An exhibit at Chicago’s Newberry Library explores how we navigate the US, from Lewis & Clark to enslaved people to the first road trippers.
An interview with Derek Baxter, author of the new book In Pursuit of Jefferson, a travelogue about tracing the footsteps of Thomas Jefferson’s travels around Europe.
In 1970, a college student and his musician (possibly outlaw) friends get snowed in for two days in the mountains outside Las Vegas, New Mexico. We gave him a call to get the full story.
An interview with Jeffrey Tanenhaus, who in 2015 rented a Citi Bike in NYC and took it where no Citi Bike had gone before: all the way across the US.
Pam Mandel talks with J.R. Jamison, author of Hillbilly Queer about travel and life in Missouri and Indiana, and being an outsider even in the place you’re from.
The author of a new travel book for coffee lovers (or coffee book for travel lovers) talks up the US coffee scene.