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Caravaggio in Chicago

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If all our talk of our upcoming guide to Art + Travel Europe has you thirsting to see the real thing, then you’re in luck–well, at least if you live in Chicago. The Art Institute of Chicago, the Windy City’s premier art museum, is currently hosting Caravaggio’s 1601 masterpiece Read More »

A King-Sized Celebration

Graceland, Memphis, Tennessee

Seventy-five years ago today, the world of music was forever changed when Elvis Aaron Presley was born in Tupelo, Mississippi. Now you can honor his legacy with a king-sized celebration at Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee. All weekend long the seriously OTT museum is hosting special tours and talks in addition to their usual Elvis-centric fare. The mansion is a U.S. ... Read More »

100 Years of Kurosawa

Toshiro Mifune in Akira Kurosawa's 'Throne of Blood'

2010 marks more than just a new decade it’s also the centenary of famed director Akira Kurosawa. New York City’s Film Forum is celebrating with a four-week Kurosawa film festival, featuring 29 films — ranging from the 1950s classics Rashomon and Seven Samurai to the 1990 surrealist masterpiece Dreams. The series starts this Wednesday, January 6, and runs through February ... Read More »

One Night Only: Pedro Almodovar in NYC

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Sometimes there’s nothing better than sitting in a movie theater and watching a great flick to wind town the week. Well tonight BAMcinématek makes moviegoing even better with a screening of ‘Broken Embraces‘ introduced by the director himself. Head to the Brooklyn Academy of Music for the film’s 6:40 screening to see the flick with a special introduction by Pedro ... Read More »

Celebrate National Bookstore Day: Buy a Book (Any Book)

National Bookstore Day

Tomorrow add a little lit to your weekend and celebrate National Bookstore Day by buying a book at a real-life bookstore. At a time when it’s harder than ever for brick-and-mortar booksellers to compete with the big guys (not that we don’t love them, too), Publishers Weekly has declared November 6 the first-ever National Bookstore Day, and more than 140 ... Read More »

Cook, Eat, Drink, and Be Merry

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How would you feel about spending the weekend hanging out with a handful of hot celebrity chefs; getting the rundown on the best restaurants in Manhattan; indulging in tantalizing tastings; learning from live cooking demonstrations; and doing some holiday shopping? Pretty satisfied, right? Then listen up because here’s the lowdown…   Read More »

It Happened Last Night

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Last night we celebrated the launch of Music+Travel Worldwide with live mini-shows by Xiao He and Shou Wang. Thanks to everyone who came out to make the event a great success, including Nick Frisch and our new friends at Maybe Mars, who made the trip all the way from China! We’ve also gotta say thank to Charles at Von, for ... Read More »

Museyon Live: One Night Only

Shou Wang & Shenggy of White

Tonight Museyon celebrates the launch of Music+Travel Worldwide with two of our friends from Beijing. Here’s a sneak peek at what to expect from Xiao He and Jeff Zhang Shouwang.   Since the late ’90s, Xiao He has been a pioneering force in the Beijing underground first as a member of the experimental rock band Glorious Pharmacy. Today he mostly ... Read More »

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