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June: On the Big Screen
By Pat Collins
Now Playing In A Theater Near You, The Movies You Don't Want To Miss...
June: Broadway Review with Pat Collins
By Pat Collins
On or Off Broadway, reviews of the best plays and musical theater...
Pat Collins' Picks Of Home Entertainment Releases
By Pat Collins
Coming Soon To A Television Near You...
Marvelous Marvin Hamlisch
By Barbara Carole Sickmen
There I was at the Friars Club, face to face with Marvelous Marvin Hamlisch, the composer my mother always believed her lyricist daughter should be working with. After a brief and cordial chat about Sag Harbor, the New York Yankees, and A Chorus Line, I found the courage to tell him...
RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World
By Richie Realms
Many artists and musical forms played a role in the creation of rock, but arguably no single piece of music was more influential than the 1958 instrumental “Rumble” by American Indian rock guitarist and singer/songwriter Link Wray...
By Miki Makrillos
Make an unforgettable splash this summer with these figure flattering swimsuits. Simple solids and statement prints will make an impression on the beach or by the poolside. Stylish, coordinating cover-ups add the finishing touch for a polished swimwear ensemble...
Cool Tips For Hot Styles
By Lori Simmons Zelenko
With the arrival of warm, humid days, it’s time to take extra special care of your hair. Between sun and surf at the beach and wind and grit in the city, our hair is taking a beating this season. With this in mind, we caught up with uber colorist Beth Minardi at the Samuel Shriqui Salon who has the...
Saving Summer Skin
By Ruth J. Katz
In much the same way a real estate agent will intone the axiom “location, location, location,” Dr. Norman Rowe, an Upper East Side, board-certificated plastic surgeon, admonishes, “hydration, hydration, hydration.”...
By Griffin Miller
Then the local weather report hovers over the three S’s: Sweltering, Sticky, and Sunscreen at the same time obligations dictate urban over beachfront, the in-a-nutshell solution is, quite simply, spa “therapy.” ...
Fresh & Tasty Summer Produce
By Shari Bilt Boockvar, MS, RDN
I love summer! It’s the time to be outdoors and enjoy the warm weather. For me, this is also the time for the freshest seasonal produce. Summer is also prime time for quick, easy meals as well as on the grill. Eating the “Rainbow” is so easy with the abundance of choices...
Reading Is Good Medicine
By Karen Jacobs, OT, OTR, EdD, CPE, FAOTA
His second-grade class is working on a reading activity, but 8-year-old Seth*, wearing a white dunce cap, sits on a stool in the corner of the room staring at the wall. He’s holding back tears. His teacher punished him for refusing to read Dick and Jane. Seth tried to read, but the letters...
A Bit Of Country Within The City
By Clint Brownfield
Let’s face it, this Spring had its fits and starts, with unseasonable cool temperatures masking the weather maps. Hopefully by the time you read this, ‘normal’ June weather will be ushering us New Yorkers into a much-welcomed Summer of sun and fun...
The Hamptons Pet Set
By Lori Zelenko and Susan Traub
Heading out to The Hamptons with your pet? With sand and sea on our minds, we wanted to share practical and personal tips for a happy and healthy summer vacation in The Hamptons. Whether it’s for a weekend, a few weeks, or the entire season, here’s the scoop on how to maximize...
It takes a ton of motivation and consistent perseverance to be a successful brand in the city, especially in such competitive industries like fashion and TV. But that didn’t faze the Shalotsky sisters originally from New Jersey who went after exactly what they wanted when they wanted it - and got it...
My New York Story
Julie Menin, Media & Entertainment Commissioner
I have been New York’s Media & Entertainment Commissioner for a little more than a year and it has been action packed. Looking back on the whirlwind of activity, I could not be more proud of all that our office has accomplished...
15 Minutes With Beth Leavel
Beth Leavel has been entertaining Broadway audiences for over three decades, performing in a long list of shows including 42nd Street, Crazy For You, Show Boat, Mamma Mia!, and The Drowsy Chaperone, for which she won a Tony Award for her role as Beatrice Stockwell. Now she’s bringing her extensive...
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