33 1/3-House of Dreams By Sandra Castillo

The songs were lauded and celebrated by millions of people and quickly became commercially successful, chart-topping sensations calibrated to perfection in the hands of those commandeering the controls at Gold Star Recording Studios. Once situated at the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Vine in Hollywood, California, before it was vacated in 1984 and later […]


He is one of the most prolific, successful and venerated artists of all time, with a treasure of smash hits, millions of albums sold and mega-wealth obtained beyond one’s wildest imagination to his credit, but Elton John nearly paid the ultimate price for fame and fortune, when he attempted to take his own life just […]

The Harrowing of Hell -A Theatre review by Michael Elias

The Harrowing of Hell at The American Theatre of Actors Theater Review by Michael Elias The American Theatre of Actors and Collectio Musicorum, Ltd. has given us an extraordinary treat this holiday season with the staging of Jeff Dailey’s adept translation and direction of THE HARROWING OF HELL: A Play from the 13th Century.  I had […]


Style Syndicate NYC 2.0 Fashion Digest CATCISTA’S BOUTIQUE “Vintage Trends In A Millennial Reality”.. by Iroska1 on April 2019 Style Syndicate NYC 2.0 and NPTSTUDIO take a look at one of Downtown Brooklyn’s prominent vintage boutiques, CATCISTA’S, located at 414 Marcus Garvey Brooklyn, New York. In the heart of Bed Stuy we take a moment […]

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 […]


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 […]

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 […]

Roger Daltrey Performs The Who’s TOMMY with the Hudson Valley Philharmonic @ Bethel Woods Center for the Arts

Bethel WoodsRoger Daltrey Performs The Who’s TOMMY with the Hudson Valley Philharmonic @ Bethel Woods Center for the Art A Review By Mike Martinez The summer concert season at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts opened with Roger Daltrey performing The Who’s masterwork Tommy accompanied by the Hudson Valley Philharmonic on June 8, 2018.   The […]

EQ Channel -When The Night Comes – Review by Pamela Sanford

                                                                    EQ Channel at Dixon Place in NYC – When the Night Has Come A Music Review by Pamela Sanford Sunday, May […]

Escape To Margaritaville -A Review by Michael Martinez

Music and Lyrics by Jimmy Buffett Book by Greg Garcia and Mike O’Malley Directed by Christopher Ashley Marquis Theatre, 211 West 45th Street & Broadway Director Christopher Ashley (Tony Award winner for Come From Away) and book writers Greg Garcia and Mike O’Malley have performed a minor miracle transforming the music and lyrics of singer / […]

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