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12 images of Easter Island we can’t stop looking at

EASTER ISLAND IS ONE OF the most remote islands in the world and covers just about this same area as Washington, D.C.

24 hours in New York City

Photo: Victor Trac Morning Welcome to New York. Now get moving. You got business to do and it’s already daytime, moron.

I travel while dealing with chronic pain. Here’s how I make it work.

Photo: Cristian Bortes CHRONIC PAIN CAN MAKE long periods of travel really difficult. Nobody wants to sit in a bus for fourteen hours with intense muscle aches, nor is it fun to sit in the same position in an airplane while your back cramps up.

Meet the teenagers on Canada’s First Nations Snowboard team

Follow Matador on Vimeo Follow Matador on YouTube This video by AJ+ exposes the brutal history of indigenous populations in Canada, while also showing how indigenous teenagers today are using snowboarding to reconnect with their culture and community.

Sweden's coolest blogger

Follow Matador on Vimeo Follow Matador on YouTube JONNA JINTON grew up in Gothenburg, a major city in Sweden.

Beer geography IQ

Featured photo: Brandon

How to piss off a Californian

Photo: Adam bailey We’ve got it all. The sunshine, surf, the mountains, a Mediterranean climate, lush beaches, glitz and glam, $2000 one bedroom apartments, and enough diversity to keep you contemplating whether or not you’re in another country.

Latin American immigrant at work

Follow Matador on Vimeo Follow Matador on YouTube IN THIS HILARIOUS video by Flama, actor Luis Chataing perfectly captures what it’s like being a Latin American immigrant on your first day at work: the awkward greetings, the bizarre way people give directions, the impossible jargon in those emails.

America's landfill addiction

SO MUCH OF THE STORY of the waste we create is “out of sight, out of mind.” We leave it curbside or take it to the dump, and that’s that.

Best night life in Philly

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Why we oppose the burqini ban

Embed from Getty Images LAST WEEK, FRENCH PRESIDENT Francois Hollande payed his respects to the late fashion designer Sonia Rykiel, praising her clothing for having “offered women freedom of movement.” France is now banning an item of clothing designed to do exactly that.

9 experiences in SW Florida

1. Catching a glimpse of the green flash Photo courtesy of The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel Legend has it that once you’ve seen a green flash, you’ll never again err in matters of the heart.

Mexican joints in San Francisco

JONESING FOR SOME MEXICAN FOOD in the city by the Bay? Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered. We dipped into our travelstoke app and found the best Mexican joints in San Francisco.

excuses for slavery

Follow Matador on Vimeo Follow Matador on YouTube THE LATEST VIDEO from MTV’s Decoded responds to recent claims made by media personality Bill O’ Reilly that slavery wasn’t nearly as bad as it’s often portrayed.

Can you guess the airport?

Featured image: Daniel Betts

why walls won't secure the US-Mexico

Follow Matador on Vimeo Follow Matador on YouTube During this election season, the topic of “border security” has become front and center in US politics.

U.S. drug policy

Photo: Elvert Barnes In 1971, then-president Richard Nixon declared a U.S. “war on drugs.” Forty-five years later, we have yet to make much progress.

Cannabis legalization primer

Photo: Rafael Castillo IN A COUNTRY WHERE AN 18 year old can buy an assault rifle and where overdoses from prescription pain killers are at an all-time high, the consumption, possession, sale, production, and shipment of cannabis are still illegal under US federal law.

Raising black children in the US

Follow Matador on Vimeo Follow Matador on YouTube In this video, Buzzfeed interviews black parents about their struggles raising black children in the United States.

Here’s a great reading list if you’re at all interested in self-sufficient living

Photo: Centre for Alternative Technology 1. Any book written by Helen and Scott Nearing My entire existence can basically be traced back to a Helen and Scott Nearing book.