Having never seen the original film, I cannot say whether the musical is an improvement, but I can say that the show’s flaws prevented me from taking any interest in the
The Latin American Caribbean Studies’ (LACS) yearly gallery, Braceros, a photographic documentation of Mexican migrant laborers expressed through the lens of the Hermanos
89 North, a bar in Patchogue, is typically a music venue built for a fun night out. But on Tuesday evenings and Sunday mornings, its dance floor and black wooden stage
“Sufi Songs of Love by Amir Vahab” transported the audience to the ancient Middle East and gave them a glimpse of the foundations of the culture. The audience was reminded
The Shinnecock Nation celebrated its 72nd annual powwow in the Hamptons with a four-day gathering this Labor Day weekend, that included over a hundred vendors that represented
Long Island-based band, “Final Call,” has released two new singles, “Sloshed” and “Out to Dry” in anticipation of its new EP set to be released this October.
The film “Crazy Rich Asians” is progressive for the East Asian-American community when it comes to representation in Hollywood films, but it isn’t an original storyline in the
With over $50 billion a year in grooming products sales sold in 2016, which includes cosmetics and beauty supplies, men have become an emerging market in the cosmetics and
By expanding our arts section from arts and entertainment to arts and culture we hope to usher in a new era of inclusivity at our newspaper.
Candytopia, a pop-up traveling candy museum in New York City, has landed near Penn Station and is in town until Nov. 15.