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Matador’s community includes tens of thousands of writers, adventurers, artists, educators, filmmakers, athletes, photographers, and travelers of all kinds around the world.

Through both our online tools and our offline events, we help bring people together and effect positive change in local communities at home and abroad.

My favorite travel memory is the one I'm making right now.
The best type of ideas give people permission to act on what they already know.
The dreamers and free thinkers are often those whose stories are quieter.
Buy a Cambodian scarf, help empower women artisans and young students.
Lori Henry traveled across Canada for 4 years learning traditional dances.
In1970, rock legends took part in a cross-Canada train ride.
Monica Prelle wins journalism award for fly fishing article she wrote for Matador.
We're looking for talented writers and photographers with a vision for engaging...
I was working 60+ hours a week with the mushiest of brains when I got this together.
"I went to Cambodia with the conviction that I had to go and write about it."
12 days and 10 stages spanning 400km on jeep track, goat track...sometimes no track.
Matador Community member Liz George is giving a voice to Detroit families afflicted by...
With approximately 180 stations across the network this will be a huge endeavor.
Revolutions, bullfights, Burning Man, and sex on a deserted beach, to name a few.
Matador's Youth Travel Scholarship enables underprivileged students to see the world.
We've always maintained a vision for integrating everything into a single platform.
Matador editors have been bringing some fire over the last couple months.
From active volcano views to urban skylines, it's a wonder we get any work done.
Started by two expats in Buenos Aires, S2 specializes in same sex wedding photography,...
Allen Burt puts the "adrenaline back into the adventure travel marketplace."
"...we decided this would be a perfect opportunity to involve our readership to create...
Matador sponsors its first athlete, Shon Bollock, a talented young filmmaker and kayaker...
Applications are now being accepted for the Fall 2011 Glimpse Correspondents program.