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A Ride on the ‘Darjeeling Limited’

What better way to shake off the Mondays than by dreaming of travel to exotic lands. Today, let’s head to India for a ride on ‘The Darjeeling Limited,’ Wes Anderson’s filmic train tour of Rajasthan, which runs from Jodhpur to Jaisalmer. All aboard, after the jump!       Read More »

New York Rock City

We couldn’t let September 11th pass without giving a shout out to our beloved hometown, New York City. So today, here’s our top 10 New York City music moments, on video and in no particular order, after the jump. With so much to choose from these are just a few of our favorites — did yours make the list?   Read More »

A Calgary Cowboy Holiday

Ang Lee’s groundbreaking 2005 romance ‘Brokeback Mountain’ features sweeping vistas of Wyoming’s Big Horn mountains and prairie. But if you want to get to Brokeback Mountain, you’ll need to head a little further north to Alberta Canada.   Read More »

Brooklyn Bound

With the Brooklyn Book Festival right around the corner, we’ve got Kings County on the mind. So let’s head across the East River and check out some of our favorite Brooklyn movie moments…   Read More »

When Religion and Culture Collide

What do you do when your passion and your religion are at odds with one another? That’s the question behind the new doc ‘Deen Tight‘ from Mustafa Davis. More and more Muslims living in the West are turning to music, and hip-hop in particular, to express their faith, despite the fact that many traditional Muslims consider music taboo. ‘Deen Tight’ ... Read More »

Museyon Live in Brooklyn

Hey book lovers! This Sunday, September 13, swing by the Brooklyn Book Festival for your chance to come say hello to your friends at Museyon. We’ll have plenty of books for sale plus news about our upcoming titles.   This year’s event has drawn some real literary heavyweights, including two of Brookyln’s most famous scribes — Pete Hamill and Paul ... Read More »

The Scene: 2 Kolegas

In our guide to Music+Travel, writer Nick Frisch shows you all around Beijing’s experimental music scene. And while the city is teeming with cool clubs and cool music, we’re especially feeling 2 Kolegas. The club is a no-frills dive bar located in a former drive-in movie theater, started by two friends (hence the name).  It’s a bit of a hike ... Read More »

And ‘Y Tu Mamá Tambien,’ Too

On Avenida Culiacan in Mexico City you’ll find the offices of Canana Films, the production company run by Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal, two of Mexico’s most popular young actors. The pair became international stars after Alfonso Cuarón’s hit, ‘Y Tu Mamá Tambien,’ a film that itself begins in Mexico City. Part coming of age story and part quest ... Read More »

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