This month, per reader request, we add and to our magazine rundown. Happy reading and armchair traveling.
On the cover: The annual Style and Culture issue whisks us to The Next Best Places. Guy Trebay reports on , Maria Shollenbarger on , design updates from Aimee Lee Ball on and Lynn Yaeger on , and Kate Betts on .
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-: Adam Sachs spotlights chef Marcus Samuelsson's favorite Swedish destinations and his awesome new Harlem restaurant, Red Rooster.
-: The always-excellent Peter Jon Lindberg extols the virtues of traveling heavy.
-It's always great to see your name in lights, and we curtsy to T+L for featuring FATHOM founder and CEO .
-The magazine is taking its act offline with its first-ever , an extravaganza of places, music, food, and stuff in NYC September 17-18. Tickets are on sale.
On the cover: The Visionaries issue highlights the destinations that will benefit most from do-good travelers. Cover girl receives top billing as a World Food Programme Ambassador fighting to save children in Kenya.
-Hats off for those who Travel for the Good: , , and .
-: Andrew Cockburn reports on its "pleasures and paradoxes."
-: Mark Connolly and Wendy Perrin visit Hyderabad's Taj Falaknuma Palace.
-: (one of our favorites on Twitter) checks into the Soneva Fushi in the Maldives.
-: Brook Wilkinson, that was one plum assignment.
On the cover: Novelist Elizabeth Berg discovers her long lost brother among the lush hidden landscapes in .
-Miriam Murphy visits , Steve Chapple gets lost in , and Carl Hoffman explores Egypt's New Day ().
-: Daisann McLane on the third language that travelers use to get around foreign destinations. Who knew Spanish could get you through Japan?
-Radio host Boyd Matson spends in the Congo Basin, putting off photographing animals to play with locals.
-: Costa Christ on the challenges of voluntourism.
You'll have to buy the newsstand version to actually , but the website provides a nice array of supplementary slideshows and videos.
On the cover: For its 150th issue, the magazine celebrates "150 agenda-setting, era-defining issues" that have made the world a good-looking place. Heavy emphasis on fashion, darling. It is September.
-History in the Making, by Glenn Waldron, is about fashion brand Valentino creating a virtual museum in cyber space.
-, by JJ Martin, accompanies Silvia Venturini Fendi on a tour of Rome's new creative design spaces including the leather workshop, jewelry atelier, a in Pastificio Cerere (a former pasta factory), and a young carpenter's studio amidst 90 year-old falegname (wood masters).
-Best Cellar, by Rupert Eden, gives an overview of boutique country retreat in the cork forests and plains of Alentejo in Portugal.
-In Subculture, Marie Le Fort explores , an underground Parisian member's club designed by David Lynch.
-The iconic resort in West Virginia sets the stage for fashion photo story .
Not all the articles are online. Or if they are, we can't find them. You'll have to head to an actual — yowza! — newsstand to read all about it.
On the cover: might be in your backyard (Wyoming) or in another hemisphere (South Africa). We're especially interested in Lord Howe Island in Australia.
-The Annual Coolest Small Towns in America is Lewisburg, West Virginia. Other top contenders: Astoria, Oregon; Clayton, New York; Eureka Springs, Arkansas; and La Pointe, Wisconsin. Confetti and cupcakes all around.
- include Ireland, United Kingdom, Greece, Austria, Spain. (The United Kingdom: That was a surprise.)
We can't find their articles online either. If they're there, we apologize. Clearly, we need a Surfing 101 class this month.
On the cover: Get Local inspires travelers to consider the global destinations closest to the homestead. (If only Amsterdam was a short train ride away.)
-Stokholm, Toronto, Sarajevo, and Western Uganda, where local highlights include a converted jail hotel, mad scientist bartenders, nomadic villages, and Ugandan Akaboozi (Lugandan for "gossip").
-Snack on chaat in Mumbai's street markets and get a recipe for pao bhaji.
-Spanish Steps explores the gypsy roots of Andalusian dance company Taller Flamenco
-Palermo Viejo: Javier Gover is working, fathering, and eating in the Buenos Aires neighborhood.