Easily mistaken for a golf course or a resort from outside, it presents a postmodern masterpiece of intercultural markers in its clumsy east-meets-west representation of the “Church of All Religions.” … More Self-Realization Fellowship Temple
“The icon band of national and Latin American rock was born here,” reads the plaque, but the error is remarkable: it is not “Estereo”, of course, but Stereo. … More “Soda Estereo” Corner
CBGB became famed for the Misfits, Television, Patti Smith Group, Mink DeVille, the Dead Boys, the Dictators, the Fleshtones, the Voidoids, the Cramps, the B-52’s, Blondie, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, the Shirts, and Talking Heads… … More CBGB
On the edge of Rishikesh, in the foothills of the Himalaya, lies an overgrown ashram, the Beatles arrived at this unlikely location at the invitation of the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. … More Maharishi Majesh Ashram
The Passion Play origins are not in the colonial period but rather a cholera epidemic in the 19th century, which gave rise to a procession to petition relief. … More Iztapalapa’s Passion Play
“El Barrio”, famous because a series of demonic apparitions and ignus fatuus, its historical houses now are reborn thanks to high technology, maker labs and e-business.
… More Barrio Arriba / Silicon Barrio
This party in Celaya commemorate San Juanito, a character who has been compared to Robin Hood, becoming famous for robbing possessions to the rich Spanish landowners of the XVII century. … More San Juanito’s Bomb-Hammer Festival