My No.1 favourite graveyard in London! Calming, overgrown and a little bit spooky :)
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There is absolutely no reason to go to this museum, which is the very reason why you should go! If you're stuck on run-of-the-mill, socially-relevant, highly-educational museum experiences, then Chuck E. Cheese would be more enlightening, but if your idea of a good afternoon is sifting through hand-made treasures at an alzheimer patients rummage sale, then I've got your spot! It's very small, dimly lit, and not many of the displays actually function, but it does encapsulate a very distinct, random, getting-away-with-it spirit, which courses through the finest of Los Angelenos.
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When I am in London, I don’t miss Taiwanese food, apart from breakfast. It’s kind of interesting. All the breakfast shops in Taiwan look exactly the same, selling exactly the same type of food, and usually, it tastes slightly different, but most of them are fantastic! There are millions of options, from sandwich, egg roll, spaghetti (Yes! Spaghetti for breakfast!), hamburgers…etc. And for each type food, you can choose from, bacon, ham, eggs, sweet corn, chicken, pork…etc. You can also mix with two, three or even more. On top of that, it takes you less £1. My favorite is egg roll with bacon and cheese, yummy!
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Gorgeous view of the city in this park/permanent festival! Any beautiful day of the week you will find so many picnickers, hula hoopers, cute dogs, gay boys in their skivvies, ganja cookie salespeople, crazy weirdos and can collectors, it feels like a neighborhood concert is going on! My kind of place, for sure.
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If you're an artist interested in texture and detail this place is a goldmine. My favorite thing about Miami might very well be all of the plants that grow here and Fairchild showcases them in the best possible way.
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“La pointe de la Jonction” is the place where the Arve and the Rhone meet. Both banks have paths, lined with poplars of Italy. A long wooden platform facilitates swimming in the Rhône and relaxation in the sun. This equipment is part of a set of developments enhancing the banks of the Rhone. In swimsuit or dressed, people enjoy festive drinks on beach chairs, they listen to good music, they are happy to be there, by dozens when the sky is covered, by hundreds when it is discovered, the most courted terrace of Geneva living at the rhythm weather reports. Big musical program (concerts amplified or acoustic and more than 50 DJs), with some of the best in Geneva. All styles of music will be represented (salsa, cumbia, regga, rock, funk, soul, jazz, house, techno...). DJ sets and concerts will be held on Saturdays and Sundays from 3pm to 7pm.
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My favorite place to brainstorm over breakfast. 
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If you love karaoke like I do, there's a ton of spots to check out in LA, but none quite as charming (or David Lynch-y) as Melody Lounge. Be forewarned, this spot is intermittently open. You'll know they're ready for business if they plant a sandwich board outside offering cold sandwiches and cheap beer. Hopefully, you'll get a chance to meet the owner Willie, whose (possibly embellished) life stories rival Hemingway. As for the song selection, the campy MIDI versions and painfully less than accurate lyric translations can suddenly turn your favorite tunes into high-wire acts (i.e. "Leaving On A Jet Plane" magically transforms into "Libyan on A Jet Plane"). Hell, they even have a song called "Schindler's List" on the menu! Even if you don't sing, Willie or his wife will gleefully take the stage. Special tip: for a true Chinatown boner, request Willie sing Enrique Iglesias' "Bailamos."
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Posted by Joe Joiner
A small, independent cinema with a lot to offer the Brixton wanderer. As well as operating like you would expect a converted theatre-to-cinema to, Ritzy offers exclusive, niche film viewings, two bars and an upstairs live music venue. All of which provide an amazing platform to be 'culture-slapped' into shape.
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When I get into this venue, I travel back to the 40's-50's. It is a very elegant café, with several pianos and its walls are full of pictures of old celebrities and places.Its furniture also reminds me of past ages. It is one of my favourite places to have a cup of coffee and chat for a while.
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If you want to get a real idea of what is Russia about, just go a bit to the surrealistic outskirts of Moscow and it will be your adventure for this day...
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Packed with the most amazing painting and sculpture from the early Renaissance to the 19th Century. One of my favorite details is this effortlessly executed dog in Fragonard's "Progress of Love" panel peering out at us with such sincerity - a resounding acquiescence to the forces of nature.
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I am a visual artist, currently living in Tel Aviv. I illustrate, animate and create music.
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Maria de la Iglesia is a London based photographer. She was born in Madrid and spent 7 years living in Dublin where she studied a BA in Photography in DIT. She moved to London 3 years ago where she completed her studies with an MA in Documentary photography at LCC. Now she is freelancing and producing her own personal photography projects in London.
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Originally from Norwich, England Currently living in Oakland, California Moving to Louisville, Kentucky in 2018!
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Romina De Novellis is a performance artist, born in Naples, grown-up in Rome, lives and works in Paris since 2008. Her work is represented by Galerie Alberta Pane (Paris/Venice), Kreemart (NYC), D.A.F.NA. (Naples).
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Watercolor Illustrator based in Montreal.
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Lena Müller is an artist living and working near Nuremberg, where she studied art at the Academy of Fine Arts between 2005 and 2010. The majority of her work reflects her fascination for nature and natural sciences, especially her interest in the field of microcosm and macrocosm: „What I am doing is a kind of a philosophical circling around questions of time, space, origin, human existence, cosmos, composition and mystery. Regarding the form, it is the experimental play with a reduced stylistic idiom, made with  different tools, materials and techniques, what is exciting for me. Finally I like to create abstracted worlds which give the viewer, and also myself during the artistic process, the freedom to develop our own thoughts and imaginations and to discover the new.“
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Marc Philip van Kempen (1979) is a Dutch artist living in Amsterdam and Berlin. Much of his practice consists out of life-sized threedimensional reconstructions of media images that result in a kind of ‘spatial collage’. His work brings elements of photography, sculpture and new media together in unconventional ways, challenging the viewers perspective.
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Robin Brown is a visual artist and set designer who specialises in creating tangible landscapes, fictional settings, exacting period recreations, drawing character and narrative through environment. 
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Adi Goodrich is a Los Angeles based artist and designer best known for her colorful, iconic set designs. Her work encourages the viewer to look further into commercial imagery to see the craftsmanship and historical reference that is prevalent throughout. Attending The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and La Sorbonne in Paris, Goodrich's work is inspired by the history of art, architecture and design. Goodrich's portfolio is a range of multi-media work which includes large-scale set design for advertising and film, site specific murals, tour visuals for musical performances, photography, furniture design, sculptures and homewares. Alongside her commercial work, Goodrich finds importance in education and has exhibited and lectured in cities worldwide including, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Paris, Barcelona, Cincinnati, Minneapolis and Sydney. Adi is half of Sing-Sing, a creative studio. When two heads are better than one, Adi Goodrich and Sean Pecknold collaborate on various projects in the arenas of photography, animation, children's books, films and other independent creative projects. Sing-Sing.co
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Milan / DJ
Ruggiero Colonna Romano and Yara De Nicola have been a couple for three years, they live together in Milan with their tiny cocker Maria. Ruggiero works in the environmental field and turn into a DJ in his free time. He is obsessed with photography as a memory record and keeps buying small cameras that he always brings along with him. Yara is a photographer working for fashion magazines such as  Self Service, Elle Collections, Grazia...She is a terrible cook but a passionate eater and is developing an interesting eye in the food area.
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Freelance graphic designer & illustrator ✌🏻️ I love geometric shapes, bold colors, top-notch vectors and tuna makis.
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