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Life is Beautiful

Last weekend, Brian was scrolling through his Instagram feed when all of a sudden, he jolted and showed me a post: Mr Brainwash snapped a photo of his show’s soft opening! 344 more words

New York

Denver Weekend Events June 25 - 28

This weekend is jam packed full of amazing Denver activities!!! Make your weekend EPIC!!

Are you excited to find out who has Denver’s Top Taco… 128 more words


Philippe Parreno: H(N)YPN(Y)OSIS

If you’re looking for something to do on a humid Friday night, consider the Philippe Parreno installation at the Park Avenue Armory.

The show just opened on June 10th & I dragged Brian into it this past Friday for post work libations with a side of art appreciation. 232 more words

New York

FXU Presidents' Update: June 2015

Above: FXU Presidents 2014-15.  Left to right: Roger Auster, Catherine Thornhill, Ellie Scouller and Rhun Davies.

Once a month, one of our e-newsletters will come to you direct from the Presidents and we’ll be sharing their activities here on the blog. 330 more words

Representation & Democracy

Yayoi Kusama: Give Me Love

This past weekend, we visited David Zwirner in Chelsea and stood in line under the sweltering afternoon heat to experience the Obliteration Room. Half an hour later, we were handed a page with polka dot stickers in varying colors and a polite reminder to limit our visit to 5 minutes. 18 more words

New York

Can you Handel this? Classical Music Festivals in Colorado

Did you know that Colorado’s actually home to more than a dozen classical music festivals? Totally true!

Colorado Public Radio wrote an awesome article detailing all of the festivals, and even put together a sweet map. 230 more words


Conquering Your Commute with Bike to Work Wednesdays

We’ve been pretty quiet about National Bike Month… until now. How often do you ride your bike to work? Or, even to run errands on the weekends? 238 more words