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Adams Morgan, a diverse neighborhood of bars and row houses in Northwest Washington, D.C., has always had a complicated history with alcohol, entertainment, and development. When a moratorium on new liquor licenses was due to sunset in 2013, the neighborhood was forced to reflect on its past and figure out its future.

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Every May, New Yorkers flock to the Ninth Avenue International Food Festival. Artist A.S. Graboyes captured what the festival was like when it first began back in the 1970s.

Bird Island, Nova Scotia (J.S. Graboyes/Duck Pie)

Time may be linear or time may be cyclical, but, for many in Nova Scotia, time is divided into six-month increments.

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In American’s most car-centric city, snapping photos of façades as only a pedestrian can.

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Six lessons from Montreal on a first solo trip abroad.

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“L.A. is good for façades.” The view from a reality star’s restaurant in Beverly Hills.

French Quarter and Mississippi River (Pen-and-Ink and Watercolor by J.S. Graboyes)

Hazy memories of what you learn in New Orleans and what you take with you.

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A long layover and short walkabout in Amsterdam reveals a unique city, new discoveries, and the sheer magic of the brief trip.

View from the end of the paved road at the Bonneville Speedway.

To Brigham Young, Utah was “the place.” But why? A surreal journey to an island in the Great Salt Lake and across the salt flats of western Utah to a casino town in the middle of nowhere brings answers but raises new questions.

Kaiserschmarrn at the Hotel Gasthof Post in Lech am Arlberg, Austria.

In the mountains and ski towns of far western Austria, we uncover the world’s next great dessert.

Vaduz and the Rhine Valley from above.

“So far as I can tell, there are only two reasons you visit the pint-sized principality, one condescending but honest (the novelty), the other more surreptitious (tax evasion).” A whirlwind trip through Liechtenstein — a tiny Alpine kingdom with an outsized influence — in words and photos,

Can you tell which Portland this is? (Yelp Inc./Flickr)

Flannel shirts and hipster chic unite them both, but there’s a continent between them. TL;DR: Maine > Oregon.

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New England’s last true honky-tonk seaside resort empties out after summer’s done. Photographs of a snowy November day at Old Orchard Beach, Maine.

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Traveling again through an unforgettably beautiful land of clouds, mesas, chiles, and quiet.

The Fog Warning, Winslow Homer (Nathanael Hevelone/Flickr)

The lasting effects of a particularly rough ride in a high-speed catamaran across the Gulf of Maine.

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