2017 Tribeca Film Festival Coverage: Shadowman Review: From the Dark to the Light
May19

2017 Tribeca Film Festival Coverage: Shadowman Review: From the Dark to the Light

New York City’s prime time for street art began in the early ‘80s all over the gritty streets of the concrete jungle. Street artists, like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring became NY legends, thanks to Andy Warhol and a mix of heroin, AIDS, and eventually death. One artist, however, became successful while still alive and made a come back to the art world of the Lower East Side. “Shadowman,” a part of this year’s Tribeca...

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10 Things True New Yorkers Do
May19

10 Things True New Yorkers Do

Like Frank Sinatra said in his famous track, “I want to be a part of it: New York, New York. If I can make it there, I’m gonna make it anywhere, it’s up to you, New York, New York.” These famous lines stick with every new transplant and Martin Scorsese fan, who moves to the Big Apple to become a “someone.” But when do you know you can consider yourself a true New Yorker? The natives and transplants of the concrete jungle...

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Inferno Review: Not Better Than the Book
Dec01

Inferno Review: Not Better Than the Book

Film director Ron Howard’s latest movie “Inferno” did not live up to expectations. It’s better kept in its written version. “Inferno,” the third book of Dan Brown’s fictional book series, is much like his previous two films “The DaVinci Code” and “Angels & Demons..” Tom Hanks plays the lead, Yale professor and “symbologist” Robert Langdon, who is forced to solve puzzles and conspiracy theories, as well as save mankind from a...

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