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Music Interview: Adam Ritchie + Boston

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Adam Ritchie is a man on a mission. That mission (as stated in his twitter bio): “maintaining a dual life: fearlessly running a brand communications agency by day / shamelessly rocking in The Lights Out by night.” Well so far, mission accomplished. Ritchie’s drive and passion has seen his company flourish as well as his band; last year The Lights ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide to…Primavera Sound

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Now in its tenth year, The Primavera Sound Festival is one of the most enduring and beautifully set of the European Summer fests. And over the course of its ten years, the festival has only grown, from 8,000 tickets sold in its first year to over 74,000 in 2009.   The Primavera Sound Festival takes place May 27th to the ... Read More »

Extended Travel: Saint Rémy

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Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh spent much of the last years of his life in France. The artist’s stay in Arles is perhaps one of his most well known periods as he spent nine-weeks with Gaugin there and painted 300 works. The final year of his life though was spent in Saint Rémy-de-Provence, just northeast of Arles, before his fateful ... Read More »

News: Timelapse Journey Across China

Today via Shaghiist comes an extraordinary video from American designer, animator and Shanghai resident, Abram Hodgens. Hodgens spent two months travelling across China, going to Beijing, Xi’an, Xiahe, Jiayuguan, Dunhuang, Tulufan, Urumqi, Kanasi, Kashgar, Chengdu, Leshan, Litang, Danba, Shangri-la (Zhongdian) and Dali, creating this video using timelapse photography along the way. Musicphiles might recognize the song used in the background, ... Read More »

2 Days In: Cadaqués, Spain

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Situated two and a half hours from Barcelona on the famed Costa Brava, is the strange and beautiful town of Cadaques. Nestled into a bay, this sleepy fishing village is home to only a couple of thousand residents but because of its peacefulness and clear ocean waters, will on Summer weekends hold ten times that in tourists. There are only ... Read More »

Moonstruck + Travel

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There are few movies that portray New York Italians with such care and passion as the 1987 film Moonstruck does with the Castorini family. The movie takes place in Brooklyn and Manhattan and chronicles the affairs of Loretta Castorini as she becomes engaged to Johnny Cammareri but falls in love with his wild, younger, brother Ronny- whom she calls a ... Read More »

News: The Concise Dictionary of Dress

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Commissioned by Artangel, the British non-profits arts organization supported by the Arts Council of England, fashion curator for the Victoria and Albert Museum Judith Clark and psychoanalyst Adam Phillips together have created a psychological look at clothing in their new exhibition, The Concise Dictionary of Dress.   The exhibition “re-describes clothing in terms of anxiety, wish and desire, as a ... Read More »

Spotlight On…The Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn

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It’s not often you would go to a bowling alley to do anything but bowl, but The Brooklyn Bowl isn’t your typical bowling alley. Outfitted with a 600 capacity concert space, a renowned bbq restaurant, known to have the best fried chicken in New York by the way, and a bar stocked with 10 different varieties of local brew, at ... Read More »

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