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Spotlight On…Niceto, Buenos Aires


  Multiple stories, a dance floor that doesn’t kick-off until 3am and a trendy crowd that can smell the next big thing from a mile away. Welcome to Niceto, a dance club and much more located on an industrial strip of Buenos Aires.   Before midnight, Niceto’s two stages alternate between traditional cabaret, hip-hop and local bands. A forerunner in ... Read More »

News: World’s Top Photo Award in Arles

Prix Pictet, the prestigious photography award, launched today at the world’s foremost photography festival Les Rencontres d’Arles. The announcement for this year’s theme, Growth, will be held tonight in Arles at the Théâtre Antique. Since its launch in 2008 by the Geneva-based private bank Pictet & Cie, the Prix Pictet has become the world’s leading prize in photography and sustainability. ... Read More »

Chronicles: St. Marks Church in-the-Bowery

St Mark's Church in-the-Bowery, New York City, photo by: Momos

Above 8th St. in New York City, the streets run only one of two ways, horizontal from the East River to the Hudson River and vertical, reaching to north to the Harlem River. All except for a single street that is; Stuyvesant St. It is here, on the one street allowed to cut diagonally across from the West Village to ... Read More »

News: Chronicles of Old New York!

chronicles_of_old_ny_cover website

We’re happy to announce that our newest publication, Chronicles of Old New York is now on sale! Buy it here on our site, Amazon or Barnes and Noble!   The history of New York City is written in its streets; uncover it with Chronicles of Old New York, a new guide enjoyable for history buffs, New York residents, and NYC ... Read More »

Music Interview: Jill Sorrels + Austin

Black Joe Lewis, photo by: Cambria Harkey

Last week, we interviewed one half of the events company Knuckle Rumbler and this week its the other half’s turn, producer extraordinaire Jill Sorrels. Jill was nice enough to answer our questions about Austin, Texas, the home of Knuckle Rumbler and the city deemed the “Live Music Capital of the World” where each year the massive SXSW Music, Film and ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide to…Pitchfork Festival


Normally, Pitchfork is a highly critical website devoted to rating the indie music scene one album at a time but for one weekend every summer, they turn their hometown of Chicago into the personification of their online self with the Pitchfork Festival- three days of music and comedy from some of the highest rated bands to grace their pages. Taking ... Read More »

Chronicles: Death Shall Have No Dominion

White Horse Tavern

“Once upon a time there was a tavern Where we used to raise a glass or two Remember how we laughed away the hours And dreamed of all the great things we would do”   And so begins Gene Raskin’s song, “Those were the Days,” written in the early 1960s as a lament for the passing of the golden folk ... Read More »

News: Lynch + Manson Exhibit in Vienna

David Lynch, 'Eat My Fear'

From June 30th until July 25th, The Kunsthalle Wien project space in Vienna, Austria will be exhibiting a unique show featuring the work of super-alt-rocker Marilyn Manson and director David Lynch. On display are 21 watercolors from Manson and conceptual sculptures from Lynch, both of whom have worked together in several of Lynch’s films with Manson taking on minor roles. ... Read More »

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