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Zach Pontz

Zach Pontz is a writer and photographer for From The Grapevine. Among the many publications he has contributed unique lifestyle and culture content to are Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Vice, The Economist, and CNN.

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Donkey poop offers new clues about King Solomon

Dung discovery supports archaeologists' theory of where ruler's lucrative copper mines were located.

What is Gazoz? Warning, it may make you thirsty

A healthy take on an age-old treat draws people from around the world.

This video shows how you party in the world's only lifeguard tower hotel

A DJ, some friends and, well, you get the idea.

Stunning street art you can't stop staring at

These cool murals and street paintings attract fans from around the world.

Pure genius! These cafés are named after Einstein

Grab a cup of joe in these genius-inspired coffeehouses.

Tour one of the coolest new airports in the world

The surrounding Timna Valley is the inspiration behind Israel's Ramon Airport.

Birders set record by spotting 181 different species in the Hula Valley in 24 hours

The annual Champions of the Flyway bird-watching competition attracted contestants from around the world.

This country's construction is being fueled by trash

A new plant – the world's largest – uses garbage to provide fuel for making cement.

The most popular soccer clubs in the world

Find out why these clubs have the biggest followings across the globe.

Dirty pictures: A (muddy) day at the races

These racers mixed fun and filth at the 8-mile endurance event.

Josh Zeid, familiar faces earn World Baseball Classic honors

USA victory marks 'best WBC yet' as All-Tournament Team announced.

Meet Radiohead's opening act, Dudu Tassa & The Kuwaitis

The Israeli band is set to break out as they play for sold-out U.S. summer tour.

Countries you didn’t know were soccer crazy

In these Soccer Nations, fans live and breathe the sport.

Photos of the world's 7 greenest cities

According to MIT and the World Economic Forum, these are the most livable and environmentally friendly cities on the globe.

A rotating skyscraper is on the drawing board for 2020

Renting an apartment in this shape-shifting tower would be revolutionary.