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abandoned olympic venues

Ten Super Sad Abandoned Olympic Venues

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The Soho House In Berlin

The Soho House In Berlin

The Soho House In Berlin »

Travel Spotting: Johnnie Walker House Beijing

Travel Spotting: Johnnie Walker House Beijing

Johnnie Walker House Beijing »

Culture Spotting: Graffiti Art

Culture Spotting: Graffiti Art

Tweet There have been more than a few instances in which I have regarded graffiti as art, but British street artist, political activist, and painter Banksy takes it another level. His mark has been left all over the world from London to L.A. and has incited both outrage and a celebrity following. Now, for your viewing pleasure, I’ll leave you to a gallery of some of my fave Banksy masterpiec... »

Travel Spotting: Top 4 Stressful U.S. Cities

Travel Spotting: Top 4 Stressful U.S. Cities

I live in one of the top 4 most stressful cities in the US, but when I get away I like to sit on a beach, drink my face off, have sex as much as possible, and get a good night's sleep. »

Travel Spotting: The Worlds Largest Mirror (Heaven on Earth)

Travel Spotting: The Worlds Largest Mirror (Heaven on Earth)

The worlds largest salt flat, in Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia is one of those awe-inspiring things. In the rainy season, the water collects on the flat creating the effect of a mirror. The place is nick-named The Border between Heaven and Earth, and if you take a look at these pics, you will see that the name fits. »

Travel Spotting: A lake to fall in love with

Travel Spotting: A lake to fall in love with

Tweet One of the fondest memories of my childhood was trespassing on someone’s private property. They had this amazing aqua blue lake that was crystal clear because the bottom was made out of white clay. We had to hike through some woods to get to this hidden paradise, but it was worth it. Me and my siblings had a picnic, splashed around, did some intense swimming, and then got arrested. It ... »

This Book Gives You Scents & the City

This Book Gives You Scents & the City

Of all the things we love about our cities - the skyscrapers, culture, enough vintage stores to clothe the state of Maine - the smells may be the one thing we’re less willing to adore. If hot garbage mixed with an omnipresent undercurrent of fish guts was a pleasant scent, there would be a perfume called “The Bowery” by now. Thankfully, Amber C. Jones made a book instead. »