They made their “bones” on stage many eons ago, and lived like kings – then disbanded in 1984. So why after 40 years did this LA rocker band just record their first and only album?
It is without question that this dancing duo is nothing short of amazing. Risa and Ayaka who hail from the exotic land of Japan have wowed crowds everywhere with their magnificent moves. Their flexibility and timing are perfect. Their love of music and dancing is evident as they escape into a dancing void that most wouldn’t comprehend.
By Nick Christophers It was perfect weather and a perfect time to celebrate another fun and exciting comic book convention. Organizer Lisa Bennett with her enthusiastic team put together an intimate comic show that is due to grow year after year. In its second year the convention has […]
It was another wild and crazy Sunday at the NY Comic Con with thousands of visitors packing the Javits.
Just taking a walk from Penn Station on 34th Street to 11th avenue it would have been impossible not to bump into Superman, Wonder Woman, Captain America or Thor. Attendees paraded down the street in their favorite costumes with style. Passerby’s would get whiplash just trying to decipher whether Halloween came to early.
By Nick Christophers Feifei Yang has come very far in her career as a musician / producer. Hailing from the exotic nation of China she has managed to bridge the gap between East and West with style. Her knowledge of music and business is impressive. She is not […]
“Olivier’s work was very honest and very human,” Simpson said. “It wasn’t so much like I was watching technique or virtuosic performance but I was actually involved in it, kind of like watching a film.”
Dreamstates is currently on a limited release tour across the United States and was shown at Harlem Stage on Friday. The film, written and directed by Anisia Uzeyman and starring both the director and Saul Williams engages the audience with it’s imagery of the United States, limited dialogue but puissant interactions between the two main characters and a deeply thoughtful soundtrack.
by Nick Christophers Geoffrey Guerrero had a vision to create a festival like no other in New York and since 2012 he has done just that. The Katra Film Series is a platform where a selection of shorts and features is presented to a packed audience who take […]
Harlem Stage kicked off their fall season with an incredibly welcoming open house on September 16th. Performances included spoken word, dance, jazz and even a drum circle.
By Marsha Clarke The reality of progress is that it will often times fail and in some cases die completely. The history of Virtual Reality always showed more hope than promise and has been resurrected so many times that a game of thrones character should be named after […]