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Kasey Caminiti

Senior Digital Editor

Bio:

Kasey is the Senior Digital Editor at DuJour. Before DuJour she was a copywriter and web producer at a travel company, an intern at Nickelodeon and at Cumulus Broadcasting. A self-proclaimed music junkie, she enjoys festivals and concerts on the weekends or snuggling with her Boston Terrier, Rufio. Follow her on Instagram at @aseykay.

Recent Work
  • Behind the Exhibit: New York at Its Core

    Behind the Exhibit: New York at Its Core

    Find out New York’s history at the Museum of the City of New York

    Five years in the making, New York at Its Core, at the Museum of the City of New York, is a series of three micro-exhibits showing the evolution of the city from a quaint fishing village into a modern metropolis. New York City attracts visitors from across the globe, but ... More

  • 8 Luxe Hotels to Spend Your New Year

    8 Luxe Hotels to Spend Your New Year’s Eve

    Ring in 2017 in style

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  • Meet the Canadian Folk Band The Strumbellas

    Meet the Canadian Folk Band The Strumbellas

    The band’s frontman dishes on Hope, touring and his beard

    The Strumbellas are in the home stretch of a North American tour following the release of their third album, Hope. Although Toronto’s folk-pop group propelled to mainstream notoriety in early 2016 with their catchy anthem “Spirits,” the group has been performing together since 2008.  I caught up with Simon Ward, lead singer ... More

  • An Unapologetic Artist

    An Unapologetic Artist

    Amanda Dow Thompson puts her best face forward with her bold new series, Slippery When Wet

    “I was born in Japan and raised in London and have always felt like a foreigner. I was always trying to put my best face forward, whatever that was. I don’t think I realized what I was doing in the beginning but a lot of the shapes that I make ... More

  • The Strokes’ Guitarist Nick Valensi Talks CRX

    The Strokes’ Guitarist Nick Valensi Talks CRX

    The long-time lead guitarist is now a front man for his new side project

    The iconic rock band born out of New York City, The Strokes, released their debut album Is This It nearly 15 years ago. The guys regrouped in 2013 to deliver a fifth album, Comedown Machine. Since then, all of its members have embarked on their own passion projects with an exception ... More

  • Broken Hands Reveals the Inspiration for Their New Album

    Broken Hands Reveals the Inspiration for Their New Album

    Turbulence is making waves in the UK

    United Kingdom's alternative rock band Broken Hands debuted their album Turbulence, an instant hit in the UK. While listening to the band’s high-energy, booming songs, including the hit single “Meteor,” you’d never guess that the house where Turbulence was realized is located just outside of quiet Canterbury in the charming village of Kent. The band's ... More

  • Balinese Magic at John Hardy

    Balinese Magic at John Hardy

    The NYC flagship store unveils its Artisan in Residence series

    John Hardy has embodied the magic of Bali since its inception in 1975. With a distinct and one-of-a-kind style, the jewelry’s brilliance is surpassed only by the company’s deep-rooted values in sustainability, artisanship and community. Back in the Bali offices, the company breaks every day at 1:00pm sharp ... More

  • Pandora Holiday Live: Exclusive NYC Concert

    Pandora Holiday Live: Exclusive NYC Concert

    Pandora hosted its fourth annual holiday party featuring The 1975, Bastille and Bishop Briggs

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  • All Wrapped Up Gift Guide

    All Wrapped Up Gift Guide

    Luxurious gifts that that have the prettiest packaging

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  • An Abstract Artist with a Point of View

    An Abstract Artist with a Point of View

    Steve Lyons grew up on welfare and is now an internationally celebrated sculptural painter

    A tiny German lady walked into Steve Lyons' Chatham, Cape Cod gallery and purchased seven abstract paintings created by Lyons. Although she didn’t speak a bit of English, her son translated for her. She said, “These will hang with the best.” Lyons was grateful and appreciated her love of the ... More