All Your Web In One Place.

Everything you want to read - news, your favorite blogs, art and more - in one convenient place designed for you.

Learn more about MultiPLX or signup for personalized experience.

States that show LGBTQ+ pride

Did you notice this past month your social media feed was suddenly bursting with photos and updates from Pride marches and parades?

EU citizens outside of their country

USING DATA from the United Nations’ Department of Economic and Social affairs that monitors global population trends, Max Galka, the man behind Metrocosm, created a map of the European Union’s diaspora.

Chinese habits we should all adopt

1. No shoes in the house. Outside, the world can be ugly, especially the ground. Gum, dirt, garbage, excrement — unspeakable things are on the streets that we walk on.

Best brunch spots in Brooklyn

I could count the reasons why I adore brunching, beginning with the fact that it typically starts later than breakfast, and ending with the fact that it makes day drinking socially acceptable.

Essential expressions in Hungarian

Hungarians have a saying for every occasion, sayings that might sometimes differ from region to region, but most are very similar.

Most spoken languages quiz

10 reasons to make nature a priority

1. It fires up your children’s imagination. Too often, we find ourselves stuck in the known, the comfortable, the familiar.

7 things the Greeks can be proud of

1. Our hospitality Our hospitality is especially evident in the Greek islands or the rural areas of Greece, where it is impossible to get to your destination on foot, without a local offering you a cup of coffee or a beer — which often leads to an invitation to dinner, escalating to an invitation to a family event.

11 reasons to see beautiful Monterey

WHEN PEOPLE TALK ABOUT driving the iconic Highway One, it’s here that they’re picturing in their heads.

The story of an orphaned black rhino

All photos by Scott Sporleder Last Christmas, Matador founder Ross Borden and filmmaker Scott Sporleder were in Kenya visiting the Ol Jogi Wildlife Conservancy, a 58,000 acre ranch just over 200 kms from Nairobi.

Are you breaking the law when driving abroad? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Are you taking a road trip this summer? If you’re going to be driving abroad, you should take a bit of time to research their local driving habits and their driving laws — things you’re used to doing when driving at home might be illegal in other countries.

State Parks in Washington

WASHINGTON HAS IT ALL: shrub-steppe landscape in the east, forested mountains, rugged coastline with big archipelagos and bays, sinuous river valleys.

Traditional wedding attire

We’re so used to weddings where weddings wear a white dress and grooms a black suit, we tend to see anything different as an innovative take on the traditional way to dress when you get married.

State parks of Hawaii

THE HAWAIIAN ARCHIPELAGO, made up of eight main islands, has around 30,000 acres of state parks on five islands.

How to see the red crab migration

Christmas Island, an Australian territory, is a small island in the Indian Ocean. Once a year, red crabs — native to the island — begin making their way from the forest to the ocean for mating season.

Train prices across Europe

If you’ve ever planned a trip to Europe, you’ve probably heard the advice: train tickets are expensive, it’s cheaper to get a bus.

5 remote places you need to visit

With social media and the ease of low cost air travel, the world is as small as it has ever been. I often feel like I know places really well without ever having been.

Redding's Great Outdoors

REDDING is enclosed on all sides by craggy hills, mountain peaks, and volcanoes. The city itself has many opportunities to eat and drink and experience, but escaping into the great outdoors is the best way to really immerse yourself here.

What are the largest countries? QUIZ

Digital nomads' expectations

WHILE EVERY remote worker’s journey is unique, the beginning can be filled with similar discoveries, obstacles, and triumphs.