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From Weapons to Stories: Repurposing the Park Avenue Armory

Can historic military landmarks find new purpose? Once crumbling, the Park Avenue Armory has reinvented itself by embracing the arts.

The Seventh Regiment, or Park Avenue, Armory in New York City is impressive from the outside, filling an entire city block with its Gothic Revival style red brick bulk, complete with square, crenellated turrets and trimmed with granite. 1,286 more words

Resilience

Bro-naissance at NYC

What happens when two bros hang out in the greatest city of the world? Just one world. Legen…wait for the blog to end… :D

So there I was on a much needed vacation and on my way to Buffalo, NY to meet my best friend and bro, Rushikesh. 695 more words

The Passenger

I Love That Show!

Hello Travelers!

I hope you had another lovely weekend! Mine was such fun. I spent it surrounded by wonderful, like-minded people. It really helps to keep my vibration high and lightworkers like you and me need to keep our vibes as high as possible! 828 more words

SEPTEMBER (2014)


Dir: Penny Panayotopoulou

Last year at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, much was made about the identity adoption gimmick to Michelangelo Antonioni The Passenger… 434 more words

Reviews

kapan #1

apa kabarmu?
sudah sejauh mana kau melangkah?
masih kah beriringan atau kau sudah jauh melesat?

apa kabarmu?
masih kah kau sering terjatuh?
or you just got a “thing” to filled you?

Absurd

The Passenger (A short film about Time Travel)

A short film made by Tom, me and our little brother. Enjoy, and feedback is welcome!

A short film we made over the past couple of days about the travels of a man when he discovers a mysterious box in his shed.

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Tom Bumby

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