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Max Zorn – Street Artist From Amsterdam Creates His Art Using Brown Shipping Tape and an X-Acto Knife

By Kaylan Haddican – Muze Staff Writer Max Zorn is a street artist from Amsterdam. Unlike artists that use oil and canvas, Zorn uses brown packing tape for his work. Layers and layers of tape are used to create outstanding portraits of romantic, as well as strong, characters, ranging from The Beatles to male boxers. Zorn started pinning his art to street lamps around Amsterdam on May 19, 2011, where they we ...

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5 of the Best Places in America to Get a Great Hot Dog

By Kaylan Haddican – Muze Staff Writer Some of us might be ashamed to admit it, but we all love them - hot dogs. There is just something about those casings stuffed with meat trimmings, fat, and sodium nitrate that keeps us coming back for more. The traditional toppings for a delicious frank are typically ketchup and mustard, but these five restaurants know how to do the dog best. [SlideDeck2 id=8049] ...

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The Museum of Sex in New York City – Sex Museum Style

By Kaylan Haddican – Muze Staff Writer One of the most surprising things about the Museum of Sex in New York City, besides the $17 entrance fee, is the fact that it exists at all. The Museum, located on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, has been in business since October 2002. Founded by Daniel Gluck, the mission of the museum is "to preserve, and present the history, evolution, and cultural significance of human ...

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Five Frozen Pizzas You Should be Tasting

By Kaylan Haddican – Muze Staff Writer After a night at the bar, or the end of a long work day there is nothing better than preheating the oven after getting home and popping in your favorite frozen pizza. The question is, which ones should you be eating? Here are five that we feel warrant your attention and your taste buds will be thanking us! DiGiorno. It comes with a variety of toppings and crusts, inclu ...

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Charlie Todd: The Shared Experience of Absurdity

By Kaylan Haddican - Muze Staff Writer Charlie Todd is the founder of Improv Everywhere, a New York City-based prank group that causes scenes in public places, bringing joy and laughter to those standing by. Todd started the group in November 2001, and they have been performing and conducting what he calls "missions" for over ten years. Todd also performs at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and has writ ...

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Kid Felix – New Band, Big Buzz

[SlideDeck2 id=6482] By Kaylan Haddican - Muze Staff Writer For having entered the music scene in May 2011, Kid Felix has sure been making a name for themselves. With sounds like those of Kings of Leon, Foo Fighters, and Brand New, they're sure to hit a chord on most everyone's chart. The six member band from Laurel Springs, New Jersey has done a lot in a short time. The release of their first EP, Head Abov ...

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The 20 Biggest Fast Food Chains in the U.S.

By Kaylan Haddican - Muze Staff Writer We all know what it's like to be in a rush. Or maybe we just don't want to cook tonight. However you justify it, there are 20 fast food chains that America loves the most (and chances are, you do, too). QSRmagazine.com compiled a list of the top 20 chains: McDonald's. Still Number 1, even if you can't Super Size it anymore. Subway. August's $5 Footlong: Black Forest Ha ...

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Windsor Drive – Small Town Wisconsin Band Getting Some Buzz

By Kaylan Haddican - Muze Staff Writer If you are a fan of rock or indie pop, then you should be listening to Windsor Drive. A 4-member band out of Wausau, Wisconsin, they have a sound that is reminiscent of Coldplay or The Fray. Meet the Tide, their first EP, was released in 2008, followed by Bridges in 2009 and Under the Weather in 2011. Three years later, Kipp Wilde (vocals), Owen Jones (drums), Daniel S ...

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