Links We Love: 03/29/19

"Делай что можешь с тем что имеешь там где ты есть." Теодор Рузвельт ©

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Coachella is coming. But if you’re heading to Palm Springs anytime before April 21, you’ll want to try and catch the only film screening at the bubblegum pink «Dive In,» a desert drive-in movie theater from the Danish artist collective Superflex. The only movie playing there is all about fish — and science, activism, climate change — and blurs the line between art, design, and marketing. – Jeralyn, editorial director

I thoroughly enjoyed this deep dive into the work of America’s original travel guru, Rick Steves, who shares my philosophy that exposure to other cultures is not only good for the soul but has the ability to change lives. – Berit, senior editor

I’ve long been fascinated by Appalachia, an American cultural region that, in many places, feels stuck in time. This series of old-school tintype portraits of local musicians captures my fascination perfectly. – Daniel, editor

It’s the last weekend of the pop art/Instagram phenomena that is the Andy Warhol — From A to B and Back Again at the Whitney Museum in NYC. Get your fifteen minutes of fame before it’s over and then check out the newest exhibition, Spilling Over: Painting Color in the 1960s. — California, editorial intern

Lisbon’s Time Out Market is one of the better food halls I’ve ever visited, which is why I’m looking forward to the newest Time Out Market outpost, opening this spring in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood. – Berit

Fathom’s theme this week is all about traveling for the food. And I love seeing these how these ten food shops around the world focus on sourcing local and seasonal produce, organic when possible, and zero waste packaging. Small shifts that make a huge difference. — California

Speaking of food, can we talk about Georgian cheeses? The Eurasian country’s unique and well-preserved cheesemaking methods are just another reason why I need to get over there ASAP. – Daniel

This Week on Fathom

Caffé Palladio Jaipur, India. Photo by Henry Wilson.

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Nova Scotia: A lobster-fueled weekend on the icy Atlantic.

Whitstable, England: Oysters, beach huts, and Instagram fodder on a day trip from London.

Paris: Scoring suits and sweets in the 6th arrondissement.

Travel Loot: Feast your eyes: 10 of the world’s most Instagrammable restaurants and cafes.

Richmond: A pretty in pink moment at the Quirk Hotel.

Buzet, Croatia: Hunting with dogs and finding gold in Croatia’s dirt.

Mexico City: This is the most colorful cooking class in CDMX.

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