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News: Happy Earth Day!

Today is Earth Day and to celebrate and bring awareness to vital environmental issues, there are celebrations, rallies and meetings happening all over the world from the Philippines to Rome.   The Earth Day site has a great list of events happening in every corner of the world. For those in America, the big Earth Day Climate rally on the ... Read More »

Spotlight On…Electric Lady Studios, NY

Electric Lady Studios in New York is one of those places that hold a venerable spot in rock and roll legend. Started by Jimmy Hendrix in 1970 after him and his business partner bought a nightclub but decided they needed a studio instead, the studios were designed by well-known architect and acoustician John Storyk and were custom built for Hendrix ... Read More »

News: New Shepard Fairey Mural in NYC

You might recall that last week we put-up a guide to graffiti art around NYC. Well, it goes to show you how quickly things can change in New York. The OS Gemeos mural on E. Houston and Bowery has taken over by Shepard Fairey. We wonder what happens to the past murals because that OS Gemeos one sure would have ... Read More »

HBO’s Treme + New Orleans Music Venues

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 »

Music Interview: Wil Wright + Knoxville

Wil Wright loves Knoxville, TN. A lot. And after speaking with him about the city, you have the distinct impression that you may now know more about it than some of its residents. When Wright is not advocating the merits of TN, he’s writing songs, organizing tours, singing his heart out and just generally creating magic for his band Senryu. ... Read More »

News: NYC Museums Send Out #ashtag

Stuck in New York? Eyjafjallajokull have you down? Well the NYC museums are here to help. Through this Friday, the below list of museums (from NYCGo) are offering free admission to people who present a transatlantic airline ticket dated April 14-23rd. Now if only life were like From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler and stranded passengers could ... Read More »

Museyon’s Guide to: Italy’s Cultural Week

There isn’t a better time to live out your Under the Tuscan Sun dreams, rent a car and explore Italy than during Settimanna della Cultura, or Cultural Week.   For the past twelve years, the Italian Ministry of Culture has opened all state operated museums, archaeological sites, historical homes, monuments and various other places around the country free to the ... Read More »

Film + St. Andrews, Scotland

Started in 1410, St. Andrews is the oldest University in Scotland and the third oldest in the English speaking world. The main part of the city only extends over four streets but since its history reaches as far back as the 8th century, there is a wealth to see packed into the small area.   One oft-overlooked section of St. ... Read More »

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