By Nick Christophers It takes a deep determination to be able to tackle not one but three artistic disciplines with success. Kathleen Wilce has accomplished such a task. Since acting out nursery rhymes in her parent’s basement it was only a matter of time before she would take her […]
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If you want to show your best friend how much you love them, treat them to an amazing day out at this incredible dog beach.
By Nick Christophers We are very lucky for our freedom of speech—and in this case, freedom of advertising too—for Real Estate Broker Michael Carfagna wouldn’t have the power to sway Brooklynites to come to the diverse area of Jackson Heights if we didn’t. The reason he wants folks […]
By Nick Christophers It’s always a plus when you know what you want to do professionally at the age of 14. This was the case for Joe Vulpis, CEO of AP Music. At that young age along with his mother’s guidance knew that music would be his vehicle […]
Louis Pasteur once said, “Chance favors the prepared mind.” Richard Humann is definitely a bold artist and a driven individual with a prepared mind and I’m sure that chance will continue to favor him.
By Nick Christophers Shalhavit-Simcha Cohen was blessed with a gift that she did not realize until a later time in her life. She grew up in her sister’s shadow believing that the ideal woman needed to be thin with straight blonde hair. Shalhavit had darker skin and was […]
By Nick Christophers Kareem W. Tyson aka Reem’o Meerak has always been drawn to the entertainment field and wanted to make his mark in some manner. He eventually did when he hosted his own show called REEM TV Radio. The show lasted 11 episodes on YouTube and garnered […]
Marc Zappulla has just catapulted us back to a lifestyle very few of us are privy to with his new release “The Last Longshoreman”. Not since Marlon Brando’s marquee performance with “On The Waterfront” has there been anyone to bring us into the life of a longshoreman. Marc who has three other novels under his belt felt that re-inviting the public to this shadowy world would be a worthy subject to write about. Also his father worked on the waterfront as well.
As I sat there in the spacious loft of the renovated Brooklyn firehouse, I was blown away by the sounds that emanated from the seven-piece band in front of me. They took me on a nostalgic ride to the time when words and music meant something. As one of the lead singers, Dante DeLemos, belted out the lyrics to their single “A Revelations Gonna Come” it catapulted me to the sounds of The Eagles and a bit of Bob Dylan. The band has been officially together for a fairly short time, but some of them have played together for many years in other projects.
It’s mid October and the air has begun its inevitable plummet into the cold of winter. However, first we get to experience the beauty of fall when nature dawns her gown of golds, oranges, yellows, reds and browns. As she dances through the chilling days she paints the trees with a picturesque luster to steal your breath. Being locked in the city, however, can leave you separated from this unfolding glory. And yet, a short 30 minute drive can deliver you to Raccoon State Park. I can think of no better time of the year to enjoy this state park than the fall season