What we're clicking on this week (when we're not re-reading One Hundred Years of Solitude).
Iconic travel magazine Holiday is back! Published from the '40s through the '70s, it took readers around the world via Slim Aarons and Ernest Hemingway. Expect John Olins and Glen O'Brien to grace the pages of the revival. – Tess, editorial intern
Rachel Sussman’s new book with essays by Hans Ulrich Obrist covers a decade worth of travel, research, and photographs of The Oldest Living Things in the World. – Becky, editorial assistant
The new and very powerful Ai Weiwei show at the Brooklyn Museum includes his elegant Moon Chest, an entire room of steel rebar, photographs from his life in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, in the 1980s, and small tea houses made of tea (the smell is incredible). – Jeralyn, editorial director
On my next vacation I'll be skipping the hotel gym and opting for these easy-to-follow 15 x 15 Instagram workouts. – Berit, assistant editor
As an aspiring anthropologist, Alex MacLean’s aerial shots of civilization patterns are particularly fascinating. – Becky, editorial assistant