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Allbirds, the sustainable footwear company that launched the most comfortable travel shoe ever, just came out with a line of Japanese-inspired flip-flops made from carbon-negative Brazilian sugarcane. The company is making the environmentally friendly material available to other shoe manufacturers in hopes that it'll spread throughout the market. Crossing my fingers it does too. –Daniel, Fathom editor
When serious players from the world of classical music and jazz come together to form an open-air festival in the wild olive groves of Andalusia, they need to push a Steinway up a mountain and account for the sound of bleating sheep in the performances. The musical event hosts 100 people (August 10-14) on the spectacular grounds of La Donaira. Wish I was there. – Jeralyn, editorial director
There's a new Airstream on the market. One that you can truly take off-road. The miniature Basecamp X model hooks on to the back of most small and mid-sized SUVs, has extra ground clearance and durable tires, and comes with loads of storage space and a built-in solar kit for staying charged off the grid. – Daniel
Sala Equis used to be called Cine Duque de Alba back when it was Madrid's oldest XXX cinema. There are a few adult movie billboards left that remind patrons of its sexy past, but this multifunctional cultural space and cinema is truly unrecognizable these days and has become one of the city's bohemian hotspots. Okay, the red velvet is an extra hint. – Elena, Spotted by Locals
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