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5 Seconds In Brooklyn, New York

It's hard to pick just 5 places to go in Brooklyn because there are so many options to choose from that you can get lost down the rabbit hole. But, for the sake of compiling our favourite picks and what we feel are some of...

5 Places To Experience Latino & Hispanic Flavour In Los Angeles

It's no surprise that Los Angeles, and the surrounding cities and towns in California are rich with cultural heritage and that its very foundations are built on Latin American history. Today, many of the celebrations, the food, the art and even the architecture in this...

Norwegian Artist Rune Guneriussen Light’s Up Norway’s Forests

Rune Guneriussen, a conceptual artist from Norway, has been working on a large-scale outdoor project integrating ordinary household items into the wilderness of Norway's forests. These installations include books, lamps, and other displaced objects one can find in peoples homes.     Rune describes his work as 'an...

5 Seconds in Whistler

With the colder weather comes fun winter activities so this week's 5 Second Guide takes you to Whistler to explore some of the more unique venues the village has to offer. Enjoy!     Get your coffee fix at: Fix Cafe Get out and explore: The Sasquatch Zipline Tour Enjoy a tasty...

8 Awesome Music Festivals You Need To See In 2018

One of the best ways to experience your favourite bands is by heading to a festival. Some only a couple days long, some last all week, but no matter how long they are, are where in the world they are, there's a festival for everyone...

5 Seconds in Porto, Portugal

Even been to Porto? No? Well not to worry, we've got you covered! Enjoy our 5 Second Guide of this awesome place and have all of the fun, even if it's just for one day. Enjoy!     Get your coffee fix at: Majestic Cafe Enjoy an awesome meal at: Restaurant...

The Lighter Side of Paperboyo’s Landmark Photography

While exploring a new city it's easy to spend a countless amount of time trying to perfect your shots, capturing the light at just the right angle, waiting until no one is walking through your shot, getting the focus just right and finally taking that...