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With a machine called an MPC3000
An early morning trip to Montreal's famous farmer's market.
The line between art and surf blurs during Autumn in Maine.
A brief meditaiton on off-season travel and the search for the mundane.
Checking in with three brilliant creatives about the best place to explore in their cities.
A fantastic look and great brewery.
I finally found the T-shirt I was looking for.
Found in Great Journeys’ the Magnum and Aperture square print sale.
The Importance of the Monarch.
The case for sharpening your own blades.
Richard Branson just made an artificial reef out of an 80-foot metal octupus.
Vibraphonist Chris Dingman performs his original composition “Ali” and discusses what drew him to the Vibes.
Handsome and rugged leather camera straps made in Brooklyn.
The making of Harris Tweed.
Talking shop with Nick and Mike LaVecchia, photographer and founder of Grain Surfboards respectively. .
Exploring the photography of one of the greats at a show in NYC.
This humble rangefinder punches way above its weight.
Back when Bennett started seeding Duxbury Bay with oysters in the early 90s, he was warned it was a bad idea. Now some twenty years later, with a booming oyster farm, two restaurants in Boston, an e-commerce business and a foundation committed to creating sustainable aquaculture projects around the world, Skip Bennet’s idea doesn’t seem so laughable.