CHARU SURI – AN ARTIST WITH MUSIC IN HER VEINS by Nick Christophers

For anyone who loves music there is nothing like hearing the perfection of a record on a turn-table. That is how Charu Suri was introduced to the beauty of music. At a very young age, her father filled the home with the sounds of Bach, Mozart and Beethoven while he was chief executive officer of […]

The Dance of Death- Directed by Jeff S. Dailey American Theatre of Actors Review by Michael Elias

  October brings out the goblins.  There is a long history of demons in Western Literature.  That tradition has additions every year and one surprising contribution is available this month at the American Theater for Actors through Sunday evening, October 28th, in The Dance of Death in a dramatization by Dr. Jeff Dailey of a 19th-century […]

MOTIVATED AD, STUART KELLY LOOKING TO BUILD ON HIS PAST LESSONS IN FILM by Nick Christophers

For those who may not know what an AD is, it’s the abbreviation for assistant director. Stuart Kelly fought hard to achieve that title as he hustled to learn everything he can on any set he was able to be a part of. From a young man watching his father film the family doing all […]

NEW MOB PROJECT FEATURES HARD NOSED ACTOR GEORGE ANDREAKOS by Nick Christophers

It is no wonder that Greek-American actor George Andreakos has been slated to play a gangster in the projected film entitled “Apalachin”. He has already taken on gangster roles and aced them every–time. The title should ring a few bells with a few of you. It was there that the famous “sit-down” with the heads […]

TRADING IN DRUM STICKS FOR ART BRUSHES MARC POTOCSKY By Sandra Castillo

                         TRADING IN DRUM STICKS FOR ART BRUSHES                       THE INCREDIBLE ART OF MARC POTOCSKY                              By Sandra Castillo When one […]

FLORIDA DOCTOR OFFERING TRADITIONAL AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE IN A UNIQUE WAY ​by Nick Christophers

Concert Review:  Deep Purple and Judas Priest at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts by Michael Martinez 

Concert Review:  Deep Purple and Judas Priest at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts September 2, 2018 by Michael Martinez Bethel Woods Center for the Arts rarely presents heavy metal concerts.  When I saw the announcement for the co-headlining tour of Deep Purple and Judas Priest I was intrigued by the pairing of two legendary bands […]

LINA MORGANA -SUPER STAR BORN WHO LEFT THIS UNIVERSE TOO SOON By Sandra Castillo

January 11, 1989 – October 4, 2008               A SUPER STAR WAS BORN BUT LEFT THIS UNIVERSE WAY TOO SOON…THE SHORT SEASON AND TRAGIC DEATH OF LINA MORGANA             By Sandra Castillo The only thing more radiant than her looks was the angelic voice which […]

“Doing Lines With David Craig Ellis” – Brooklyn Artist Building on his talent with a new book by Nick Christophers

Brooklyn Artist David Craig Ellis Building on his talent with new book – “Doing Lines With David Craig Ellis” by Nick Christophers   When you pay a visit to the studio/gallery of David Craig Ellis, you must be prepared for creativity at its best. Travel to the basement like you’re descending into an illegal gambling […]

LOVE MADE AND GONE ASTRAY IN “ONE BEDROOM” By Sandra Castillo

LOVE MADE AND GONE ASTRAY IN “ONE BEDROOM” Sandra Castillo Sometimes, “Love means never having to say you’re sorry,” as affirmed by the sentiment echoed in the 1970 theatrical release “Love Story.” Then again, there’s the defiant response to the universal language of amour and human conflict ignited by betrayal, which ultimately signals the end […]

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