Natasha Frost, Atlas Obscura

Natasha Frost

Atlas Obscura

New York, United States

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Past articles by Natasha:

How Alaskan Yup’ik People Are Reviving the Culture Lost to the 1919 Flu

After the pandemic erased a generation, putting the pieces of the puzzle back together. → Read More

A Rare Recipe From a Talented Chef Enslaved by a Founding Father

Despite James Hemings’s leading role in Jefferson’s kitchen, he’s credited with only a handful of recipes. → Read More

Meet the United States’s Only Female Lighthouse Keeper

Sally Snowman belongs to a tradition of freedom, loneliness, and pride. → Read More

Airport Surveillance Is About to Reach a Whole New Level of Ridiculousness

Privacy experts and epidemiologists alike question the utility of some of the proposed plans to make flying safer during the pandemic. → Read More

7 Ways the World Transforms Leftover Bread Into Delicious Dishes and Drinks

Highlights from a long history of turning crumbs into puddings, soups, and brews. → Read More

Tens of thousands are still stuck on cruise ships

Whose fault it is depends very much on who you ask. → Read More

China gains and the US loses in a world with no foreign tourism

Good news for China, bad news for the US. → Read More

Thousands of jobs have been cut at the world's biggest travel companies, and it's only Tuesday

Airbnb, United, and Virgin Atlantic now have little padding left to weather these knocks and bumps. → Read More

The wide-body plane may be another casualty of coronavirus

Thrifty single aisle planes have seldom made more sense. → Read More

Why are airplanes still flying?

US airlines have little say in the matter. → Read More

China’s domestic aviation recovery is good news for the world’s airlines

Where China goes, the world follows. → Read More

Virgin Atlantic needs a rescue plan, and fast

The airline needs a substantial cash injection to prevent its collapse. → Read More

One country is making climate protection a condition for airline bailouts

Austria is the only country so far to propose green regulations as part of government aid. → Read More

This year’s summer vacation will be local, outdoors, and subject to cancellation

“There’s little more than hope at this point, which we know is not a plan.” → Read More

Flying may never be as cheap again

In the post-Covid 19 world, we may have no option but paying more to travel. → Read More

Nevada’s casinos want to be among the first businesses to reopen next month

Operators in Nevada are calling on the governor to allow them to open in May. → Read More

Express Covid-19 testing may become the new norm before flying

Airlines and airports hope that the tests may help return passengers to the skies. → Read More

What to do if you risk overstaying your US visa due to Covid-19

Navigating immigration processes can be stressful at the best of times, let alone in a global pandemic. → Read More

Businesses all over the world are learning that “force majeure” is no get-out-of-jail-free card

Coronavirus-hit companies are looking to an obscure legal term for deliverance. → Read More

Coronavirus has led to Kraft Heinz’s first good news in years

The packaged food company is enjoying a return to the spotlight. → Read More