A weekly compendium of what we're clicking, viewing, and watching on the web (while defrosting in NYC).
I adore postcards and am really excited to see the 60 miniature pieces fromThe Postcard is a Public Work of Art, running from January 23 to March 1 in London's X Marks the Bökship. – Becky, editorial assistant
Love this reminder about how easy it is to incorporate adventure into your daily life. Whether it's an excursion to a new neighborhood or a trip to the other side of the world, it's important to keep moving. – Berit, assistant editor
I would love to visit the Shipwreck and Beachcombing Museum found behind a farmhouse on an island in the Netherlands. It's a nautical treasure trove with seven decades' worth of sea curios. – Becky, editorial assistant
I'm always interested in the New York Times Travel section's Places to Go list for the year. Especially now that they've redesigned their website with such big, gorgeous images. – Pavia, ceo
And as a follow-up, check out Jason Clampet's interview on Skift with NYT Travel editor Dan Saltzstein about how they compile the list. – Pavia, ceo
For the Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture in China's Guangdong province, shipping containers and abandoned factories have been turned into exhibitions with spiraling staircases and viewing platforms. Check out the Instagram photos. – Jeralyn, editorial director
I recently returned from a visit to Los Angeles and am sad to say I didn't make it to Juice Served Here, a new juice bar with a Scandinavian feel. Next trip it will be top of my list. – Berit, assistant editor