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 […]

The Coming of Antichrist at The American Theater of Actors-a review by Michael Elias

Eye Art 2017 International Youth Exhibition

Eye Art International Youth Exhibition August 4 to August 11, 2017 United Nations Headquarters First Avenue between 42nd & 48th Street in New York City Eye Art Presents Works of Young Artists From China and Other Countries to Celebrate Cultural and Global Communication http://eyeartinternational.org/ http://visit.un.org/ New York, N.Y. (July 13, 2017) Eye Art International is […]

BABY, WE’RE AMAZED…SHANNON IS “THE WORLD’S GREATEST BEATLES ARTIST” By Sandra Castillo

Consider it sheer coincidence or synchronicity properly aligned with the timing of the assignment at hand. When this writer set out to ascertain the preliminary research needed to successfully establish my next article for RG Magazine, featuring renowned Beatles artist Shannon, imagine my surprise when the song “Hey Jude” erupted out of the speakers at […]

Ben Rosenblum w/ Curtis Lundy and Billy Hart – A Review by Fred Stal

Mezzrow in New York City – 5/21/17 Music, and more specifically, JAZZ is very much alive and well in New York. The thriving, young, and talented jazz pianist Ben Rosenblum delivered an inspired and focused performance at the intimate Mezzrow jazz club. Nestled in the famous Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City, Mezzrow provided […]

Ben Rosenblum’s Debut Record Instead A Review by Fred Stal

Ben Rosenblum’s debut album Instead is a work that was years in the making. The young pianist has played in violinist Ben Sutin’s acclaimed jazz/klezmer group Klazz-Ma-Tazz for several years now since their inception. Rosenblum’s versatility as a musician has helped shape his unique style and this record reflects his unique training in various subgenres […]

BO DIETL ON THE ROAD TO BEING THE NEXT MAYOR by Nick Christophers

Club impresario/producer Noel Ashman recently hosted a private fundraiser for close friend and Mayoral candidate, Bo Dietl. Bo’s background is an impressive one as it spans almost two decades and is filled with all types of accomplishments, from being the inspiration for the film “Bad Lieutenant” to a guest-starring role on “Law & Order” the […]

BRANCHING OUT WITH VETERAN NFL STAR RON JAWORSKI by Nick Christophers

GREEN GIRLS GOLF BRANCHING OUT WITH VETERAN NFL STAR RON JAWORSKI by Nick Christophers GGG has been around for many years serving golf enthusiasts in many ways. They have catered to every golf players needs on the course. But they have also played a big part in the charitable community. Whether it is for a […]

ORPHANS at The Bridge Theatre By David Greene

ORPHANS at The Bridge Theater

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