ARTIST SPOTLIGHT

CRYSTAL TALIEFERO-A ROCK AND ROLL LEGEND FOR THE AGES By Sandra Castillo

She is poetry-in-motion, fluid, dexterous and equipped with enough fire power in those well-sculpted arms and hands to knock a baseball right out of Yankee Stadium into the next century. And, yet, the woman with enough talent, fortitude to fill that same stadium to overflowing is one of the most gracious, humble people on this […]

THE SCREAMING EAGLE OF SOUL HAS LANDED-THIS IS CHARLES BRADLEY By Sandra Castillo

The camera will never lie. It can only expose the truth, the raw, visceral range of emotional latitude which reveals what one needs to see in order to understand what is going on just beneath the core surface of the one inhabiting those feelings. With so much emotion bared and exposed across the beautiful, deeply-lined […]

INSIDE THE BLACK AND WHITE WORLD OF PHOTOGRAPHER FLOR GARDUNO By Sandra Castillo

Her visions are an amalgamation of another universe, where the people and landscapes are shrouded in the contemplations of her ruminations. She, the visual composer of her introspections, relinquishes them only to the notion that she is, first and foremost, a renowned artist whose desire to share her craft with others is what most purveyors […]

Oseas Villatoro X Elise Trouw

From New York Fashion Week, to Mexico Fashion Week, San Diego, Los Angeles, New York and back, Oseas Villatoro is on a path to dominate the fashion industry with his romantic yet daring designs and contagious drive. To say that Oseas has been busy is a complete understatement. Since we last featured him on the […]

IN THE SCENE

Exile Is My Home @Theater for the New City A review by Frederick R. Stal

From the get-go, the new play “Exile is my Home” written by Domnica Radlescu, and directed by Andreas Robertz, captivated the intimate crowd at the Theater for the New City. This play tells the story of Mina (Noemi de la Puente) and Lina (Nikaury Rodriguez). They are a refugee couple from the Balkans that travel […]

INSIDE THE BLACK AND WHITE WORLD OF PHOTOGRAPHER FLOR GARDUNO By Sandra Castillo

Her visions are an amalgamation of another universe, where the people and landscapes are shrouded in the contemplations of her ruminations. She, the visual composer of her introspections, relinquishes them only to the notion that she is, first and foremost, a renowned artist whose desire to share her craft with others is what most purveyors […]

Playwright Giving Away Entire Comic Book Collection for “Who Mourns for Bob the Goon?”

A new indiegogo campaign has a playwright giving away his entire comic book collection. To raise money for the new play, Who Mourns for Bob the Goon? playwright Joshua Young has given up years worth of comic collecting in order to fund this high-priced endeavor. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE LATESTSign-up for free to be in the […]

One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest @ The Gallery Players a review by Frederick R. Stal

Randall Patrick McMurphy is a rebel with a good heart who manages to sway his fellow inmates and audience alike. As the lead role (Joseph Cassese) in the legendary “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” which was released onscreen over 40 years ago, he still captivates us, makes us think, and of course laugh as […]

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