Issue 77

Summertime is finally here, and the season renews a sense of adventure for both adults and kids alike. This issue celebrates new experiences and new places by stopping off for a unique ice pop treat in New York, learning about the horse-human connection from a trainer in New Jersey, and touring a butterfly rain forest in Florida before venturing out west for a memorable trip to Vancouver.

Happiness on a Stick: People’s Pops

By incorporating naturally good-for-you fruit into its pops, People's Pops in Brooklyn is serving up a different twist on treats—and creating a new tradition for a new generation.

Versatile Vancouver

If you're looking for a unique travel destination, Vancouver fits the bill. Come along with us as we take a tour of the city, from its vibrant outdoor landscapes to its thriving downtown district.

A Cause for Color

Inspired by the rain forests of Costa Rica, artist Rosita Gottlieb's lush, colorful paintings are a tribute to nature—and a means to raise awareness to the plight of the rain forest.

The Art of Horsemanship

Equine expert Dr. Maria Katsamanis delves into the unique bond between humans and horses, from early history to modern day.

Season with Authority

Celebrity chef Marc Murphy shares four of his favorite recipes from Season with Authority: Confident Home Cooking (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2015).

Green Things and Butterfly Wings

The Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville displays hundreds of different varieties of butterflies, which are both beautiful and vital to our ecosystem.