Culture Kiosque: The Euro Guide to Culture

Some like cul­ture, and some like Cul­ture — art, sym­pho­ny and opera, jazz and dance, the works. For the Big C cul­ture fan, Cul­turekiosque is a score. It’s a high-qual­i­ty webzine that lets you keep your fin­ger on the pulse of the inter­na­tion­al cul­ture scene. The site notably offers an events cal­en­dar that lists cul­tur­al events tak­ing place across the world, some­thing that trav­el­ers might appre­ci­ate. It also fea­tures more sub­stan­tive arti­cles and reviews, which, although writ­ten in Eng­lish, are not lim­it­ed to the cul­tur­al hap­pen­ings in the Anglo­phone world. (The site explic­it­ly refers to itself as “The Euro­pean Guide to Arts and Cul­ture World­wide.”) So, while you’ll get Cul­turekiosque’s take on how things went down at this year’s Burn­ing Man fes­ti­val in the Neva­da desert, you’ll also get their view on how the Orchestre de Paris is far­ing under its new Ger­man con­duc­tor. Also worth a par­tic­u­lar men­tion is the web site’s spe­cial jazz series called Sons of Miles, a 41-part series that looks back at Miles Davis and the many jazz musi­cians he influ­enced. A great resource for the jazz offi­ciana­do. To access many parts of the site, users will need to reg­is­ter.

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