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Kudos to Austin for passing legislation requiring restaurants donate or compost uneaten food. – Daniel, editor
OG Fathom contributor Becky Cheang is galavanting around Asia for a few months. She has been generously sharing her finds, including that of Japanese artist Tatsuya Tanaka, who makes a new miniature diorama every single day using household objects. See the Mini Calendar project and follow Becky on Instagram for all of her excellent Asia discoveries. – Jeralyn, editorial director
A worthwhile detour from Seoul's Incheon airport: The Imprint, an architecturally stunning, two-building entertainment complex at Seoul’s Paradise City that seems to defy physics. – Daniel
Find two of Vienna's most revealing museums in one building. At long-standing exhibition Dialog im Dunkeln, you're led through the dark by blind guides to experience what it's like for those who can't see. The new Hands Up museum is an adventure in sign language and the barriers (and surprising benefits) that comes with it. – Julia, Spotted by Locals
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