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Thou shalt cover the globe. There's a simple belief we have around here at The Club, it's something we believe in very fiercely. You have to go. Whenever the opportunity presents itself, whenever the plane tickets land in your lap, whenever a door is opened and the destination is new, you have to jump. Covering the globe. It's as simple as that. The Intergalactic Travels of The Madbury Club document the travels of a globe hopping gang of miscreants and friends. Walk with us.
The Club broke early from their afternoon Jai-Alai match to make the quick flight from Philadelphia International to Belize. The exact reason for this trip is considered sensitive for as long as the IRS is still an operating entity but from all appearances it seem as though quite the Cosmic time took place South of the border.
At the dawn of 2012, The Madbury Club set off galavanting across the country to see what California had to offer. A five-part short story emerged from that fateful week of events and an untold number East Coast-bred college students dropped out and/or harshly reconsidered life as a result of the experience.
With great fun comes get responsibility, and that responsibility mostly entails spending far too many hours behind a computer screen. Setting out to find new tradition, and a break from anything involving a Mac OS, we set out for a barren stretch of beach dunes in Staten Island.
Back in 2011 there was a little festival in the desert that was primed and ready to become the biggest, most dominant, iconic festival in America. It was called Coachella and Madbury was there on behalf of The Brooklyn Circus and Timberland to cover it in somewhat massive fashion.
If you have to ask for an explanation, there is a large chance you’re simply not meant to know what’s taking place. Take comfort in your ignorance and proceed fourth blindly with confidence.
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