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Museyon’s Guide To: Tribeca Film Festival

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  A week from today begins the 9th annual Tribeca Film Festival, founded by Robert De Niro as a way to revitalize lower Manhattan after the 9/11 attacks. Since the festival’s conception, it has grown to be one of the world’s leading film festivals attracting filmmakers, musicians and artists from all around the world. Thinking about attending the festival this ... Read More »

Art + Travel + WALL-E

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  The 2008 Disney film WALL-E became an instant classic with it’s incredible computer animation and tender story of a heroic robot. During the closing credits of the movie, art history buffs were treated to a special surprise, a historical time-line of the world’s art with WALL-E and friends incorporated as the main feature. The credits are a smorgasbord of ... Read More »

Museums + Twitter

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Exciting news this morning via the Museum of Modern Art’s Twitter (@museummodernart),The Rijksmuseum is now officially tweeting from @Rijksmuseum! Yes, we are such nerds for art and museum-hopping that this made our morning. We can’t wait to hear what they have to say; hopefully some of it is in English!   As we sit here anxiously awaiting the Rijksmuseum’s tweets, ... Read More »

News: McDonalds + Cupcakes?

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We’re not sure if this is a ploy to get German McDonald’s customers excited about the new Sex and the City movie or an attempt to bank on a secret rabid fandom German McDonald’s customers have for the fabulous New York foursome. Either way, it’s kind of creepy.   German McDonalds are now serving up four types of cupcakes: chocolate, ... Read More »

Banksy at Sundance + NYC Graffiti

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Every year that Project Runway takes place in New York, there is a challenge where the designers must go out into the streets and take photos to be inspired by and every year at least one of the designers comes back with a stack of photos of graffiti art because “graffiti is so New York.” Despite the cliche, yes, graffiti ... Read More »

Music + Travel… On a Boat?

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You love music, you love travel but what about travelling with music? No, we’re not talking about stocking-up your ipod for the plane, we’re talking about Sixthman’s series of rock ‘n’ roll cruises. Imagine all the relaxation (read: laziness) of a regular cruise but instead of being stuck with a half-rate Broadway review and hack comedian as your evening’s entertainment ... Read More »

I Ain’t Afraid of No Ghost

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One of our favorite sites to browse on a daily basis is Scouting New York, a blog chronicling the finds of Nick Carr, a New York City locations scout. His finds include impossible to see gargoyles on the tops of buildings, fading signs from yesteryear and hidden alleyways. When we first found the site we have to admit, we spent ... Read More »

Munch in Pop Culture

The Scream

Since we’re on the topic of Munch today, we thought we’d take a look at how this enigmatic and deeply depressive artist’s most famous work has become one of the most influential and most recognizable in pop-culture. It’s an image that writers and filmmakers can’t seem to shake and we know, you know exactly which one we’re talking about…   ... Read More »

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