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 […]

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 […]

Bob Weir @ Kings Theatre – A Concert Review by Fred Stal

Album Cover credit- Chloe Weir October 15th 2016 Brooklyn Concert On the heels of just having released his first album of all original material in over 30 years, Bob Weir played a remarkable concert for fans this past Saturday night at the breathtaking Brooklyn concert venue Kings Theatre. Blue Mountain is not only original and […]

Britta Phillips in Concert @ Le Poisson Rouge 9/28/16 Review by Fred Stal

Britta Phillips — the multi-talented bassist for the band Luna played a stellar show last week at the NYC staple Le Poisson Rouge, to support the release of her solo record Luck or Magic. Backed by her husband Dean Wareham and members of Luna, the show allowed Dean’s better half to shine and deliver a […]

Steely Dan and Steve Winwood – Concert review by Michael Martinez

Performance: Bethel Woods Center for the Arts July 9, 2016 Photo by Michael Bloom courtesy of Bethel Woods Center for the Arts

Dead & Company A Concert Review by Fred Stal

Citi Field 6/26/16 The latest incarnation of the legendary Grateful Dead, called Dead and Company, delighted an exuberant crowd this past Sunday night at Citi Field. The band consists of original members Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Heart. The band also includes Jeff Chimenti on keys, the always-smiling Oteil Burbridge on bass guitar, and […]

Three Sisters (Anton Chekhov) Theatre review By Joshua Young

Brooklyn Rep’s production of Three Sisters at the Fourth Street Theatre is a very ambitious interpretation, and it deserves a great deal of credit for its aspiration. The driving momentum behind this production was to create a multiracial version of the Russian masterpiece. Elisabeth Ng, Brooklyn Rep’s Creative Director (also Olga in the show) should […]

Experience Fashion Show – Oseas Villatoro X Wish Now

On February 28, 2015 RG magazine got to experience a magical and romantic night full of color, emotion, fashion and to-die-for pastries (huge plus!).  The show was hosted in an unconventional and rustic venue, which contrasted the textures of the pieces that were showcased beautifully. From magical fairies, to ready-to-wear pieces, the show had something […]

“HEADS” …a review by Michael Martinez

The recent production of “Heads” by acclaimed playwright E.M. Lewis recently closed at Theater For The New City after a two week run. The drama which depicts the plight of four hostages held in an Iranian prison was first produced in 2007 and made it’s New York City debut with this production. The plot of […]

BIZARRE A/C 2 with G Tom Mac

  G Tom Mac with April Sheehan at  The Tropicana in Atlantic City NJ Friday the 13th 2014 Our own April Sheehan, Writer and Assistant Editor of RG Magazine just happened to have a copy of RG on her for G Tom Mac to check out and autograph the article she wrote about him. Not […]

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