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Get Free Tickets to the NYC Adventures in Travel Expo

No plans for the weekend? How about learning to scuba dive, rock climb and zip line? Do it all and more at the Adventures in Travel Expo.   This Saturday and Sunday the Adventures in Travel Expo brings a world of excitement to New York City. Head to the Javits Center for the scoop on the latest news and trends ... Read More »

The Scene in Six Sounds: Iceland

It’s Wednesday, which means our Ireland-based music guide, James Hendicott is back for another round of The Scene in Six Sounds. Last week he took us of South Korea that went way beyond K-Pop, today he’s out to prove that there’s way more to iceland than icebergs and Bjork…   Read More »

Inside Eithiopop

Most Americans got their first taste of Ethiopop from ‘Broken Flowers‘ the 2005 Jim Jarmusch film which featured a soundtrack by Ethiopian jazz legend Mulatu Astatke.   Trained in the UK and the US, Astatke’s unique style gave birth to a new type of Ethopian music, one that blended jazz and Latin music with his country’s signature sound, combining a ... Read More »

Location-less in LA

What happens when your film’s version of going on location is standing front of a green screen? Sure it can look good on the theaters, but in reality there’s not much there. While we’re sure Roland Emmerich’s upcoming ‘2012‘ is going to be a hit — after all, it’s got plenty of floods and explosions and doomsday paranoia — you ... Read More »

The Boys’ Club: ‘Dead Poets Society’

With the chill of fall in the air, our minds keep going back to school days. And the smell of new books mixed withvision of ivy, blazers and preppy sweaters dance in our heads. Surely, no film captures the heady days of high school discovery better than that all-America coming-of-age classic, ‘Dead Poets Society.’ Set in 1959, the film features ... Read More »

Scouting (a Lost) New York: ‘Taxi Driver’

A while back, we went back in time — to the New York City of Travis Bickle, the deranged veteran in ‘Taxi Driver’. We we’re saddened (but not surprised) to see how little of Bickle’s New York still existed, so we certainly were excited to see the latest post over at Scouting New York, one of our favorite film blogs. ... Read More »

Museyon Guides, Makin’ Waves

Museyon Guide Jessica Hundley has more to celebrate this November, and not just the launch of Music+Travel Worldwide. She also has a new book with TASCHEN, ‘The Many Worlds Of Dennis Hopper,’ which hits stores next month. The book features photographs taken by the actor and director Dennis Hopper during the 1960s — many of them previously unpublished — offering ... Read More »

Meet Museyon: Nick Frisch

Music lover and Fulbright scholar Nick Frisch went to Beijing to become immersed in China’s emerging music scene. In our guide to Music+Travel Worldwide, he shares what he learned with you. We caught up with the globe-hopping journalist for the downlow on this up-and-coming scene where Eastern and Western traditions are meeting in innovative ways. Find out more about Nick, ... Read More »

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