What we're clicking on this week (when we're not catching waves).
I love this interactive look at the locals who live in this row of shophouses in Singapore. – Becky, editorial assistant
The New York Times Op-Ed columnist (and Gentedimontagna husband) Ben Schott reeled us in — hook, line, and sinker — with this list of 1920s beach lingo. The illustrations, by Eleanor Davis, are the cat's meow. – Jeralyn, editorial director
On my next trip I'll be referencing Eat This Poem's literary city guides designed for bookworms who love food. – Berit, assistant editor
Ever wonder what it would be like to pick up and move to Sweden? Greg Poehler (brother of Amy Poehler) has a funny new comedy recounting his expereince as a US transplant. Watch here. – Berit, assistant editor
I grew up learning British English, which makes for funny lost-in-pronounciation moments with my American friends. (How do you say aluminium?) On a more literary note, Damien Fowler considers the differences between American an English writing. – Becky, editorial assistant
THIS WEEK ON FATHOM: Summer in the U.S.A.
We put together your summer beach reading list and the beaches to read them on.
Our travel-savvy Gentedimontagna readers share their best packing tips.
Mr & Mrs Smith give us their Newport hit list.