Decades after The Beatles put the city on the map, Liverpool still has a happening music scene with artists like The Isrights, Red Rum Club, and Shards.
Leonard Bernstein’s resting place in Brooklyn proves an unusually dramatic site for a concert series of classical music by musicians such as Bridget Kibbey, Gregg Kallor, and twins Christina and Michelle Naughton.
His early journals, actual costumes, even a stray coke spoon bring you close again to the late David Bowie. In a nutshell, the Brooklyn Museum’s “David Bowie Is…” exhibition proves a worthy tribute to one cultural icon who never stopped exploring.
Iceland has given us artists like Björk, Of Monsters and Men, and Sigur Rós. Reykjavik is the heart of the island’s rich cultural scene. From a contemporary concert hall to tiny clubs, and even a youth hostel, you’ll find some of the coolest new music being performed.
Each New Year, we ask the Big Questions: What do we want? How are we really doing? Imagine doing that for 75 years because that’s what the world’s longest study on happiness has done.