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Editor's Pick: Santa Fe's Global Folk Art Festival

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There are many reasons to visit Santa Fe in the summer—the museums and art galleries, the chamber music festival, the Santa Fe Opera—not to mention, the city’s restaurants or its glorious high desert setting, but the best reason for this weekend (July 8-10) is the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market.

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Hampton Court Palace Flower Show Opens

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The summer season of events in London is in full swing, with Pippa Middleton starring as the new endlessly chronicled darling of the British press.

The Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, the largest of its kind in the world, runs through July 10, and is known to attract London’s social stars along with thousands of gardening aficionados.

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New Exhibit Features Pics of a 1968 Jackie-O in Capri

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Diego Della Valle’s enamorment with all things JFK (he famously purchased the late president’s cruiser, Marlin, at auction at Christie’s in 2005) extends well beyond the White House. From July 2 to August 20, the Tod’s chief is sponsoring a new exhibition of iconic images taken by Italian paparazzi photographer Settimio Garritano of Jackie-O on holiday in Capri from 1968 to 1972.

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Pride Month 2011: One Last Weekend to Celebrate!

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Take a break from all the politics (I’m looking at you, New York) and celebrate diversity during the last weekend of Pride Month! While events in Philadelphia, Portland, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C. have come and gone, there’s still time to join in on the party, with four of the best events still to come.

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Destination Durham: American Dance Festival

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Dancers have descended on Durham, NC for this summer’s American Dance Festival—a multi-venue six-week event that brings master-classes and modern dance troupes from across the globe.

The festival runs from June 9th through July 23rd and features thirteen dance companies including Bill T Jones, Pilobolus, and the Paul Taylor Dance Company.

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Guess Where? Mural

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This mural can be found in the lobby of a famous building with a famous address. Is that too many hints? I hope not. Can you guess where this is?

Log in and leave your guesses below and check back here on Monday for the answer.

UPDATE 6/20/11: LetsGo_Mark got it right! This beautiful Art Deco mural is in 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York. The building's official name is the GE Building, but most people know it as "30 Rock" from Tina Fey's popular TV show.

Lyndsey Matthews is an online editorial assistant at Travel + Leisure.

Photo by Adrien Glover

Earthquake Media: Japan's Hand-Written Newspapers in D.C.

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The latest addition to the Washington D.C.-based Newseum’s permanent collection is far from newfangled or tech-savvy. In fact, it’s a rotating display of seven original hand-written newspapers, scribed by a resilient cluster of staffers at a daily in the earthquake and tsunami ravaged city of Ishinomaki, Japan. Armed with flashlights, editors at the Ishinomaki Hibi Shimbun fueled their community’s need for up-to-date information by relying on the powers of felt-tip pens and poster paper, displaying their creations at relief centers and convenience stores throughout the city.

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20% Off Travel Photography at 20x200

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Still looking for that perfect Father's Day present for your travel-loving dad? Fear not. Affordable online art gallery 20x200, which has a wonderful collection of travel prints, just kicked off their semi-annual sale this afternoon. Nab an extra 20% off of orders of $50 or more by entering the code RIDONK at checkout. $20 prints are now just $16, $50 now $40, and so on! The sale goes from now until Monday.

They’ve already curated a great gift guide for dads so you don’t have to dig through their entire archives. They also have gift guides for grads and newlyweds.

Lyndsey Matthews is an online editorial assistant at Travel + Leisure.

Photo Courtesy of Tod Seelie/20x200.com

Two Road Shows: New Films Worth Watching

In between blockbusters at the drive-in this summer, catch up with
these two insightful journey documentaries.
Airing on mun2 and iTunes digital download, Harlistas: An American Journey profiles Latino Harley Davidson motorcyclists as they take their hogs to the highway.

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Top New Spring-Summer Art Exhibits

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New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s “Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty” (May 4–July 31) pays homage to the late British fashion designer by displaying more than 100 of his creations (a jacket with horns in place of epaulets; bulbous “armadillo” shoes).

France: With various exhibits across 30 institutions in the French Riviera, “Contemporary Art and the Côte d’Azur” (June 25–Nov. 7) spans 60 years of work by more than 200 artists, from Picasso to performance artist Philippe Ramette.

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