Gregory Warner tracks Magicians Without Borders in Iran, Julie Covello and Alex Ferguson book their own DJ tour across Japan, and Swoon investigates the Juarez murders.
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Brooke Lehman on Panama, Arone Dyer on building bikes in Ghana, and Kevin Caplicki and Todd Chandler on hard traveling in the midwest.
Jef Wolfy Scharf investigates the toilets of Europe, Ida Benedetto and Tim Kantz team up with fair trade coffee farmers in Western Guatemala, and Anastasia Andino palled around Thailand with a monkey. Bonus: slides from a pauper’s cemetery in New Orleans.
Good kid Pauley hopped trains across Mexico, Leonardo U. reconnected with his father in Venezuela (and took pictures of hamburgers), and Omer Shah came out at home and ended up on Haj in Mecca.
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Nathan Freitas transmitted from Mt. Everest via satellite, Rollo Romig toured Liberia without tourism, and Harayama Akiko created disaster maps in Pakistan for the United Nations. Interviews by Jeff Stark. Gorgeous slideshows tightly edited and mercifully short.
Anna Y. backpacked the Silk Road through the Caucasus, Aaron Goldsmith and friends piloted a biodiesel bus to Burning Man and back, and Jennifer Dziura entertained the troops in Iraq. Interviews by Jeff Stark. Gorgeous slideshows tightly edited and mercifully short.
Journalist Mielikki Org tracks great white sharks off the Guadalupe Islands; musician and activist Bonfire Madigan Shive rides a rough road between La Morelia and La Realidad, Mexico, at the Second Zapatista Intergalactic Encuentro; and sound satirist Zeroboy zips through the Pacific Northwest.