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Museyon in the News

  Museyon Guides is going international! Our guide to the artsy side of Paris, Art + Paris: Impressionists and Post-Impressionists, has been translated into Japanese. And here’s what the press has to say about it:   “This book is an invitation to Paris and Normandy where impressionists lived, painted, made hot debates among artist friends.”   “It is very fascinating ... Read More »

People are Talking…

We just got the latest issue of the American Library Association’s ‘Booklist‘ magazine in the mail, and were thrilled to see that they included us in their Fall Travel Guides section. Here’s what they have to say about our guide to Film+Travel: Beautifully illustrated, easily portable, these guides usher travelers all over the world by way of places that have ... Read More »

wowOwow: Americas Edition

They showed you Europe and they wOwed you with Asia/Africa/Oceania; now our friends over at Women on the Web are giving a sneak preview of the third title in our Film + Travel series — North & South America. If you’re celebrating the long weekend, take a tip from wowOwow and schedule a recession-friendly staycation with your DVD player. Our ... Read More »

Museyon On On Location Vacations

Happy September, Museyoners! And what a lovely September it’s shaping up to be. Why’s that? Well, we just discovered one of our favorite sites — On Location Vacations — has given Museyon a shout out. Not a bad way to start the month. Eh, kids? Read More »

On Stands Today!

Hey Museyoners! Time to stop by the local newsstand and pick up a copy of the latest issue of Travel + Leisure, which hits stands today. The annual “World’s Best Awards” issue features Film + Travel on page 38. Writer Darrell Hartman looks at five film “faux locations.” See which ones you can spot. Read More »

Press Clippings (in which someone calls us handsome)

It’s been a big week for Museyon on the web. First, we got a shout from Publishers Weekly. Lynn Andriani writes that Museyon Guides “frame tourist traps and hidden neighborhoods alike through the lens of movies, art and music.” She also talks about our ties to Japanese guidebooks, which Museyon editor-in-chief Anne Ishii says are “more delicate, more tactile and cover more range” ... Read More »

The Buzz

The press keeps on rollin’ in…     The Brits over at Boxwish are buzzing, and so are the folks at IMDb.     Whitney Hallberg of ForeWord Magazine gives us a great review, calling Museyon “fun for both actual and armchair travel.”   Library Journal gives us a shout out in their Video News Briefs.   And over at WorldHum, Terry Ward ... Read More »

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