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CULTUREKIOSQUE: In The Press
Since its debut in 1996,
Culturekiosque has been mentioned in any number of
and has won dozens of awards from sites
all across the Web.
Here are some recent press mentions of
Culturekiosque from major press organizations worldwide.
Magazines for Following Art News
If the individual is interested in
what is happening in the European art markets, then they may want to
consider taking a look at Culture Kiosque. This magazine includes news and
features of opera stars, concerts, and dance. Whatever cultural news the
indivual is seeking in the international arena, they can probably find it
at the Culutre Kiosque magazine. Whats more, the magazine is available in
English, French and German. The editorial staff search the world for the
latest information for the readers.
31 January 2012
CULTURE KIOSQUE CYBERCHEF A magazine filled with very interesting,
thought-provoking food articles.
January 2011: Winner of Art
Blog of the Year Award (Arts Media Contacts, UK)
Kiosque is one of the longest-standing online guides to the arts. Truly
pan-European, it has an eclectic mix of discussion on art, cuisine,
archeology and jazz all in the same space, along with great images.
true, you can get all the latest tidbits of hot, culture news with The
FiFi Report (in Globetrotter) but if youre traveling and want more
indepth information on where to find the best jazz, opera, theatre and
exhibitions in the world, then I insist you log on here. Its "The
European Guide to Arts, Culture and Entertainment Worldwide". The design
is a bit confusing, but it is full of information for culture vultures.
Click on any section like Opera, Jazz, Klassic, or Art and Archeology, and
theres even a Cyberchef section (that I will scour for any hot recipes)
with interviews with celebrity chefs such as Michel Roux. Hours of
From art to music to gourmet
cuisine, keep up with the latest cultural news and trends with this online
If you like to keep abreast
of all the latest happenings in art and culture around the world,
let Culturekiosque.com be your guide. This award-winning online
publication boasts a supremely informed staff of journalists from
the world's top publications, including Time Magazine, BBC News, the
Wall Street Journal, International Herald Tribune and more.
They scour the planet for its most cultural offerings in the culinary
world, art and archeology, dance, jazz and classical music, film, pop
culture and opera. With articles published in French, English and German,
Culture Kiosque delivers exclusive coverage of products and events in
Europe, North American and the rest of the world.
If you are a
regular jet-setter, be sure to keep up with its Travel Calendar, which
offers up-to-date information on the coolest exhibitions and concerts in
major cities around the world. Don't miss the Highlights section, which
features performances and shows so cool that you'll want to make a
spontaneous side trip just so you won't miss out. See Culturekiosque.com
Ask T+L :
Do you know of any Web sites
for finding tickets to live concerts throughout Europe? Alena Smirnov,
Menlo Park, Calif.
The Travel Calendar at CultureKiosque.com, where international critics weigh in on
everything from Vienna chamber concerts to London pop shows, is a good
place to start, though you cant book directly from the site.
Best of the net
to go where
The Guardian Saturday August 25
What's missing is a little culture. A
site like Culture Kiosque (culturekiosque.com/travel), which sets out a calendar
of events across the world, would need to be attached to information about
crowds and climate to make up the site of our dreams. On its own, the site
is excellent, perhaps the only place in the world that places Bjork's
concert in an amphitheatre in Nîmes next to the WWE Smackdown! in Paris
next month. The Kiosque also has news of foreign festivals...
On Air: The
Air Canada e-zine for people on the go - March
By Lauren Wells
coverage on what's on and what's worthwhile in arts and culture across
North America and Europe. With reporting from international journalists
and critics, it's a great resource for reviews or to find out what hot
concerts or exhibitions are coming up worldwide.
cybermagazine dAir Canada pour les voyageurs à la page - Mars
Par Lauren Wells
Culturekiosque.com vous permet de
vous renseigner sur l'actualité artistique et culturelle nord-américaine
et européenne. Grâce aux reportages et aux critiques de journalistes de
partout dans le monde, vous y trouverez les spectacles ou les expositions
qui vous plairont!
(Weblog and Podcasts)
Dan Colman, Director,
Stanford University Continuing Studies Program
2 January 2007
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 aficianado. To access many parts of the site, users will need
The arts online"The European Guide to
Arts and Culture Worldwide", Culturekiosque is a worthy and longstanding
primer on the personalities and events at the highbrow end of the arts
spectrum. Thankfully devoid of the Anglo-centricism that afflicts similar
English-language sites, it has sections devoted to art, archaeology, haute
cuisine, opera, jazz, dance and classical music, as well as film and
cutting-edge pop culture. It is being upgraded, but content is still
regularly added. Registration is required, but it is free.
Top five websites
This week: Miles Davis5. SONS OF MILES
You have to register,
but once you do you will gain access to the superlative 41- part series on
the musicians who were influenced by or were important to the man, written
by Mike Zwerin, the former Davis sideman. www.culturekiosque.com/jazz/miles/rhemiles1.htm
||Travel + Leisure|
Culturekiosque.com features artist
interviews, reviews, and extensive listings of cultural events worldwide,
plus critics' picks of the best in music, art, and film.
"Another good source of event
information is culturekiosque.com, which bills itself as "The European
Guide to Arts, Culture and Entertainment Worldwide" (though its content is
focused primarily on North America and Europe). The site is divided into
six distinct sections, including art and archeology, dance and opera, but
it's the world event calendar that keeps in-the-know globetrotters
informed of key cultural happenings in major cities. The calendar listings
provide overviews of events and links to other sources of information."
"For those with international travel
plans, Culturekiosque.com [is a] good alternative.... The site's calendar,
which covers North America and Europe, makes up in quality what it lacks
in quantity. Culturekiosque editors and contributors update its reviews
and listings daily, conferring stars on outstanding events."
Was den User auf
dieser Site erwartet, das kann sich wirklich sehen lassen. Die ganze Welt
des Films, der Musik und des Tanzes auf hervorragend gestalteten und
übersichtlich präsentierten Seiten. Wer der nächste Oscarpreisträger wird,
mag noch in den Sternen stehen. Culturekiosque wagt schon mal eine
Prognose mit teils überraschenden Vermutungen. Aber auch Klassikfans
kommen nicht zu kurz. Der nächste Opernabend dürfte gerettet sein.
The Magazine of United
"If your travel plans include
Europe, bookmark www.culturekiosque.com. The site offers information on
cutting-edge cultural events in scores of interesting locations."
" ...Sites such as these prove that
the web can accommodate lofty cultural aims... the multi-award-winning, if
somewhat arch, Culture Kiosque (www.culturekiosque.com) also offers a selection of
subsidiary magazines devoted to society and the arts. Essays outlining how
procedures in the most intellectually boring election in American history
conceal an insidious acceptance of censorship, nestle alongside pieces as
diverse as the subject of swing under the Nazis, and a paean to the
braised heart of lettuce, much neglected in British cookery. Which is
European sensibility transports you to a smoky café on Paris's Left Bank.
The e-zine, which uses spare design, dark colors, and simple fonts, offers
Cultural Coverage of Europe and North America. There's a mix of listings
information and feature stories, so you can read a review of the recent
Honoré Daumier exhibit at Paris's Grand Palais or check on the closing
date of the Jasper Johns exhibit at the Yale University Art Gallery.
The real treasures are the stories about emerging bands and
artists in Europe, such as the December profile by Time magazine writer
Bruce Crumley of the French music group Zebda, which draws on various
musical styles and influences. Culturekiosque's editors and contributors
represent a broad range of publications, including the International
Herald Tribune, The Wall Street Journal Europe, the German daily
Handelsblatt, France's Le Monde newspaper, and Britain's Financial Times."
A Wide World
of Music Is Always at Your Fingertips
By Don Heckman, Don Heckman is
The Times' jazz writer
Culturekiosque is a European site
covering various aspects of the arts on the Continent. It includes a jazz
segment devoted to the writings of International Herald Tribute jazz
columnist Mike Zwerin, one of the most astute and insightful of jazz
"On vous le redit: c'est très bien et c'est
bilingue (français-anglais). On y parle jazz, archéologie, musique
classique (les concerts, la scène lyrique, les meilleurs disques...). En
un mot: le site de l'actualité culturelle européenne."
la culture sans toc!"
"Un magazine culturel européen
recensant les critiques des meilleurs chroniqueurs continentaux. Un
mélange des genres brassant Jazz et Opéra, Art moderne et Gastronomie et
offrant de nombreux articles en français. Pour redécouvrir un espace
culturel européen n'ayant rien à envier à son grand rival américain."
the Global Village, courtesy of Culturekiosque. You'll find
features, criticism and interviews about culture, cuisine and
technology in English, French and German. The transatlantic connection
doesn't get better than this." http://www.culturekiosque.com
"Klassiknet compiles CD
and concert criticism with an intelligent yet readable
Accolades such as these prove it - Culturekiosque's
quality, global reach and depth of content make it an unparalleled
resource on the Web for those seeking to know what's best on the Web.
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