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Links We Love: 10/6/2018

by Team Fathom
A still from the stop-motion film Negative Space.

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Stop-motion film Negative Space is an adaptation of the Ron Koertge poem of the same name, which tells the story of a father-son relationship through the organized art of packing.  – Jeralyn, editorial director

A new hotel opened in New York's Adirondacks just in time for hiking season, but it's far from the log-cabin variety. – Daniel, editor

I love a good-looking hotel that also has a conscience. Chicago's Kimpton Gray Hotel is committing the next year to raising funds and awareness for a different charity each month. And the entire stall will wear one color each month (a different one for every cause) in support. – Amelia, Wordsmith

A great excuse to make a trip to Maine in the fall: The eleventh annual Harvest on the Harbor showcases all the artisan foodie happenings you'd expect to find in Portland, including oysters, craft brews, lobsters, and coffee. (And a 160-foot Italian sandwich.) – Jeralyn

Delighted to find some of the traditional recipes I encountered earlier this year in mainland Greece at Fournos Theophilos, a new restaurant and market in Midtown Manhattan. – Daniel

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