The Identity Supremacy Ultimatum | The Jason Bourne Travel Package
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In honor of the release of The Bourne Legacy, we at Awkward Travel LLC asked ourselves, what would happen if you actually followed the footsteps of Jason Bourne? And not just from TNT to TBS at 3 am on a Saturday night after a seedy trip to the bar, but on an international pilgrimage of violence and intrigue? What if you went to every place that he visits in the trilogy? Welcome to The Identity Supremacy Ultimatum™.

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We Are All Riding No Horses | The Miami Beach Polo World Cup
Submitted by | May 1, 2012
We Are All Riding No Horses | The Miami Beach Polo World Cup

The perplexing scene at the Eighth Annual Miami Beach Polo World Cup.

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Sometimes the Best Things in Life Can be Free | World Book Night
Submitted by | April 21, 2012
Sometimes the Best Things in Life Can be Free | World Book Night

This coming Monday, April 23rd, from 7 pm—10 pm, Allography has teamed up with Cabinet Beer Baseball Club and the good folks at Lester’s (as well as a trio of Miami’s most talented writers and …

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New Book From allography Press | Romeo’s Ugly Nose
Submitted by | March 27, 2012
New Book From allography Press | Romeo’s Ugly Nose

That”s right, y’all, we’re stepping out of the digital realm for a few moments to put something out there that you can experience will all of your senses. And boy will you! Romeo’s Ugly Nose is …

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There’s Is Nobody Here But Us Chickens | Performance Art
Submitted by | January 31, 2012
There’s Is Nobody Here But Us Chickens | Performance Art

Video performance created by artist Richard Höglund created in collaboration with Allography’s Nathaniel Sandler. Special thanks to Miami based artist Jiae Hwang.

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Always Search the Cracks | Scorpions on Venus and Johannes Brahms
Submitted by | January 24, 2012
Always Search the Cracks | Scorpions on Venus and Johannes Brahms

There were two relatively unheralded discoveries made this month: a newly unearthed piano piece by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) and scant evidence of life on Venus.

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Why South Carolinians Should Tow the Stephen Colbert Party Line and Vote for Herman Cain
Submitted by | January 17, 2012
Why South Carolinians Should Tow the Stephen Colbert Party Line and Vote for Herman Cain

I’m not saying that it doesn’t matter who wins the Republican primary. If, as many Republicans seem to think, the best candidate would be the one who can most likely beat Obama, then Romney’s their …

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