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November 8, 2013

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Theatrical Storytelling Takes Audiences Back To 17th Century Japan

LA-based pianist Erika Tazawa and NY-based actress Mari Yamamoto will be presenting their collaborative work, “An Untitled Tale” as part of a night of musical performances by Ms. Tazawa. The duo will premier in New York with a follow-up show in Los Angeles.

Entertainers, Interviews

We Are Samurai is a Compelling and Immersive Theatrical Experience

We Are Samurai, the immersive new play written by Daria Miyeko Marinelli and directed by Ria T. DiLullo, features a hardworking cast and two of the creepiest, most mesmerizing dead cats in recent memory.

Reviews, Theatre
the stars of the skype show at the new york city (NYC) fringe festival

Fringe NYC Review: The Skype Show or See You in August

The Skype Show is a promising new play about a couple (who are also bandmates) dealing with their relationship after one of them is forced to leave the country due to visa issues.

Reviews, Theatre

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A Photoshoot With Jack

"The model and the photographer have a very special relationship where the photo shoot is like sex."

Commentary, Culture, Style
Jordan eagles HEMOGLYPHS--SOLO EXHIBITION, Brooklyn New York, painting

Art News: Jordan Eagles’ HEMOGLYPHS

This exhibition proposes a visual language based on metaphysical and corporal meanings and multi-panel arrangements using blood as the primary medium.

Art, Art News

Bill Grundfest | A Writer’s Writer, A Comic, An Architect of Talent

Bill Grundfest’s sensibility is unique, defiant and courageous. Golden Globe Winner, 3-time Emmy nominee, writer, producer, director, he's a fusion of impeccably timed wit, salient intelligence and kindness.

Interviews, Writers

ArtPrize: The Radically Open American Art Competition

This art show that will no doubt captivate the thousands who will attend the event in Michigan. The contest offers the world's largest art prize $250,000!

Art, Art News
man playing trumpet in Madison Square park, New York City

The Artist or the Art?

NYC is full of art, and it’s also full of advertisements. On the sides of buses, guts of subway trains, the city finds a million ways to talk to us about art.

Art, Commentary, Culture

Ballad of the Manhattan Man: Late 20’s to Till Death(?) Do Us Part

PART 2: The Manhattan Man plunges head first into the life of a white collar bachelor in the city.

Commentary, Culture

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