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The Scene in Six Sounds: Iceland

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It’s Wednesday, which means our Ireland-based music guide, James Hendicott is back for another round of The Scene in Six Sounds. Last week he took us of South Korea that went way beyond K-Pop, today he’s out to prove that there’s way more to iceland than icebergs and Bjork…   Read More »

Music Interview: Simon Iddol + Budapest

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  Simon Iddol is the first interview subject we’ve had to journey around his city and take photos for us to include in his post on all about Budapest. But that’s Simon, groundbreaking. In April of 2006, Simon started blogging and producing mashups incognito as the mysterious “DJ from Vatican City.” During his three ‘Vatican Years’, Simon Iddol became one ... Read More »

What To Do When Weather Strikes

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With one of Museyon’s roving reporters stranded on the road we’ve experienced first-hand the effects of the volcanic eruption in Iceland. But while Eyjafjallajokull’s eruption may be a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence, bad weather halts planes all the time. So here’s some tips on what to do next time snow, lightning or plain old bad luck puts the kibosh on your travel ... Read More »

Volcanoes + Art

  In case you missed the news for the past week, a volcano has been erupting in Iceland since the end of March and while it’s been a boon for their country’s tourism, it’s been a detriment to others. The clouds of volcanic ash and mist caused by melting glaciers are shutting down airports all over Northern Europe. The list ... Read More »

“City of Life and Death” Pulled From Film Forum, Sigur Rós Singer’s Vid, Star Wars Tourism, and Cycling Across India

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  National Geographic Entertainment has decided to pull “City of Life and Death” (above, courtesy of National Geographic Entertainment), a dramatization of Japanese “Rape of Nanking” from a coming screening at Film Forum due to ongoing skirmishes with the Chinese ministry of foreign affairs. [NYT]   DreamTours is offering a 46-day cycle tour across India in 2011. It’s 2,050 miles ... Read More »

(Way) Behind the Scenes

Where the Wild Things Are

People have been buzzing about the the latest Spike Jonze project for a while now — and for a lot of good reasons. Not only is the cultishly popular director remaking Maurice Sendak‘s beloved children’s book, ‘Where the Wild Things Are,‘ with writer and McSweeney’s founder Dave Eggers, there’s also been a nice batch of studio drama for some added intrigue. Long story ... Read More »

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