Local Artist Bill Batson Turns Visual Artists into Performers and Art Making into a Spectator Sport It took months of planning and the work of dozens of volunteers to unleash a Flash Sketch Mob of over 100 artists in Nyack on Saturday, June 16. All of the hallmarks of the flash mob phenomenon were on […]
Review of indie-film “Safety Not Guaranteed” BY VINCENT ABBATECOLA When thinking of an indie movie, you might picture a story that takes a more honest approach to life, with maybe a little bit of lighthearted quirkiness added to make you feel like you’re watching something unique. They are not similar to the more mainstream films, […]
BY GEORGE J. DACRE – “The Last Days Of Micky and Jean,” a comedy by Richard Dresser ,opens at the Penguin Repertory Theatre in Stony Point June 29 and runs weekends through July 22. When Micky, a fugitive mobster from Boston ,is forced into”retirement” with his longtime girlfriend, Jean, in Paris, the couple run into one hilarious situation […]
BY DYLAN SKRILOFF Vocalist Geoff Tate, the most famous member of the Seattle-based heavy metal outfit Queensryche, will no longer be a member of the band, Billboard reported this week. Tate and band-mates had been rumored to be at odds on a recent tour, and rumors became reality when four members of the band, including […]
Puddin’ Don’t is a creation of Jake Barlow, inspired by all manner of silliness, like Berkeley Breathed’s Bill the Cat, Chuck Norris Facts, The movie Machete, and the great Marty Feldman. Puddin’ Don’t can be found daily online at www.puddindont.com.
BY ALAN McGEORGE Gone are the strobe lights and dance floor at Studio 54 in Manhattan … the theatre sold out on Sunday for the opening week of “Harvey.” Harvey is a six-foot-tall rabbit invisible to everyone except Elwood, much to the exasperation of his sister, Veta. In order to save the family’s social reputation, […]