Book Bound in Human Flesh.

Anthropedermic Bibliopegy. Yeah. It has an actual term when you bind a book in human flesh, because, well, it's that common I guess? What is a leather bound book? Cowpedermic Bibliopegy? That sounds stupid. In anycase there is one hidden, sorta, inside a very unique library in Boston called the Athenæum. It is actually the... Continue Reading →

The MIT museum in Cambridge. So cool.

https://youtu.be/NGh_fsBHcCM One of the coolest, lesser known museums is the MIT museum located in a very hip section of Cambridge. It's the home of some very cool exhibits, that mix social, tech and science in unique and unexpected ways. Definitely worth a check out and their gift shop is second to none. Afterwards hit up... Continue Reading →

Boston’s Trinity Church.

https://youtu.be/RTlGUuklQX0 Boston's Trinity Church is a stunning house of worship that anyone can enjoy. Tucked away off the busy streets of downtown, this stone and stained glass monument is laden with amazing woodwork, murals, and mosaics. Founded in 1777 and built in 1877 this Church is a quick stop that will leave a lasting impression... Continue Reading →

Boston’s Lawn on the D.

Lawn on the D ... despite a perhaps unfortunate name, is a rather cool place to spend the afternoon or evening where you can choose your own drink and food adventure with other Boston locals and tourists alike. There are beer halls, food stands, games and light up swings to keep even the most needy... Continue Reading →

Boston with an infrared video camera.

We love to travel and gain new perspectives... we were fortunate enough to get a new visual perspective using a modified Sony RX100 by the amazing folks over at http://www.lifepixel.com - so very cool to see this beautiful American city in such a unique light. https://youtu.be/Yugka9soyjM If you want to see some more of what... Continue Reading →

WTF museum Boston.

Im not sure WTF this is supposed to be ... the Warren Anatomical Museum in the Harvard Library (where the smhat kids are) is perhaps the weirdest if not the most disgusting museum I've ever scene... super fascinating with all the gross stuff you love to see (like popping giant pimples) ... to0 weird to... Continue Reading →

Boston’s Fenway Park (with Yankee fans)

There aren't many American coliseums as famous as Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, which swells with thousands of screaming fans nightly, echoing through the Boston area. The energy here is electric, and besides some of the best baseball you can see, there's lots to eat, drink, and see at this brick cathedral... Continue Reading →

Best Coffee in Boston? Caffe Vittoria.

Caffeine? Legal cocaine as far as we're concerned. And where is the purest, early 80's, Escobar stash still available? Well good ol Cafe Vittoria in Boston's lively North End aka Little Italy. This place is nothing short of epic, with their museum like interior celebrating celebrities celebrating caffeine in all it purest forms. https://youtu.be/jsEO5XSJ1oc And... Continue Reading →

Brattle Book Shop Boston

Boston is such a cool and unique town, one of the oldest in America with a ton of interesting history, and the Brattle Bookshop is definitely not to be missed if you are looking for something unique, historic, and truly Boston. https://youtu.be/PvbK2Jtxif8 Owned by the Gloss family and opened in 1825, the Brattle Bookshop has... Continue Reading →

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