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News: David Byrne’s Bicycle Diaries

Famed musician, artist, bicycle advocate and not to mention former lead singer of the Talking Heads, David Byrne will be releasing his bestselling Viking Press, Bicycle Diaries, as an enhanced audiobook on September 28 with pre-orders beginning today. You can buy the book exclusively at www.bicycle-diaries.com.   This new edition is narrated by Byrne and features music (by Byrne) and ... Read More »

News: Banksy, England and Tesco

A possible Banksy has been spotted in Sussex, England, in the town of St. Leonards; a baby playing at the beach with the word Tesco (a UK grocery store) on the sandcastles. Banksy was in town over the week for the birthday of fellow graffiti artist Ben Eine, famous for donning shop shutters with large, colorful letters.   The Hastings’ ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide to the Weekend

  Celebrate: It’s Labor Day weekend in America, the unofficial end of the summer when kids head back to school and summer Friday’s come to a sad halt. Time to roll out those bbqs for one last hurrah and remember to check your local calendar for any town parades!   Watch: The American – As an assassin, Jack (George Clooney) ... Read More »

News: Van Gogh’s Bedroom is Back

  The Van Gogh Museum has announced that after six months of labor, Van Gogh’s 1888 masterpiece, The Bedroom, has been restored. “It looks much fresher and brighter now,” Van Gogh Museum curator Leo Jansen told the Associated Press. “It’s more … as van Gogh intended it to be. It’s more peaceful.” The conservator in charge of the operation, Ella ... Read More »

Spotlight On: Liberty & Co.

  What was started by visionary Arthur Lasenby Liberty in 1874 with only a £2,000 loan from his father-in-law has since surfaced to become one of the most iconic British brands, Liberty & Co.   When Liberty opened his first store, he was convinced that he could change the look of homewares and fashion by carrying brightly colored ornaments, fabric ... Read More »

News: The Branchage Int’l Film Fest

The third Branchage International film festival takes place September 23 – 26 on the island of Jersey in the UK with film screenings, live music events and parties in an array of weird and wonderful locations.   Making use of the island’s many unusual indoor and outdoor settings such as the 13th Century Mont Orgueil Castle, Jersey War Tunnels, several ... Read More »

Music Interview: Adrian Santos + Memphis

  Adrian Santos not only makes the party, he is the party. This owner of the marketing company Revolt is a full-time event maker and dj and holds down the fort in his adoptive hometown of Memphis. Adrian shares with us his musical tips for this legendary music city.   What should we know before we go to the Memphis? ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide To…ATP NY

  Imagine Dirty Dancing except with Iggy Pop as Johnny and the Vivian Girls (collectively) as Baby and that’s maybe close to what you’ll get on a trip to All Tomorrow’s Parties, New York. The American branch of this UK festival takes place at Kutsher’s Country Club in Monticello, NY. Kutsher’s is one of the last of a dying breed ... Read More »

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