By Nick Christophers Nick: You have done everything from acting for TV, film, stage and stand-up. Which one is your favorite medium to work with? Despina: I’m a theatre actress. I began my career in classical theatre, and I believe the stage is a strong basis and non-stop […]
The old timers would have been proud of this talented lady who belts out their hits that are forever timeless. What we mean by old timers are the artists who crooned the crowds back in the 50’s and 60’s. Singers like Frank Sinatra, Jerry Vale, Dean Martin and Al Martino. The young lady, Vanessa Racci could make anyone sing along to these hits that she has rejuvenated with her own spicy recipe.
By Nick Christophers Here in New York we are surrounded by different cultures and races from Italian, Greek, German, Asian and more. Each one of these races has a left a mark in the Big Apple. The Chinese in particular have more than others established strong communities in […]
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 […]
The Harlem Arts Festival is back at Marcus Garvey Park this weekend (June 25th-26th!) We covered the festivities last year and it really is a wonderful community event.
You can easily access the park by most NYC subway lines exiting at the 125th street stop and then a short walk. While you are in the neighborhood be sure to take advantage of some great restaurants, photo opportunities of historic brownstones and the local gallery scene.
By Nick Christophers Sometimes a little luck goes a long way and hard work even more. This could be said for rapper / singer -songwriter Brewsie whose music combines both elements. Coming from the gritty streets of Brooklyn he learned that life is tough and you need to […]
Typically in any family there is sibling rivalry at every turn but sometimes something magical happens. This would be the case with sisters Charlene and Liann Kaye who combined their talents for a lethal recipe. Charlene had the musical bug at a young age as Liann was touched by the angel of art. Their first attempt at meshing their work was when Charlene was jamming with local bands in Michigan. Liann, in her sophomore year took up a film class and gained some key pointers.
By Nick Christophers From his humble beginnings in Trinidad to building success in the states, KMC has not lost his focus or touch. As a boy in his native land he always was drawn to the sights and sounds of music. From the soca sound to dancehall he […]
By Nick Christophers The stage explodes with energy and the crowd roars as it is filled with scantily clad women and mythological images. Bright lights surround the venue and the sexy women dance to the rhythmic beats pulsating from the speakers. Finally the performer they have all come […]