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HBO’s Treme + New Orleans Music Venues

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The much-anticipated new tv show Treme premiered a few weeks ago on HBO and already has spawned a legion of fans and rave reviews from critics. We at Museyon are not immune to Treme’s southern charms. It shouldn’t be surprising though that what we’ve been most fascinated with are all the great travel tips its writers are bestowing on us ... Read More »

Sunday’s Oscar Wins Continue to Bring Attention to Controversial Locations

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  Let’s give one last great round of applause to the Oscar winners last night. While the show itself was a tad dull, being the creators of a travel-guide series that tours you through the world’s most famous film locations, we were thrilled by the virtual global voyage the Academy Awards offered. while James Cameron’s “Avatar” picked up scores of ... Read More »

“Where They At”, a Look at Queer Rap in The Big Easy, Bounces to NYC’s Henry Street Settlement

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It’s never been a secret that much of hip-hop lyrics, culture, and attitudes often come off as foursquare against homosexuals and homosexuality, enhancing already inflated masculine braggadocio with gestures of intolerance. Its a sad fact of life lightened with the knowledge that the scene, with its bold personalities, music, and fashions could so easily overlap with the bold personalities, music, ... Read More »

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You don’t have to head to Eastern Europe to take a musical trip to the Balkans. Brooklyn’s own Slavic Soul Party!, a 10-piece brass band combines traditional gypsy music with New Orleans jazz and Macedonian funk (we’re not sure what that last one sounds like, so we’ll have to take their word for it). And sprinkled on top is a ... Read More »

Buying Bueller

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Want to own a bit of movie history? Then pony up $2.3 million and become the owner of the Highland Park, Chicago, home from the John Hughes classic, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Best remembered as the place where Ferris Bueller’s sidekick, Cameron Frye (played by Alan Ruck), crashes his dad’s 1958 Ferrari through a glass-walled garage, the modern four-bedroom is currently ... Read More »

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