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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

The Art and Soul of Timothy Link By Sandra Castillo

So many of the images are enigmatic dreamscapes encapsulated in a mind’s eye succinctly focused on the ethereal, otherworldly. Whether it’s a golden-haired enchantress atop a majestic stallion, illuminated by starlight, or a sensual vampire seduced by his own insatiable hunger for immortality, the Art of Timothy Link is beholden to a chimera graced with […]

SCENES AND OTHER HAPPENINGS FROM AN ITALIAN RESTAURANT-CATALDO’S By Sandra Castillo

         The distance from 45th Street in New York City to Vanderbilt Avenue in Brooklyn is roughly seven-and-a-half miles. If one were to travel by vehicle across the great expansion of the Brooklyn Bridge to get there, it would take less than thirty minutes to reach their destination. The only thing that […]

A Cheat Guide to Making Every Outfit Killer On a Budget

If we are being completely honest, some of the top insults, low blows or “not so nice” things people tell me all the time are: You spend too much money on clothes Wow, you have a new outfit again I could never spend money like you do on clothes [Insert line about all the better […]

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 […]

IF THE STILETTO FITS, SLAY IT…PEACE, LOVE AND FISHNETS WITH THE SPICE PISTOLS By Sandra Castillo

  IF THE STILETTO FITS, SLAY IT…PEACE, LOVE AND FISHNETS WITH THE SPICE PISTOLS By Sandra Castillo I could feel every fiber of my being screaming out for the “jolt of electricity,” AKA caffeine, as I schlepped out the door of my abode to head over to my local coffee shop. Even though this trek […]

Blondie & Garbage at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts by Michael Martinez

The Rage and Rapture Tour July 29, 2017   The pairing of punk / new wave innovators Blondie with power pop / alt-rock masters Garbage for the Rage and Rapture Tour seemed like the perfect concert for someone who at different times in their lives has had crushes on the singers in both groups. I […]

THE BEAST UNLEASHED-DRUMMER LIBERTY DEVITTO By Sandra Castillo

…and on the eighth day, the rafters of Heaven opened up to shake loose the thunder which came to this Earth as the back beat of Rock N’ Roll. One cannot assume that music, with all its glorious, unpredictable fury, is always safe in the hands of the one who pounds away on an instrument […]

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