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Coffee Shops of the World: Savannah, Georgia

In our continuing series of independent coffee shops around the world, Creative Director Raquel Reyes finds escape in the many beloved shops of her home town Savannah, Georgia.

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The Attic City Guides, Vol. 3: Florence

Art History Grad Student Kiely Schuck shares the ins and outs of Florence, concentrating on its hidden gems, gelato shops, and cafés.

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Beautiful Things Are Worth Pursuing: Battling Homesickness with A Room with a View

New contributor and art historian Kiely Schuck shares her experience as a graduate student in Florence with E.M. Forster’s A Room with a View as a balm to keep homesickness at bay.

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Coffee Shops of the World: Montreal in Coffee Cups

In the second edition of “Coffee Shops of the World,” Attic writer M.A. McCuen takes us along on a very caffeinated trip to Montreal to coffee shops and cultural sites alike.

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The Attic City Guides, Vol. 2: Washington, D.C.

What makes a great guide in our eyes in not necessarily a round-up of the top, unchanging spots in a city but of the places that make it dear to people who live and travel there. Here, Olivia shares favorite spots in D.C. that she and the other Attic editors visit time again.

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An Homage to the Independent Bookshops of my Student Years

In an unofficial edition of “Bookshops of the World,” Jessica Armstrong pays tribute to the independent bookshop and all it can bring to one’s life while looking at the two bookshops of St. Andrews.

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Bookshops of the World, Vol. 5: Washington, D.C.

In the latest “Bookshops of the World,” Olivia and Raquel tour the American capital through its bookshelves.

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