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A found life

A found life

admin December 19, 2014 0

From the 1970s Punk scene and SN L to Patti Smith in the “Supermarket,” Gowanus-based mixed media artist Marlene Weisman has found transcendence in everyday objects and experiences By Catherine Gigante-Brown Strolling past the ...

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Brush works

Brush works

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One of the state’s most gifted artists finds her muse in feminism, poetry, and the thrill of travel by Laura Kolnoski Poetry, literature, women’s issues, and even Superstorm Sandy provide inspirations for the diverse, ...

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Now playing

Now playing

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Red Bank’s famed Two River Theater brings drama, comedy and needed business to the New Jersey coast by jennifer vikse Meandering through the streets of Red Bank, among the boutiques and blocks of restaurants, ...

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Moveable feast

Moveable feast

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PERENN IAL HOLIDAY INSTITUTION THE NUTCR ACKER comes TO THE CO UNT BASIE THEATRE by Brendan Fitzgibbons It’s easy to forget that The Nutcracker, though now unquestionably the piece of classical music most closely ...

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Dinner theater redux

Dinner theater redux

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Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Gardens teams with Harbor Lights Theater Company and Celebrate at Snug Harbor to present the ultimate date night or brunch event By JENNIFER VIKSE Dinner and a show ...

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Ready For our Close-Up

Ready For our Close-Up

admin December 14, 2014 0

An Ex-cop-turned-movie-star brings Staten Island to the big screen in the romantic comedy The Networker By Catie Curatolo When Harry Met Sally. How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days. Annie Hall: all romantic ...

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“Axe” the experts

“Axe” the experts

admin December 11, 2014 0

Liberty science center presents a unique exhibit devoted to the art, science, and mystery of the guitar by Jessica Jones-Gorman Frequent visitors to the Liberty Science Center in Liberty State Park might have passed ...

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Dear as Folk

Dear as Folk

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A Columbia Waterfront husband-and-wife team combine inebriation and education, with folk music as the focus by Brendan Fitzgibbons The idea of the Brooklyn music scene being an incubator of traditional folk music seems to ...

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Engine of inspiration

Engine of inspiration

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A successful automobile dealer is mixing business savvy with a lifelong love of art to create an eclectic gallery in Red Bank by Laura D.C. Kolnoski • Photos by Amessé Photography In 1973, Red ...

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Double life

Double life

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Whether he picks up a paintbrush or script, Federico Castelluccio remains an artist at work by Laura Kolnoski Federico Castelluccio leads a double life. Accomplished in two artistic worlds, many know him from his ...

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Set in His Ways

Set in His Ways

Industry Magazine October 14, 2014 0

WINDSOR TERRACE’S TONY AWARD-NOMINATED SET DESIGNER JULIAN CROUCH, ON BRINGING HIS MAGICAL AND MACABRE BRIT-BORN PUPPET PRINCIPLES ACROSS THE POND by Catherine Gigante-Brown Peppering the Windsor terrace home designer, director, writer, and teacher Julian ...

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