CREATOR GEOFFREY GUERRERO GEARS UP FOR 6TH ANNUAL KATRA FILM FEST ​by Nick Christophers

It has been a few years that Geoffrey has devoted to growing the KATRA Film series and it has grown since 2012. One example of this is the continuous submissions of new projects to the festival on an international level. It is not just films from the States but Europe, Asia and South America. The […]

ON THE OPEN ROAD OF LIFE, BRUNO ROCCO IS THE LONELY RIDER By Sandra Castillo

The small package arrived sometime in mid-December, amidst the chaos and exhaustion of the 2017 holiday season. Once it was in my hands, I knew exactly who it was from and why. I opened it with feverish anticipation, knowing that any music received from this artist, thousands of miles away, would be treasured, simply by […]

The Artwork of Richard Humann By Nick Christophers

The Artwork of Richard Humann To Be Featured in Upcoming Documentary By Nick Christophers   As a young boy Richard Humann was always attracted to the arts whether it would be art or music. It turned out his focus became art. He has been in the art game for over 30 years. It was exactly […]

A MASTER’S TOUCH-PAUL BUCKMASTER GIFT TO MUSIC By Sandra Castillo

A MASTER’S TOUCH-PAUL BUCKMASTER GIFT TO MUSIC By Sandra Castillo One of the greatest albums I ever added to my vinyl collection was Nick Heyward’s North Of A Miracle. Truthfully speaking, I consider it to be one of the quintessential musical masterpieces of the last one-hundred years. Recorded in 1983 at Abbey Road Studios, the […]

Astrid Kuljanic Transatlantic Exploration Company at Carnegie Hall a review by RJ Hardeman

I awoke from dreamland this morning with the voice of Astrid Kuljanic singing an upbeat tempo song. Her clear voice and delivery made me smile, even as it was happening inside my head. The song, included on her latest CD, RIVA, was “Show Me,” and it was performed live by the artist and her band, […]

M. Butterfly on Broadway By Michael Martinez

Theatre Review: M. Butterfly on Broadway By David Henry Hwang Directed by Julie Taymor Cort Theatre 138 West 48th Street NYC The new production of David Henry Hwang’s acclaimed play M. Butterfly at the Cort Theatre offers audiences the opportunity to revisit a modern classic that might be more timely now than its original Broadway […]

LORD, HE WAS BORN A TRAVELIN’ MAN – STEPHEN EL REY TAKES THE HIGH ROAD TO SUCCESS By Sandra Castillo

Many years ago, this writer was in deep conversation with my father, who had informed me of the time he had hitchhiked all the way from California back to his hometown in Kentucky, after his short-lived stint in the U.S. Navy. For many, the idea of thumbing a ride to arrive to one’s destination is […]

ACTRESS / DIRECTOR RELEASES TWISTED VAMPIRE TALE by Nick Christophers

Tina Jetter is at it again with a gripping tale that is due to take a bite out the industry. In her new project she is not only acting but directing the film “Saving You, Saving Me”. The new project is also co-directed by Marc I. Daniels. The story follows a young lady who is […]

Feifei Yang BUILDS ON HER TALENT..by Nick Christophers

MUSICIAN/PRODCUER BUILDS ON HER TALENT WITH HER OWN BRAND: FFY ARTS PRODUCTION by Nick Christophers Feifei Yang has come very far in her career as a musician / producer. Hailing from the exotic nation of China she has managed to bridge the gap between East and West with style. Her knowledge of music and business […]

POWER POP WITH A TWIST AND A SHOUT By Sandra Castillo

September 5th, 1962 was a day that held much meritorious significance, starting with the legendary performance of the Beatles at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, England. The second reference to that date is one that is also honorably regarded: the birth of music historian and singer/songwriter Bart Mendoza took place right here on that same […]

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