Sleekly designed and focusing exclusively on locally owned restaurants and stores, these modern city guides—formerly known as the eat.shop guides—are unique in both form and content. With the goal of supporting a culture and economy that value well-crafted experiences, they offer travelers and locals a colorful, compelling new lens for viewing a city. Learn More
Devoted to train hopping and train culture, this firsthand account of a risk-taking traveler describes with stunning detail the sights, sounds, successes, and defeats of riding United States railroads without a ticket. Learn More
New York is the city that never sleeps, but many visitors to the Big Apple want to enjoy its quiet side - to discover places off the beaten track, to explore enticing small museums or enjoy peaceful gardens. Learn More
When the struggle to save oil-soaked birds and restore blackened beaches left him feeling frustrated and helpless, John Francis decided to take a more fundamental and personal stand—he stopped using all forms of motorized transportation.
After World War II, the American road trip began appearing prominently in literature, music, movies and photography. As Stephen Shore has written, "Our country is made for long trips.
Since the 1940s, the dream of the road trip, and the sense of possibility and freedom that it represents, has taken its own important place within our culture." Learn More