Here are the internet happenings that caught our attention this week.
Brownbook, one of Gentedimontagna's 24 Best Blogs and Websites, is curating an exhibition in Germany on the architectural landscape of cities in North Africa and the Middle East that most of us only experience through headlines. – Daniel, editorial assistant
Officially adding a polar expedition to my travel bucket list. With all the trappings of a five star hotel (Laduree macarons, luxury spa treatments, nice linens, good service), French cruise line Ponant specializes in the most incredible small-ship cruises to Antartica and the Arctic with a team of knowledgeable, modern-day explorers guiding the way. – Berit, editor
Beautiful photos of all 59 U.S. National Parks from National Geographic are a reminder of why we need to work hard, now more than ever, to protect the our environment. – Daniel
There's a beautiful new picture book in the vein of Where's Waldo? all about Brooklyn landmarks and finding a small boy named Jules. Lovely rhymes accompany each real photogaph in Everywhere Always, and the family that wrote it will be signing copies at NYC's Dashwood Books on June 10.
On my Brooklyn to-do list this weekend: a visit to the Domino summer pop-up, lunch at Rice & Miso Everyday's first brick and mortar in Boerum Hill, drinks in the outdoor garden at new Fort Greene restaurant Miss Ada, and a stroll around Brooklyn Botanic Garden. – Berit
THIS WEEK ON FATHOM
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