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Happy New Year from Museyon Guides

  2009 has been a big year for us at here Museyon. Just six months ago we launched our first title, Film+Travel series, then we followed it up in November with Music+Travel Worldwide. Here at Museyon dot com we talked Berlin with the Criterion Collection and got the skinny on music scenes from some of our favorite music acts from ... Read More »

Tough Crowd Chanson

Now I’m not exactly sure who the woman in this video is, or what she’s singing about, but man … is she up against a tough crowd or what? Check out with guy with his hand thoughtfully, pensively, sternly placed on his chin. Or the woman with her arms coldly crossed over her chest. Not a smile in the whole ... Read More »

Deep Thoughts with Andrew W.K. (Part 2)

Yesterday we shared with you part one of our conversation with Andrew W.K., where we found out about the secretive business of being W.K. and the new freedom W.K. has found thanks to his brand new record label Skyscraper Music Maker.   Today, we’re back with part two, where we chat with Andrew about his red-hot New York City club ... Read More »

Deep Thoughts with Andrew W.K.

Rockstar. Performance artist. Party animal. Motivational speaker. Poseur. Genius. Hack.   The jury’s been out on Andrew W.K. since he burst onto the scene with the rock anthem ‘Party Hard’ from the 2001 album ‘I Get Wet‘. But the pop star’s myth has gotten even deeper; just last week he told a London audience that he is an actor playing ... Read More »

Movies in Malta

It’s a tiny island off the coast of Italy, but the Malta has had its fair share of starring roles in blockbusters with big-name stars like Brad Pitt and Madonna. The capital city of Valletta, with its pristine ancient and medieval architecture has been transformed into ancient Greece and Rome in flicks like ‘Troy‘, ‘Gladiator‘ and ‘Alexander‘.   If you ... Read More »

One Night Only: Pedro Almodovar in NYC

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 »

Punk Rock’s Desert Digs

Looking for a rock ‘n’ roll twist on a rustic vacation? Then head to the Rosa Muerta, the desert hideaway designed and built by LA punk rocker-turned-architect Robert Stone. Exposed to the elements, the 1,300-square-foot all-black bungalow is a “glamping” site — that’s glamourous camping — and for $220 a night you get a shower, spa, kitchen, and all the ... Read More »

Behind the Scene with Family Force 5

Forget Gospel music and Amy Grant. Christian music has a new face and it’s young, loud and sometimes guy-linered. To get the scoop on the scene we chatted with Chap Stique, the guitarist of Family Force 5, to find out what it means to be a Christian rocker today. What we found out involves a lot of ’80s references and ... Read More »

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