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News: New Shepard Fairey Mural in NYC

You might recall that last week we put-up a guide to graffiti art around NYC. Well, it goes to show you how quickly things can change in New York. The OS Gemeos mural on E. Houston and Bowery has taken over by Shepard Fairey. We wonder what happens to the past murals because that OS Gemeos one sure would have ... Read More »

News: NYC Museums Send Out #ashtag

Stuck in New York? Eyjafjallajokull have you down? Well the NYC museums are here to help. Through this Friday, the below list of museums (from NYCGo) are offering free admission to people who present a transatlantic airline ticket dated April 14-23rd. Now if only life were like From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler and stranded passengers could ... Read More »

News: Are Airline Charges Out of Control?

An airline charging for checked luggage is one thing but now charging for carry-ons? Well, New York Senator Chuck Schumer isn’t having it and after making calls to the CEOs of American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, US Airways and JetBlue Airways, he has convinced them not to go the same route as Spirit Airlines- which in August will ... Read More »

News: Record Store Day

Tomorrow is Record Store Day, a day in which to go out to your local independent record shop and give them a little support. Tons of bands around the world are getting behind this by offering exclusives and doing special in-store performances.   The official Record Store Day site is keeping a list of special releases being offered for the ... Read More »

News: Museum Mile Festival 2010

The date for this year’s Museum Mile Festival in New York City was announced today. The festival, now in its 32nd year, will take place on June 8th along 23 closed streets up 5th Avenue from 82nd to 105th st. Festival goers will have free access to nine museums along the mile from 6pm-9pm and will be treated to music ... Read More »

News: McDonalds + Cupcakes?

We’re not sure if this is a ploy to get German McDonald’s customers excited about the new Sex and the City movie or an attempt to bank on a secret rabid fandom German McDonald’s customers have for the fabulous New York foursome. Either way, it’s kind of creepy.   German McDonalds are now serving up four types of cupcakes: chocolate, ... Read More »

What’s New in Hong Kong? Gastropubs, Towering Views, and Lots of Smog

  If you’ve ever thumbed through a copy of our “FILM + TRAVEL: Asia, Oceania, Africa” (and if you haven’t, you really should), you’d know that Hong Kong is one of our favorite towns for ear-splitting, bone-crunching cinematic action. But the backdrop for such explosive, high-kicking flicks as “Infernal Affairs”, “Chungking Express”, and thousands upon thousands of others is not ... Read More »

Venice’s Newest Museum is Also One of Its Oldest

  According to a fascinating article in today’s New York Times, one of the first true museums ever, the Palazzo Grimani, is now one of Europe’s newest exhibition spaces as the 500+-year-old structure reopens to the public after a century and a half of disuse and a nine year restoration. Read More »

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