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What’s Trending This Spring?

From a new way to work from "home" to future summer happenings, see what's trending right now.

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Workday Getaways

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Workday Getaways

Forget working from home. The new travel trend is working from hotel. Some hotels are renting out rooms for the day for those bored of the office-to-couch commute. The packages come with Wi-Fi and workstations, access to pools and gyms, and plenty of distraction-free quiet space. Marriott, Hilton and Hyatt hotels all offer special work-from-hotel packages, as do some boutique establishments. Finishing up that spreadsheet by the pool? Now that’s a workday routine we can really get behind.

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Car Culture

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Car Culture

Love cars? Then you’ll love the Museum of Modern Art’s new “Automania” exhibit, on display at the famed New York City institution. The exhibit will examine cars and car culture during the 20th century, featuring automotive-themed works by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Andy Warhol and Frank Lloyd Wright, as well as classic cars on display in the museum’s sculpture garden. “Automania” runs July 4, 2021, through Jan. 2, 2022.

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Room & Board

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Room & Board

Headed to the beach but forgot your favorite board? No worries! The Quiver – a surfboard sharing site – has your back, dude. It has surfboards and paddleboards available to rent from private owners and surf shops across the globe. (The site encourages contact-free exchanges and sanitizing of equipment.) In the U.S., you’ll find boards from Narragansett, R.I., to the Jersey Shore and Long Beach, N.Y., to Long Beach, Calif. Totally rad.

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