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The Perfect Veggie-friendly Gastronomic Destination

Several Spanish chefs and restaurants have made it to the top 10 Best lists in several occasions. But the Iberian Peninsula is not all about seafood paella and Jamón Serrano. Once in a while, I hear a friend coming back from a trip and sharing a story about how beautiful the trip was and how hard it was to find vegan/vegetarian options.  Well, if you go to Barcelona you can leave your crackers behind with no fear to starve during your vacations. Check out this link to TheLocal.es where Barcelona officially declares itself a "Veggie-Friendly City"          

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Many Mornings!!

Happy Tuesday, Everyone! If you’re feeling a bit down or tired that you’re starting the work week again, we’ve got just the thing for you – a big dose of bright color and sunshine! Starting on September, we will be carrying Many Mornings' truly cool line of colorful and stylish socks. A perfect match with your Vogas!! We will be bringing our  amazing  socks and other cool accessories to Renegade's Brooklyn Fair on September 12th and 13th at the Brooklyn Expo Center!

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The Brooklyn Renegade Craft Fair is Here!

Happy week, everyone! We’re kicking off our Renegade Craft Fair spotlights as we'll be heading to Brooklyn on September 12+13 to attend the Renegade Craft Fair at the Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint. At the fair, we will bring some truly awesome additions to our accessories collection. Stay tuned! We can’t wait to meet you there!

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Art of Spain Culture Series

Spanish Art and Artists Influence, style, and famous works From the colorful biomorphic forms of Joan Miro to the geometric cubism of Pablo Picasso, the work of Spanish artists continues to be admired around the world today.  Spanish art has firm roots in the Golden age and Renaissance periods, before flourishing during the modernist movement with Spanish artists on the forefront of movements such as Cubism and Surrealism. The cultural history of Spain is deeply entwined with its art, which reflect and comment on the country’s political and social climates. To better understand the vibrant history of Spain and its artists, a brief guide below will introduce a handful of the most influential Spanish artists to date. Each week, a...

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10 Best Spanish contemporary movies

Spanish cinema has plenty to be proud of. From Pedro Almodóvar to Alejandro Amenábar, Spanish directors have won the appraisal of film critics and audiences internationally, with a handful of Oscars to top it all off. So if you’re planning a weekend glued to your TV screen with popcorn coming out of your ears, read on and enjoy! 1. Abre los Ojos/Open Your Eyes. A handsome, rich man falls in love with the woman of his dreams (Penelope Cruz) but is disfigured in a suicidal car crash by his ex-girlfriend, plunging him into an unexpected series of nightmarish plot twists. Directed by Alejandro Amenábar to great acclaim, a Hollywood remake ('Vanilla Sky' with Tom Cruise as lead and Penelope Cruz...

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