Hurry The Food Up
The Germany-based team of food bloggers behind Hurry The Food Up focuses on vegetarian and vegan food that’s healthy, delicious, and quick to prepare.
One of the longest-running music blogs out there — with archives stretching all the way back to 2001 — Glorious Noise publishes reviews of new music and music videos, spanning a wide, eclectic range of genres.
Conor Walsh Music
The posthumous website of minimalist composer Conor Walsh from Swinford, County Mayo, shares his music, which was inspired by the wild landscapes in the West of Ireland.
For black-and-white landscape photography that focuses on the rugged coastal textures of Cornwall, England, head to Bear’s Photos.
John Plant, the Australia-based blogger and YouTube producer behind Primitive Technology, is documenting his journey into the distant technological past, “making stuff from scratch in the wild.”
Zoë, originally from Milton Keynes, UK, works for the Fukushima Prefecture Tourism and Local Products Association in Japan. On her blog, she documents her travels throughout Fukushima Prefecture as she learns about its history, culture, food, and people.
Pieces of History
One of several U.S. National Archives blogs, Pieces of History is where the Archives’ staff share rare and noteworthy documents, photos, and stories that show the richness and complexity of American history.
Sewcialists is a collaborative, worldwide blogging community of people who love to sew and share their creations.
Sweetmoon Photography is the creative outlet of poet and artist Tenille K. Campbell, who specializes in photographing indigenous people.
Document is a New York City-based magazine devoted to essays and visual storytelling on art, fashion, and travel (among other topics).
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