Nyc Comedy

25 Mar 19
Kreativ Graphic

Commonly found in public places, this design trend has the ability to capture the imagination and present up where you least expect it. Street art design is a cousin of guerrilla art, thanks to its penchant for raising awareness about various political and social issues, and has gotten more favorite in this unique century. While […]

25 Mar 19
Andre Eger

Rob Gronkowski is retiring from the NFL with his entire NFL career earnings — a reported $54 million, according to Spotrac. He was able to save this nest egg by following a simple money rule: Keeping it simple by saving surplus money. Gronkowski previously told Business Insider he only lived off his endorsement earnings. Gronkowski […]

25 Mar 19
Sudden Denouement Literary Collective

You’re completely disoriented as you run down the steps of the courthouse in Downtown Manhattan. This isn’t exactly your neighborhood, and it’s hard to get your bearings straight at first, but you know you have to move fast and catch a train soon, any train headed Uptown, so you move as quick as you can in dress shoes […]

25 Mar 19
BERKSHIRE ON STAGE

COMPANION PIECE and MEEK – Submission Request for Local and NYC Auditions Denizen Theatre seeks audition reservations for the upcoming regional premiere production of COMPANION PIECE by Kevin Armento, and US premiere production of MEEK by Penelope Skinner. In-person auditions will be held by appointment only- Locally, in New Paltz, NY – Saturday March 30th […]

25 Mar 19
Turtle Tracks Blog

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Season 1, Episode 1 “Turtle Tracks” Air Date: December 14th, 1987 You always hear about films or TV shows knowing what they are. When you watch a particular type of film that places heavy emphasis upon gunplay or snappy dialogue, you hear about how a film knows what it is. Usually […]

25 Mar 19
BYT // Brightest Young Things

We’ve got Harmony Korine screenings, one-liner competitions and more

25 Mar 19
Best New York Comedy

I’m one of the finest ghostwriters in the country; my 20+ books include two New York Times bestsellers, a phenom megaseller that hit #16 on Amazon.com and has sold 295,000 copies to date, and an interview book with legendary author Neil Gaiman that hit #240 on Amazon.com. I’ve also written five Dummies books and a […]

25 Mar 19
Archy news nety

From Broadway to Off Broadway to Off Off Broadway, with neighborhood theater performances in the mix, if it's happening on stage in New York you'll find it on the City Guide calendar. This includes dance, with contemporary performances in places like The Joyce Theater joined by classics like the New York City Ballet. The nature […]

25 Mar 19
watercress words-exploring and sharing the HEART of health

Probably the most common non-practice activity that doctors do is write-like me, and other physician bloggers. Doctors write health and medical books and blogs of course, but they cover other topics too-finances, travel, food, family, parenting, spirituality, fashion. They’ll usually throw in their unique perspective as a physician in approaching these non-medical topics.

25 Mar 19
Business Management

Tonight’s NYC-area shows include Yves Tumor, YoshimiO/Robert A. A. Lowe/Jaap Blonk Quartet, Butterboy Comedy, and more. Continue reading… What’s going on Monday? published first on https://soundwiz.weebly.com/

25 Mar 19
the sruti box

If political comedy is your cup of tea, then Hasan Minhaj’s new Netflix show “Patriot Act” is up your alley. I got to attend the live taping of Season 2 Episode 1 “Censorship in China”, and the season-premiere hype was real! If you’re interested in attending a “Patriot Act” live taping, then you can sign […]

25 Mar 19
The JOE-DOWN

Welcome to the JOE-DOWN, a back-and-forth movie review blog by two snarky newspapermen named Joe from Minnesota, Joe Froemming and Joe Brown. We will take turns selecting a movie — any movie we want — and review it here. For this installment, Froemming picked “Die Hard.” The Movie: “Die Hard” Starring: Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman, Bonnie […]

24 Mar 19
Screen Scholars

So I stacked a lot of female shows together, and probably not enough elsewhere, meaning we could see our final four being bunch-a shows about dudes. That was shortsighted as fighting with your bestie over your strung out (but so handsome, damn) soccer coach. Lend an assist for that goal to see what’s left under […]

24 Mar 19
Cinema Crossroads

After a seemingly interminable wait, the full 2019 TCM Classic Film Festival schedule is live! This year is extra special because it’s the 10th anniversary of the festival and the 25th anniversary of TCM, and the schedule is chock full of amazing options, making it all the more difficult to make decisions. Still, whatever I […]

24 Mar 19
Site Title

          You don’t mess with the Zohan is a 2018 comedy film starring Adam Sandler, it was directed by Dennis Dugan and produced by Adam Sandler. The movie talked about an Israeli soldier who fought against terrorism while being the top in his field of work and being undefeatable. The movie first came out on June […]

24 Mar 19
glamorvox

A conversation with today’s ‘Creators’ Since 2013 social media has been hit with a wave of comedy through short videos from “apps” like Vine Musical.ly. Today, Musical.ly the home of lip-singing and comedic voice overs became Tik Tok, the home of talent and celebrated self-expression all thanks to ByteDance, an internet company dedicated to technological […]

24 Mar 19
Big Apple Reviews

THE LAST Plainview Pictures Reviewed for Shockya.com & BigAppleReviews.net with Rotten Tomatoes link by: Harvey Karten Director: Jeff Lipsky Screenwriter: Jeff Lipsky Cast: Rebecca Schull, Jill Durso, AJ Cedeño, Reed Birney Screened at: Critics’ link, NYC, 3/16/19 Opens: March 29, 2019 Prospective viewers take note. “The Last” features a story that would play better on […]