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News: Picasso Exhibition Opens at The Met

Picasso, Gertrude Stein, 1906

There aren’t many museums that need to look no further than their own collection to present such a large and sweeping exhibition on the work of one of the world’s most famous painters- but The Metropolitan Museum of Art isn’t just any museum. Through the generosity of benefactors and donations, The Met has over the years accumulated “one of the ... Read More »

Art Interview: Nezka Pfeifer + Scranton, PA

Everhart Museum c.2007

When you think of Scranton, PA, one particular TV show probably pops into your mind. Well, lets keep the “That’s what she said” jokes to a minimum because Scranton has a lot more to offer than the Dunder Mifflen Paper Company, like the eclectic Everhart Museum for instance. The Everhart is the largest public museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania and situated ... Read More »

News: A Pop Journey Through Art History

70 Million by Hold Your Horses ! from L’Ogre on Vimeo.   L’Ogre Productions did an amazing job of reconstructing famous works of art in their video for Franco-Americn band Hold Your Horses! Keep an eye out for the references to Vermeer’s Girl with a pearl earring, Munch’s The Scream and Van Gogh’s self-portrait. Read More »

When Harry Met Sally + Travel

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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 »

Extended Travel: Neuschwanstein, Germany

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Less than two hours outside of Munich, along a quaint two-lane highway, sits a castle any little girl will recognize. The castle rises from amongst the treetops, high up the mountainside, looking as if it has emerged from a dream and if you were to blink, it might disappear forever. The castle is Neuschwanstein, former home of a reclusive king, ... Read More »

News: Airspace Opens Over Europe

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As Eyjafjallajokull starts to weaken, airspace all over Europe has begun to open. Good news for stranded travelers, though the backlog means that many will still be stuck where they are for at least for a few more days. At a concert in London last night, Amanda Palmer sang a newly minted song about being separated from her fiance, the ... Read More »

2 Days In: Burgos, Spain

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So, you’ve seen all the Goya paintings that Madrid has to offer, eaten as much jamon as humanly possible at El Museo del Jamon and want to get away for the weekend. Where do you go? Our suggestion is head north to the former capital of Spain and home of El Cid, Burgos. Read More »

Lost in Translation + Travel

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Lost in Translation takes place over the course of a few days in Japan and follows the unlikely friendship of an aging actor, Bill Murray, and a newly graduated, newly married girl, Scarlett Johansson. The film was nominated for four Oscars and won for best original screenplay. The locations used in the movie were all real and many you can ... Read More »

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