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The reviews keep coming in and we couldn’t be happier. The Japanese-language weekly New York Seikatsu (Life) profiled Museyon’s publisher, Akira Chiba, while editor Anne Ishii spoke with Public Radio International’s The World for their Geo Quiz. Listen to her chat with Michael Rass and test your own movie trivia. The people over at Tripcrazed ask, “Would you travel with Museyon?” And Film in Focus gives ... Read More »

Party People

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Last week we feted Museyon’s big launch with a party at Idlewild Books. Here’s a look at what went down, thanks to the fabulous photographer Kerstin Hecker. Click through for a slideshow! All images copyright Kerstin Hecker Photography Read More »

Hot off the Press

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We can’t help but get excited when people buzz about Museyon, so needless to say we were thrilled to see the series up on the website of the venerable Gray Lady. Head on over to the New York Times, where writer Hilary Howard gives Museyon a shout-out on the In Transit blog. Then pick up a copy (or two) and ... Read More »

Film + Fashion

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Craving a fix of fashion on film? Then head to the Met. This summer, the museum plays hosts to a series of film screenings in celebration of the Costume Instute’s latest exhibition, Model as Muse. The real highlight starts before the opening credits even roll. Each film is all accompanied by pre-screening chats with curator Harold Koda and A-list special guests including famed model Carmen ... Read More »

The Winner’s Circle

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A big congratulations goes out to the winners of the raffle at last night’s Film + Travel launch party. Thanks to everyone who came out and everyone who entered, but unfortunately, if you’re name isn’t on this list you didn’t win. Feel free to direct your jealousy at the following lucky people: Kyle Hansen took the grand prize of a ... Read More »

Oh What a Night!

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Last night Museyon Guides celebrated the official launch of our first release — Film + Travel. Thanks to everyone who came out, and to everyone who bought the book. Thanks to all the Museyon Guides who made it, including Liz Brown (our expert on Italy), Alavro Ceppi (our Guide in Chile), Enrique Ramirez (your guide to Scandinavia and Mexico) and ... Read More »

Buying Bueller

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Want to own a bit of movie history? Then pony up $2.3 million and become the owner of the Highland Park, Chicago, home from the John Hughes classic, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Best remembered as the place where Ferris Bueller’s sidekick, Cameron Frye (played by Alan Ruck), crashes his dad’s 1958 Ferrari through a glass-walled garage, the modern four-bedroom is currently ... Read More »

Be There or Be Square

Clear your calendars kiddies, it’s time for Museyon Guides’ big bash. Join us tomorrow at Idlewild Books, New York City’s premier resource for all international and travel-related books, to celebrate the launch of Museyon Guides and meet some of our writers. The party runs from 7-9 p.m., and features food, vino courtesy of Vibrant Rioja, door prizes and much, much ... Read More »

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