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Tron Hunting, All Points West To Fold, and An Early Draft of Cameron’s Acceptance Speech

  Well that was quick. After only two successful years of concerts, New Jersey’s All Points West festival may already be done. (Sound of the City)   California’s Mount Diablo will not be renamed after Ronald Reagan, mostly because “Diablo” sounds really, really cool. (Animal)   Chinese artists were beaten during a peaceful march in Bejing protesting their violent eviction ... Read More »

Click or Treat!

We’re gearing up for Mischief Night and here at Museyon, our minds have turned to all things spooky. In honor of the most important day of the year (Halloween, in case you weren’t paying attention) we’ve scoured the web to find some seriously spooky links.   The Scariest Movies You Haven’t Seen: Slate (via NPR) looks at some underrated horror ... Read More »

Scouting ‘A Serious Man’

The Coen Brothers scoured the Midwest to find the perfect place to play the place where they grew up in their latest film, ‘A Serious Man‘. The story of physics professor Larry Gopnik and his family, the film is set in 1967, in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, in an intellectual Jewish household similar to the one the Coens grew up ... Read More »

Meet Museyon: Peter Margasak

On today’s episode of Meet Museyon let’s all give a warm welcome to Peter Margasak, our man in Chicago. He’s the guy behind the Chicago Reader’s music-minded Post No Bills blog, and a “brutally honest” critic with an encyclopedic knowledge of music. In Music+Travel Worldwide, he’s your guide to the ins and outs of the city’s legendary jazz scene. Find out ... Read More »

A Roman (Polanski) Holiday

Roman Polanski may not be going anywhere for a while, now that (allegedly?) raping a 13-year-old has finally caught up with him and all. He may be holed up in a Swiss jail, but his films provide a trip around the world. Even after his exile from the United States in 1977, the director continued to shoot on location throughout Europe ... Read More »

We Only Want 2 See U Laughing in the Purple Rain

Get ready to head back to 1984 and channel your inner Purple One — it’s the 25th anniversary of Prince’s pop-rock musical masterpiece ‘Purple Rain.’ In honor of this most momentous occasion, Celebrate Brooklyn is hosting a screening/singalong with 14-piece disco orchestra Escort this Thursday, August 6, at the Prospect Park Bandshell. Moviegoers are asked to “don something lacy and ruffled and come ... Read More »

And That’s When Things Got Meta

What happens when a food blogger writes a book about blogging, then the book becomes a movie, and then food bloggers blog about the movie about the book about blog? Does the world implode? Not yet, but Nora Ephron’s Julie & Julia — the story of an aimless woman who finds herself by cooking and blogging her way through the ... Read More »

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