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A scene from “Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago.” Credit Lydia B. Smith/Walking the Camino

Documentary: Walking the Camino – Six Ways to Santiago

The documentary Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago beautifully illustrates this interesting, quintessentially human desire to explore the world while exploring the soul. The film follows six individuals the 780 kilometers (nearly 500 miles) from St Jean Pied de Port, located on the French side of the Pyrenees, across the Spanish frontier to the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela....

11 TED Talks to Give You Wanderlust

Photos of modern-day vagabonds riding the rails, sketches of Roman architecture, polar explorations, American banjo pickings married to Chinese lyrics, and dissections of NYC's underground world are just some of topics covered in this series of talks compiled to stir up your sense of wonder and, maybe, compel you to wander....

90 Fantastic Femme-Centric Films

Women are grossly underrepresented in major Hollywood films. According to a recent article in Variety, “Female characters accounted for only 15% of protagonists in the 100 highest-grossing domestic films of 2013.” Just in time to close out Women’s History Month, here’s a guide highlighting a few fantastic femme-centric films....

Zero Dark Thirty and the 9/11 Generation

This gen­er­a­tion gets their news from The Col­bert Report and The Daily Show, spends President’s Day week­end binge watch­ing House of Cards, and fol­lows Poli­ti­Fact on Twit­ter to sift through the emo­tional per­for­mances of elec­tion debates and cam­paign ads and the vit­ri­olic par­ti­san dis­course com­ing from both sides of the aisle....