In this week’s installment, intuitive Bill Hobart talks about positive affirmations. Basically, if you ask for it, get ready to receive. Thanks, Bill!
By Landon Evanson The authenticity surrounding the bulk of the on-screen events presented in The Fourth Kind have been, to steal one from Dana Scully, debunked. Compelling though as they were, lead actress Milla Jovovich […]
Kasey Williams is a New York based actress and a singer-songwriter who was born and raised in East Tennessee. We recently heard her emotional and soul-felt performance at Rockwood Music Hall, NYC and were thus unsurprised by […]
We recently met Bryan Colin of Virtual Apt at a tech event in NYC. We were blown away by VirtualAPT, who build mobile supercomputers that travel autonomously through a space while capturing 4K content in 360 […]
Review by Dorri Olds Tribeca Film Festival’s feature narrative, One Percent More Humid, premiered last night in Chelsea at the SVA Theater. The haunting coming-of-age story centers on two childhood friends on a break from […]
By M. J. Moore Disillusion. Confusion. Inexplicable grief. All three leitmotifs dominate All Thy Conquests by London-born Alfred Hayes, who became a naturalized American and whose poems, novels, and screenplays retain their power. Although now out […]
The 2017 Tribeca Film Festival begins Wednesday, April 19 and runs through Sunday, April 30. This is the 16th year of awe-inspiring offerings. Many thanks go to co-founders Jane Rosenthal and Robert De Niro for […]
Sometimes when we struggle, the universe is trying to gets to listen, to change…most of us don’t. Listen! Bill Hobart Intuitive Sundays. Happy Easter!
By Landon Evanson Horror anthologies can prove a risky endeavor for various reasons, not the least of which would be the fact that Creepshow (1982) and Trick ‘r Treat (2007) exist. However, that doesn’t mean […]
By My Myriad Muse Faina Markovnan Lerman, painter/performance artist will present Family Album at Cave Detroit on April 14 with an opening reception from 6-9pm. This is her first exhibition after a 4 year hiatus. […]
In our second segment of The Magic Behind the Indie Press with Instar Books, author Jonathan Reiss discusses his heart-shattering first novel Getting Off. Instar Books founder Jeanne Thornton describes it as, “about a young aspiring actor who ends […]
In this two-part installment of The Magic Behind the Indie Press, we meet Jeanne Thornton, founder of Instar Books. Jeanne discusses the magic behind the ‘creative chaos of the industry,’ and introduces an excerpt of […]
In this episode of “Reggie Wignutz Tripping Over Time,” Reggie relates how he communicates with E.T.’s – and also what happened when he returned to Earth. http://www.reggiewingnutz.com/
April Showers Bring May Flowers with Bill! Welcome to our weekly video with Bill, of Bill Hobart Intuitive. Bill was born knowing things others don’t. For over 25 years people have been looking to him […]
Astrology with an edge. We’re happy to announce our new columnist, astrologer Brittany Goss of Rebel Astrology, who will write an advice column for us, “Dear Rebel.” Brittany will use astrology to help Honeysuckle readers […]
By Ryan Hugh McWilliams When it was announced that RuPaul’s Drag Race would move from Logo to VH1 and from Wednesday nights to the TV graveyard shift of Friday night, people wondered if the switch […]