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  • Today in History: Hair, the Rock Musical opens in London (1968)

    Today in History: Hair, the Rock Musical opens in London (1968)
    Long hair, flower patches and psychedelic performances and the hippie way of life were the trademarks of the peace revolution in the 60s. Oh, did we mention the musical, Hair?
  • PYHOF: Tony's Playlist

    PYHOF: Tony's Playlist
    The 67th Tony Awards ceremony is happening this coming Sunday, June 9 in New York City so in respect to this, we offer you a set of recognized tunes that have echoed through the theatres of Broadway. Enjoy!
  • Sixsixty Presents: The First Prints of Belair

    Sixsixty Presents: The First Prints of Belair
    So, this is a story all about how my life got flipped, turned upside-down. I'd like to take a minute, just sit right there. I'll tell you how I got these prints from a camera called Belair.
  • Boomi's Theater Ensures Town's Survival

    Boomi's Theater Ensures Town's Survival
    You know where Australia is. You're familiar with New South Wales, but have you ever heard of a town called Boomi? Well, every two years in this tiny town of Boomi, the locals rally together to write, direct and star in a theater show. It's not just a local show, this theater troupe has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the town of Boomi.
  • Tulsa Living: A Quick Guide Around Tulsa's Midtown

    Tulsa Living: A Quick Guide Around Tulsa's Midtown
    It took me about 10 years to figure out Tulsa, but I believe I am ready to tell you about some of this town's coolest areas. Instead of going through the suburban routine, let me show you some of Tulsa's real character and uniqueness. From the huge golden man looking over the fairgrounds, to my favorite secret locations on Riverside, Tulsa is a great place for any lomographer looking for inspiration.
  • Sadler's Wells

    Sadler's Wells
    Sadler's Wells - only the best in dance and arts!
  • Meet our Dutch Lomo Amigo Diet

    Meet our Dutch Lomo Amigo Diet
    Great snapshots, quotes that hit and inspiring double exposures. Please meet our first Dutch Lomo Amigo - Diet Roseboom. In her daily life she is an arts producer, the host at Pop temple Paradiso in Amsterdam, adviser for cultural organizations, supervisor for production students, fashion freak and bon vivant. Enjoy her Diana Mini and LC-A+ photo gallery!
  • Potsdam: A Piece of Culture

    Potsdam: A Piece of Culture
    In early January 2011 I bought a Diana F + Edelweiss. This is a short report on a piece of Potsdam and shooting my second film, Lomography Color Negative 800
  • NDSM: Creative Amsterdam

    NDSM: Creative Amsterdam
    NDSM is a former shipyard in north Amsterdam and is the center for alternative culture these days. This vast area of 84,000 m2 makes up the NDSM Hall, workshops and artistic studios along with two big dimension cranes and two huge ship slipways.
  • Ateneo Grand Splendid Bookstore, Buenos Aires

    Ateneo Grand Splendid Bookstore, Buenos Aires
    Make reading more books one of your New Year resolutions this year! Why? Because after a visit to this unique bookstore, you'll surely want to keep coming back. Located in an antique theater in Buenos Aires, it's definitely an incredible sight - whether you're a book lover or not.
  • Ernst Thälmann Park: Hidden Greenery in the Heart of Red Berlin

    Ernst Thälmann Park: Hidden Greenery in the Heart of Red Berlin
    There is always something new to discover in Berlin, if you're curious enough to look in all the wrong places. Hidden behind a giant Communist head in Prenzlauer Berg is one of the best parks in the city. You'd never know it from the outside!
  • Balboa Park San Diego, CA

    Balboa Park San Diego, CA
    Balboa Park is a massive park in San Diego, CA that includes museums, the world famous San Diego Zoo, and many other photographic eye-catchers.
  • Priene, an Ancient City of the Ionian Coast

    Priene, an Ancient City of the Ionian Coast
    From Selçuk or from Kusasasi, pay a visit to Priene, and see the Temple of Athena, which was built by Architect Pytheos, responsible for the construction of the Mausoleum at the Halicarnassus, considered to be one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
  • Richmond CenterStage

    Richmond CenterStage
    Richmond CenterStage has been the talk of the town for quite some time. What used to be the Carpenter Center for the Performing arts and the old Thalimer’s Department Store have been renovated and joined to create Central Virginia’s newest performing arts building, holding now four different venues of varying sizes.
  • HUSETS Teater

    HUSETS Teater
    HUSETS Teater (the HOUSE theater) is a theater, bar, concert venue and much more in the center of Copenhagen, located next to Central Station. The bar is divided into two areas, both catering different kinds of music and performance arts.
  • Berlin: Personal Shortlist of Tips

    Berlin: Personal Shortlist of Tips
    Berlin is like a young boy full of energy and courage, it’s still looking for its identity but at the same time it believes in its great future.
  • South Bank London

    South Bank London
    This is my absolute all-time favourite part of London. Go anytime of the year, anytime of day. During the day you can visit the Tate Modern, Shakespeare's Globe theatre, wander down the Thames and see all the sights along the river (the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye, the National Theatre) and, my favourite of all, the big second hand book stall under a bridge, where you can find all sorts of bargains.
  • Manila Metropolitan Theater: Lonesome "Grand Dame"

    Manila Metropolitan Theater: Lonesome
    Aboard the LRT before the train crosses the Pasig River, you won't miss it: a lonesome structure with curious detailing on the busy intersection of Padre Burgos Street and Quezon Boulevard, once the "Grand Dame" of theater during the heydays of Manila before the Second World War. Meet the "Met", the Manila Metropolitan Theater.
  • Castle Rattenberg

    Castle Rattenberg
    Rattenberg is a little historic town in the Tyrolean Unterinntal where you can find lots of old and picturesque buildings. It is really worth to take a walk through the medieval Old Town with its cosy cafes and lots of glassware shops.
  • Het Oud Postkantoor

    Het Oud Postkantoor
    « Het Oud Postkantoor », lies in the center of the city of Ostend on the Belgian Coast. It was a former administration office of the PTT (Post-Telefoon-Telegraaf). The building was left in 1999, due to huge cost, and the city of Ostend get it for free.