jackman & McRoss
Much more than fresh bread, classic pastries and great coffee, Battery Point institution Jackman & McRoss has plenty of Tasmanian (and wider Australian) specialities on offer. This light-filled cafe has a distinctly Victorian style—with old-fashioned...
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Word of Mouth: Sedona, Arizona
One of the few places on earth where a pinecone can be seen beside a cactus, Sedona's confluence of flora sprouts from red, iron-rich rocks and sand. Mimicking mountains, large sandstone formations actually came to be through millennia of erosion...
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Highlights From The American Whiskey Trail
by Nicolas Stecher The American Whiskey Trail is more than a place for bourbon enthusiasts to appreciate what they've spent so much time investing in, but it's a means to do so through immersion at the source. To feel its place of origin, its terroir...
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Pocket Farmacy
Featuring some of our favorite oils from Saje, the Pocket Farmacy is a new travel essential for us at CH. The light, easily packable set includes Peppermint Halo (for headaches), Gutzy (for stomach pain) and more, so that many ailments and stresses...
TRAVEL
Summer Weekender Essentials
While warmer weekends in the city are special—allowing people to explore parks further, head to the beach, have picnics or even just sit outdoors—a getaway provides a true change in mentality. For those living in big cities, the sensation of escape...
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UTOP/A Tote Bag
Made from heavyweight 100% cotton canvas, this PAM (Perks and Mini) tote is printed on each side—with "UTOP/A" on one, and a black screen-print of a surreal scene (complete with a pyramid and an eyeball) on the other. There's a large pocket inside...
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Word of Mouth: Kyoto Cafés
When we were researching a visit to Kyoto we found Inside Kyoto to be an invaluable resource. It’s run by Chris Rowthorn, an American who has been in Kyoto for more than 20 years. Rowthorn is also the editor of the Lonely Planet guidebooks for Japan...
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Akademi Bar, Bali
When Ronald Akili opened the very first Potato Head establishment, Jakarta was aswarm with boring replica restaurants from abroad and wine bars with snooty attitudes. This didn’t sit right with the well-traveled, good-vibes seeker, so in 2009 he set...
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Word of Mouth: Melbourne Wine Bars
For such a diverse city, there's one thing that almost all Melbourne locals agree upon: pride in their food and drink. While other cities in Australia have the beaches, the weather, and the scenery, Melbourne has a nightlife and culinary scene that...
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Roadtripping From Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
by Matthew Askari It’s the smoke that first assaults the senses when stepping out of the airport in Hanoi. That, or the countless Samsung advertisements that seemingly stretch to the periphery of the eyeballs. In the van on the way to our hotel...
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Travel Shoe-Cleaning Kit
For anybody who travels for work or simply likes to make a good impression, a rainy day or unexpected spill can throw your appearance out. Perfect for some of these minor catastrophes, Jason Markk's travel shoe-cleaning kit means you won't have to...
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Word of Mouth: Edmonton
Edmonton happens to be Canada's second fastest growing region—and a leader in younger demographic growth, as well. Home to over a million and the capital the Alberta province, the city remains largely unexplored by many as it's been overshadowed by...
FOOD-DRINK
Monty's Deli Opens in London
With humble beginnings as a bustling market stall on Druid Street, East London's Monty's Deli—thanks to a successful Kickstarter that helped raise more than £50,000—has just opened its doors as a brick-and-mortar restaurant. With the additional...
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QT Melbourne
A far cry from its previous existence as a scuzzy Greater Union cinema, Melbourne's ideally located QT Hotel is opulent and super-trendy. Arriving at the big copper doors of the 188-room hotel, guests are greeted by smiley "Directors of Chaos," whose...
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