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How Art And Culture Transformed The Most Dangerous City In South Florida

Founded in 1926 by aviation pioneer, Glenn Curtiss, and developed in the Moorish Revival style, Opa-locka, became notorious for corruption, violent crime and extreme poverty in the 1980's. Here's how one local organization use art and culture to revitalize and rehabilitate a struggling community.

venusinorbit 3 years ago

END OF YEAR TIPS: Someone Stole My Instagram Photo – What Can I Do To Protect My Intellectual Property?

Tips on what to do if someone posted your Instagram photo without your knowledge or consent. Step-by-step instructions, with helpful screenshots.

venusinorbit 3 years ago
venusinorbit 4 years ago

Wynwood Street Candy: 10 Awesome Murals You Do Not Want To Miss

Just a few of the amazing murals you will see in the Wynwood Art District in Miami, FL. Spot the human. Photos by @VenusInOrbit (unless otherwise posted).

venusinorbit 4 years ago

10 Amazing Murals In NYC: Then And Now (Part II)

New York City is an ever-changing canvas - from the fashion on its city streets to its city walls. This constant evolution of style and art is depicted on its ever-changing landscape. Here are ten amazing murals then and now. Photos by @venusinorbit.

venusinorbit 4 years ago

5 Things You Didn't Know About New York's Medical Marijuana Bill

In July 2014, Governor Cuomo signed into bill, The Compassionate Care Act, a bill that legalizes the possession, manufacture, use, delivery, transport or administration of medical marijuana in New York State. By doing so, New York becomes one of 23 states (plus Washington, DC) that have legalized the use of medical marijuana. Here are a few interesting things about the bill.

venusinorbit 5 years ago

Double-Vision At The 2014 Twins Day Festival || Twinsburg OH

The city of Twinsburg was named after identical twins Aaron and Moses Wilcox in 1819, after the twins donated land for the construction of a public square. Every year, since 1976, the city has hosted The Twins Day Festival where thousands of twins and multiples congregate to celebrate their uniqueness and similarities. Here are 10 photos of twin attendees and some interesting information about twins and multiples.

venusinorbit 5 years ago

10 Amazing Murals In NYC: Then And Now (Part I)

New York City is an ever-changing canvas - from the fashion on the streets to the walls of the city. This constant evolution of style and art is depicted on its ever-changing landscape. Here are ten amazing murals then and now. Photos by @venusinorbit.

venusinorbit 5 years ago