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Archive for October, 2011

Concrete jungle.

Friday, October 28th, 2011

New York City is a chameleon like no other. At times it’s an ugly, dirty place; at others, it’s a metropolitan wonder. Always full of culture and some of the most surprising architecture. A serene view of the courtyard from the Museum of Modern Art cafe makes the surrounding streets look like a European village.

Shot on an iPhone; no manipulation.

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Consumers Sweet on Halloween

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

An annual survey by the National Retail Federation released last month found that Halloween sales in the U.S. likely won’t suffer from a slumping economy. In fact, 16.1 million people plan to celebrate this year, the highest in the survey’s nine-year history.

As we observed in our post on craft brewing, consumers nationwide are treating themselves to pragmatic luxuries ‘ including, small splurges on costumes, candy and party decorations. In light of these BOOming sales predictions, we’ve poked around to find out some of this year’s hottest costume trends and ideas: (more…)


Friday, October 21st, 2011

We often take for granted the world around us, but it’s important to stop and reflect on what is greater than we are.’The shores of Lake Tahoe’offer one such respite for drinking in the sheer beauty and tranquility of life.

Shot on an iPhone 4’and converted in Photoshop mobile to black and white.

Photo by: Jon Keeling

Now Who’s Talkin’ ‘Bout My Generation?

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

When we asked readers a few months ago, “Is the ‘hipster’ culture dead?” it got us thinking about subcultures in general. It seems that every generation ‘ during peacetime and wartime, economic highs and lows ‘ sparks countercultures and subcultures. And for decades, music in particular has been the measure by which young people form their identities. The tendency for youth to rebel against the mainstream may be as old as time, but what exactly drives subcultures? And if ‘hipster’ is on it’s way out, what’s next?


Final resting place.

Friday, October 14th, 2011

The Pantheon, Paris, France, is a stunning gothic architectural achievement, originally built as a place of worship, also houses a crypt for French writers, poets and scientists. The subterranean chamber is the final resting place for Voltaire, Rousseau and Victor Hugo, among others.

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