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STEREOPTIK’s ‘Dark Circus’

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By Ryan Hugh McWilliams Rarely do I have my mind blown, but today I am still putting the pieces back together. Last night I visited HERE Arts Center, a small two theater venue in west […]

The Expanded Unicorn Gratitude Mystery
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The Expanded Unicorn Gratitude Mystery

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By Ryan Hugh McWilliams Sometimes those age-old sayings that everyone repeats ad nauseam actually ring true. The cliché, “Never meet your heroes,” slapped me in the face with disappointment at The Expanded Unicorn Gratitude Mystery […]

George Takei and Jay Kuo, photo by Rahav Segev
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An Evening with George Takei at BAM

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By Shani R. Friedman This past Monday, George Takei sat down for a Q&A on his night off from starring in Stephen Sondheim’s Pacific Overtures at The Classic Stage Company. Described as “America’s favorite uncle” by […]

Paranormal Activity
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The Best Eight Bucks I Ever Spent

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By Landon Evanson There were screams coming from all directions. To my left there was a young woman with her knees tucked to her chest and a jacket pulled over her face hoping that if […]

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Tribeca Film Festival 2017 Celebrates Women

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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 […]

Art Castle’s 'Holidays'
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Art Castle’s Horror ‘Holidays’

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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 […]

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Artist Profile: Faina Lerman at Cave Detroit

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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. […]

Aja
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Fridays Are Finally Fun Again

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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 […]

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“Ohkasoh Nupponk,” Short Film by Sparrowhawk

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Ohkasoh Nupponk By Sparrowhawk SHORT ACTION/ADVENTURE/DRAMA/THRILLER FILM Ohkasoh Nupponk The Storyboard from Ohkasoh Nupponk on Vimeo. A few thousand years ago along the Housatonic River, POMUSHAUMAU KUTCHIKKONKONT, is the best young arrow maker of the […]

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THE HARD NUT – by Mark Morris Dance Group

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Review by Shani R. Friedman The Mark Morris Dance Group and The Hard Nut celebrated 25 years this December with their reimagined version of E.T.A. Hoffman’s story in BAM’s opulent opera house. The original story […]

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THE YEAR(S) OF YES

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  By Tim Realbuto I’ll let you in on a little secret. Writing terrifies me. I never wanted a career in writing. I grew up as a child actor, starting in community theatre when I […]

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National Buffalo Day at the Smithsonian

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This year’s National Bison Day celebration, at the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian in New York, held special significance as Congress passed the National Bison Legacy Act in April, making the Bison the first […]

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Love of the Lens – Brad Rushing

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We chat with TV, video and film cinematographer/DP, Brad Rushing about his loves, passions,  pains and art in the realm of film.   Cinematographer Brad Rushing from Honeysuckle Magazine on Vimeo. bradrushing.com Infrared photography Sam C. Long

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CREATING BACH by Tracy Sydor

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Tracy S. Sydor is an innovative and brilliant photographer/artist. She paints her own backgrounds and designs her own shoots. Here, she talks about one of her latest directions based on the composer Johann Sebastian Bach. […]

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AFROPUNK FEST BROOKLYN

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By: Kareemah Muhammad During the last weekend in August, Brooklyn was filled with laughter, soul and vibes that were contagious at the 2016 Afropunk Festival.  Thousands gathered at this music festival in Brooklyn’s Commodore Barry […]