FILMMAKER WHO PRODUCES PROJECTS THAT ARE THOUGHT PROVOKING; D.J. HIGGINS by Nick Christophers

If you did not know about this talented filmmaker before you will soon enough. DJ Higgins has begun to make his mark in the film industry with his motivational projects. He is a one of a kind director who has amazing stats under his belt. Higgins speaks three different languages and has earned four Master […]

BRINGING BACK CLASS AND STYLE TO THE USA W / GLAM SMITH by Nick Christophers

Charline Smith, or better known as Glam, who hails from the scenic country of Scotland, is on a mission to take the States by storm with her overwhelming talent. To be in her company and watch her work a room is amazing. She is full of life and vigor that just electrifies anyone. From a […]

Ben Rosenblum Coastal Trio Live: Jazz at Kitano -A Concert Review by Fred Stal

Jazz pianist Ben Rosenblum delivered an inspired, heartfelt performance at the famous Jazz at Kitano club on November 10, 2018.   The live performance was a record release party for his new album, River City, off of One Trick Dog records.  Rosenblum is young and very new to the jazz scene, yet already an award […]

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 […]

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 […]

“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 […]

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 […]

ACTRESS TINA JETTER by Nick Christophers

YOUNG ACTRESS TINA JETTER CONTINUES HER RISE IN THE FILM WORLD WITH AWARD WINNING FILM by Nick Christophers   Tina has devoted her time and energy to the acting / producing game for a while. Her credits run from 2004 to the present. Tina’s desire to be in front of the camera and behind it […]

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