BY GEORGE J. DACRE The Antrims Players do a delicious job with this Alfred Hitchcock thriller viewed this past Sunday afternoon at the Tom France Theatre. A marvelous csst was put together by producer Amanda Christine Vogt and very capable direction by Melinda Pinto resulted in a good show. Kristin Leigh Nicholson, whose day job […]
BY HEATHER JOHNSON Okay Ladies and Gentlemen, here’s the deal. Revealed at 8:30 Tuesday morning, was finally, the list for this year’s Oscar nominations. We’ve all been wondering who managed to campaign the hardest and who was going to be shunned this year. Well ready or not, here we go. Best Actor and Actress this […]
By Carolyn Johnson The first real snow storm of the season didn’t stop Armand Miele, 83, and his daughter and co-author Donna Miele, from traveling to Westfield, New Jersey for their first public appearance since launching Armand’s heartwarming autobiography, Born Minus: From Shoeshine Boy to News Publisher, An Italian-American Journey. The event took place on […]
BY CAROLYN JOHNSON January 29 through February 3, Catholic schools in the United States celebrate Catholic Schools Week. Festivities vary, but they aim to celebrate students, teachers, and school communities and raise awareness about this option in education. Local schools participating in this effort follow. Saint Anthony School (N-8) in Nanuet has created and maintains an […]
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 GEORGE J. DACRE – Singersongwriter Joe Crookston at New City Ambulance Corps Building, January 22 at 2 p.m. Produced by Borderline Music Club. Tickets at 845-354-4586. – Kimmy Shwimmy Music at Bryant Park, New York January 21 and 22. Info at www.kidsfoodfestival.com. – “Dial M For Murder” directed by Melinda Pinto opens Friday, January […]