New York -- It has just been confirmed that Micky Dolenz's new single, "Different Drum" -off his just-released "Dolenz Sings Nesmith" album- has moved up to the #1 spot on the Heritage Chart in the United Kingdom. The Heritage chart is hosted by legendary broadcaster Mike Read on Nation Radio UK and is repeated on seven other radio stations in...
The Fourth Annual MvVo Ad Art Show is now underway at the Oculus (WTC).  The extremely popular art exhibition draws large crowds and incredible artists from all over the world. A growing number of people in the art world now recognize world renowned artists such as Warhol and Rosenquist got their start in advertising. Today, we are highlighting one exceptional artist...
World Earth Day is April 22nd, the time which humankind has reckoned, that our place of birth, deserves the praise for its worth. This planet ever so green, with wonders nowhere else could be seen, is where through natural forces, we get life’s resources. From the ocean’s blue, to the lands growing honeydew, is our world that is plentiful, and scenes that are beautiful. And when the world gets the light...
New York native rapper named Earl Simmons, well known as DMX, has passed away at 50 years old, on Friday, 4/9/2021, in White Plains Hospital, NY.  He had been hospitalized for a week on life support. As a NY native also, who had lived some years in the same county, and as a fan: sad sighs were shared of another...
‘M is for Mutz’, ‘N is for No Parking’.  On a recent episode of PBS’s Sesame Street, Conger heads to Fiore’s House of Quality for some delicious mutz after Cookie Monster ate it all up.  They crossed the Hudson in search of mutz for a caprese salad and while intown they learned the careful process of making mozzarella cheese. Watch...
NEWARK, NJ – March 30, 2021 – Newark Symphony Hall (NSH), New Jersey’s largest Black-led arts and entertainment venue, today announced Yendor Theatre Company (YTC) as its first company-in-residence. YTC’s first production with the venue will be Richard Wesley’s “Black Terror,” co-produced by WACO Theater Center, which is based out of Los Angeles’ North Hollywood neighborhood. The production will...
On Women’s History Month, we appreciate females a whole bunch. Praise to the marvel of these beings, whom without: there’s no life and no meanings, no teachings, no feedings, and no feelings. Respect goes to the young gals who are trying to channel, the wise elders who tried to set the example. Acclaim for the aspiring ones who have strived for greatness, and honor to the ones...
I always try to maintain positive vibes, so when the pandemic began and continued, I will admit it was not easy. As a digital creator and visual mind, the museums and interactive events I would normally attend were closed. I realized I had to uncover new ways to support the arts and stay inspired for my well-being, and physical...
Based on the true story of one the most “notorious” unsolved cases in recent American history.  'City of Lies' is a provocative thriller revealing a never seen look at the murder of The Notorious B.I.G., which happened relatively soon after the murder of Tupac.  Johnny Depp plays Russel Poole (Retired LAPD Detective) and Forest Whitacker plays “Jack” Jackson (LA...
It certainly was a Wonferful day at the People to People Food Pantry in Rockland County for Wonder Girls’ monthly Volunteer Day!  A group of volunteers from Wonder Girls, an after-school program for high school girls with a mission to build confidence, leadership, community and business skills, packed bags filled with Goya products to feed thousands of Rockland County...
Schools That Can (STC), a nonprofit organization that aims to close the opportunity and skills gap in urban areas, named the winners of its fifth annual “Design Challenge” on Thursday, Feb. 25. The virtual event allowed six schools representing Newark, NJ, Pittsburgh, PA, and New York City to go head-to-head on innovative design concepts – creating efficient, sustainable layouts...
My Father's Place
The famed music venue My Father’s Place in Roslyn, NY is forever attached to its founding father Michael “Eppy” Epstein. Both, the man and the club, share the limelight of historic proportions in the world of music’s past and present – and the future. The 70s Birthed My Father’s Place The early 70s was all about the music and antiestablishment –...
Robert Miller
Robert Miller is set to release his debut solo album, “Summer of Love (2020),” January 2021 (Cakewalk Records). The leader of the rock-jazz-Latin fusion group Project Grand Slam’s unaccompanied endeavor was birthed out of the pandemic reality of confinement.   
Vic Kastel
Vic Kastel has brought his amazing 1970s music into a new century with his very first album – the critically acclaimed “Time Traveler.” With the aid of analog equipment and musicians, 13 original songs had been recorded in the 70s by the veteran singer and songwriter – yet never circulated before 2020. In a year of pandemic sized madness “Time...
ProudLiving Companies, a New Jersey-based real estate company with a mission of long-term neighborhood revitalization, is partnering with the East Orange Housing Authority (EOHA) and Sierra House for its third annual Toy Drive on Monday, Dec. 21 and Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2020. Given the COVID-19 climate, ProudLiving’s team of volunteers will make contactless deliveries to almost 1,000 pre-registered children and families.  According to ProudLiving President and Founder TJ Caleca,...
Watchung Booksellers will host internationally recognized strategic advisor and coach, Joan Garry, and CBS News Senior National Correspondent, Jim Axelrod, to discuss Garry’s book, “Joan Garry’s Guide to Nonprofit Leadership,” during the virtual event “Evening with the Authors” on Thursday, Jan. 7 at 7 p.m. Sought out by multi-million dollar nonprofits, Garry releases the second edition of her book, “Joan...