Team NGT cherry-picks TV shows, movies and books that took them on second-hand sojourns across the world even as the world shut down.
For decades gamers have lived vibrant lives within online spaces. Stripped of physical contact during a pandemic, the world is catching up.
Long before Covid-19, anxiety made it very difficult for Jacqui Kenny to get on a plane. Google Street View—and her imagination—took her to Peru, Mongolia, Brazil, and beyond.
In the midst of a pandemic, who better than residents of the happiest country of the world to turn to for tips?
Vegan hacks, cocktail making and bread baking—the online edition is packed with home-cooking tips from culinary stalwarts.
From Frida Kahlo’s Casa Azul to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin, these are the homes we’d Zoom from if we could. | By Cait Etherton
Creative dancers share genes with strong social communicators, suggesting that we evolved to overcome isolation.
Here’s how to explore more: Tour Helsinki and Seoul by podcast, learn to urban forage, and help rhinos in Uganda.
This month, explore the world’s largest cave, roll down the Blues Highway, and walk through one of Europe’s oldest cities.
Street food markets in Indore, book-scented streets in Kolkata and clammy subway rides in New York City—places can also be defined by distinct smells.