Here are the internet happenings that caught our attention this week.
National Geographic gains unprecedented access to photograph the Travellers of Ireland, a close-knit community of highly traditional nomads. – Daniel, editorial assistant
It's an Iron Age bed and breakfast, but it feels really now. Don't you think? Stone hearth and all. – Jeralyn, editorial director
If you're in NYC, start next week right at a fundraiser for NYC Taste of the Nation. Danny Meyer chairs and big-name chefs and bartenders serve their best. And I'll be there! Monday, April 24th, from 6-9 p.m. in downtown Manhattan. – Pavia, CEO
If you didn't catch Taryn Simon's larger-than-life installation "An Occupation of Loss" at NYC's Park Avenue Armory last September, experience it now in virtual reality. – Daniel
On my list of things to do next week: make a visit to this darling Japanese-inspired pastry shop tucked in the lobby of a building in Dumbo, Brooklyn. – Berit, editor
Watching this 82-year-old Japanese DJ spin in a Tokyo club fills me with life. – Daniel
Found a like-minded traveler who mapped out my favorite way to prepare for a trip. – Berit
THIS WEEK ON FATHOM
California: Joshua Tree is pure desert magic.
Coachella: Where to stay in the middle of the desert.
Travel at Home: This candle will take you to the Mojave.
Hollywood: 5 boutique hotels on the west side of town.
LA Boozing: The only drinks guide you'll ever need.
Feed the Beast: Where to eat after midnight.
Pasadena: Take your vacation at the mall.
Spring Reading: A fresh crop of coffee table books.
Kyrgyzstan: How to spend a summer weekend in Central Asia.
Slovenia: Where to the cool kids are in Ljubljana.