Cruise Line Bans Woman Who Climbed on Balcony Railing for Selfie

The episode is emblematic of the selfie culture in which some people have died trying to get the ultimate photo. Read more »

Drawn From Poverty: Art Was Supposed to Save Canada’s Inuit. It Hasn’t.

Indigenous work is all the rage in the Canadian art world. But life in the North is as much a struggle as ever. Read more »

Pamela Fiori on ‘The Best Travel Magazine That Ever Was’

The former magazine editor talks about her latest book about the magazine Holiday. Read more »

T Suggests: Animal-Shaped Jewels, a Hotel With a View and More

A roundup of things our editors — and a few contributors — are excited about in a given week. Read more »

Sisters, Brothers, Travel, Fun

Sometimes it takes a long-haul flight and a 12-hour time difference to bond with the person with whom you once shared a bunk bed — or tattled on.... Read more »

‘Contemplate, Then Capture’: Readers on Staying in the Moment While Traveling

The Australia Letter is a weekly newsletter from our Australia bureau. Sign up to get it by email. This week’s issue is written by Tacey Rychter, the bureau’s audience... Read more »

MoMA’s Art Treasure, No Longer Buried

The riches of the collection extend to its inaugural exhibitions. Give the curators an A+ for effort — and wait. This is just the beginning. Read more »

A Scotch Maker’s Challenge: First Brexit. Now Tariffs.

The 25 percent U.S. tariffs to be imposed Friday are causing headaches for single malt distilleries, already struggling with Brexit. Read more »

Braving MoMA: What to Know Before You Enter

The museum is bigger and more demanding, but there’s more fun, and a sense of serendipity. Read more »

36 Hours in Yokohama

Rugby and Olympics fans have a good reason to visit the second-largest city in Japan, as do those in search of gardens, temples and the largest Chinatown in... Read more »