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Mýrdalsjökull Glacier: A Stunning Ice Cap in Southern Iceland

Griffith Observatory: LA, I See You

Riding On An Elephant Train In Bangkok

Mosaic Hopping Through NYC’s New Train Stations

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Alternative Interpretations @ The Museum of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art is never a bore for me, but sometimes I like to make up my own stories about the paintings I’m looking at. Modern art, modern interpretations.


The Dream by Henri Rousseau

The naked woman lacks romance and intimacy in her life. She’s got jungle fever and is dreaming of a being wooed by a dark and mysterious man playing with his phallic flute.

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The Starry Night by Van Gogh

Van Gogh painted this after he ate mushrooms. In his altered state, the universe must be imploding because the Milky Way and meteorites are about to crash on earth. Also, can Instagram or Snapchat make this a filter? Read more »

5 Reasons To Love NYC

Not that I need to convince you, but here are 5 reasons to love NYC. We’ve got the hustle, the theater, the live shows, pop-up art and, of course, the food!


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Whether you’re a Native New Yorker or if you’re just passing through, there are so many reasons to love NYC. The options here are endless and you’ll never run out of experiences. It seems overwhelming at first, but then it gets addicting. You keep coming back for more and eventually, everything you hate about this city – the rats, the crowd, the overpriced everything – doesn’t even phase you anymore.

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Around The World In Two New York City Blocks

New York City is proudly built by immigrants. Come experience different cultures from around the world in just a few short New York City blocks.


Amidst all the shopping that Soho has to offer, this neighborhood also offers an opportunity to experience different cultures from around the world in a few short city blocks.

Brunch @ Jack’s Wife Freda

This American-Mediterranean restaurant, named after the owner’s grandparents, was built by immigrants from South Africa and Israel and serves food influenced by grandmother Freda’s cooking. This hodgepodge of cultural influence gave birth to a delicious pressed sandwich made with duck prosciutto, cheddar béchamel, gruyere and a sunny side up egg called Madame Freda.

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