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Museyon’s Guide To… Sasquatch!

 The now annual Sasquatch! Music Festival is set to take place May 29th- 31st, or Memorial Day Weekend, once again this year and has brought a line-up worthy of a plane ticket to the Pacific Northwest. But this nine time winner of Pollstar Magazine’s award for Best Outdoor Music Venue isn’t like any other festival, here’s what you need to ... Read More »

Chronicles: St. Paul’s Chapel, NYC

Over the course of its 350-year history, St. Paul’s Chapel in New York has been the witness to some of the city’s most triumphant and tragic moments. Built in 1766 on land granted by Queen Anne of Britain, St. Paul’s is New York’s oldest building in continuous use and the oldest remaining church in the city. The church’s architecture is ... Read More »

New York’s Hidden Alley + Art

Every street in New York holds a story and in the historical Greenwich Village, every corner does too.   Few of the millions of tourists who come to Washington Square Park every day notice the small alleyway tucked away off of MacDougal St. but hidden amongst the buildings lies MacDougal Alley. Built in the 1830s to house the horses of ... Read More »

When Harry Met Sally + Travel

When you think of iconic love stories you think Romeo and Juliet, Casablanca, Gone with the Wind but if you are a baby boomer, you think When Harry Met Sally.   Not your typical “chick flick,” When Harry Met Sally follows the lives and complicated friendship and courtship of two not so great college friends as they live and work ... Read More »

News: Happy Earth Day!

Today is Earth Day and to celebrate and bring awareness to vital environmental issues, there are celebrations, rallies and meetings happening all over the world from the Philippines to Rome.   The Earth Day site has a great list of events happening in every corner of the world. For those in America, the big Earth Day Climate rally on the ... Read More »

Spotlight On…Electric Lady Studios, NY

Electric Lady Studios in New York is one of those places that hold a venerable spot in rock and roll legend. Started by Jimmy Hendrix in 1970 after him and his business partner bought a nightclub but decided they needed a studio instead, the studios were designed by well-known architect and acoustician John Storyk and were custom built for Hendrix ... Read More »

Travel Obsession: Directing Duo Hunts Giants in “World’s Largest” Documentary

  When we travel the world, we follow our obsessions—art, music, and film. But we tip our hats explorers with different obsessions in mind, like Elizabeth Donius and Amy Elliott, the filmmakers behind the upcoming documentary, “World’s Largest”. Instead of following in the footsteps of famous artists or tracking down the original film locations of Kung-Fu classics, Donius and Elliott ... Read More »

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