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Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016

The Play’s the Thing

One man’s mission to bring Bayside culture

I’m over at Donovan’s off Bell Boulevard, enjoying a Malbec and burger and good conversation with Gregg P. Sullivan and an intriguing woman of mystery who must for now remain nameless. We’re talking about the way Bayside used to be and what it will take to revitalize it. And if anyone can do it, Sullivan is the man. Comments (5)

Friday, Sept. 23, 2016

Astoria

A season on screen at the Museum of the Moving Image

It’s a busy fall season at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, featuring a tribute to one of the greatest American actors of his generation, a retrospective of the work of a director who ruled the art houses in the 1990s and a web-based, interactive exhibition that gives viewers a look at how American presidential candidates have been marketed to the public for the past 60 years. Comment

Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016

Flushing

A little bit of Spanish Harlem comes to Flushing Town Hall

Back in the 1960s, a sound known as the Latin Boogaloo became prominent on the music scene. Following in the footsteps of the bossa nova and incorporating touches of R&B, mambo and a Cuban genre called son montuno, this modern style of samba originated in New York City, where it was primarily popular among Cuban and Puerto Rican teenagers. Songs were performed in both English and Spanish. Comments (1)
Theater

‘Wait Until Dark’ delivers suspense, scares

Following its stellar version of the Broadway muscial “La Cage aux Folles,” Rockaway Theatre Company has changed gears considerably with its new production, the well-known Frederick Knott drama “Wait Until Dark.” A popular movie version of play, starring Audrey Hepburn and Alan Arkin, scared the beejusus out of audiences back in the 1960s. This new stage version makes a strong effort to do the the same for today’s audience. Comment

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