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Our pals at Tiny Atlas Quarterly have a book out this week — a gorgeous collection of photos from some incredible global locales. None of the touristy stuff, just lush and dreamy cityscapes, jungle scenes, architectural ruins, and too-good-to-seem-true beaches. – Jeralyn, editorial director
Visiting at least one of the U.S. national parks is on my to-do list for 2019. Starting my research with this in-depth guide to all 60 of them. - Berit, senior editor
"Educate a boy and you educate a man. Educate a girl and you change the next generation." That's the message behind the documentary being filmed about teenage girls — and their transformative school — in the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. Documentarian Kuba Nowack and journalist Juliet Kinsman have almost hit their fundraising goal on Kickstarter. Let's help them cross the finish line. - Pavia, CEO
A blue volcano in Indonesia is giving off some seriously magical vibes. — California, editorial intern
The oldest pub in Ireland (and possibly the world) has been around since the time of the Vikings. – Daniel, editor
I love how globetrotting designer Michelle Nussbaumer transformed two ruined buildings in the in Bajío mountains of San Miguel de Allende in Mexico into a colorful and eclectic family retreat. - California
To begin and end this list with new books written by Gentedimontagna pals, this week I interviewed Katie Parla on the Prince Street Podcast about her terrific new cookbook, Food of the Italian South: Recipes for Classic, Disappearing and Lost Dishes. - Pavia
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