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Tuesday December 12th 2017

‘Dinning & Night Life’ Archives

The Little Mermaid: A Broadway Musical for All Ages

The Little Mermaid: A Broadway Musical for All Ages

If you are familiar with the tale of The Little Mermaid, then you know it takes a room full of visionaries to pull it off on Broadway!  In fact, a team of theater artists from around the world gathered along with world-renowned director Francesca Zambello to bring the musical to life. The Little Mermaid opened on Broadway January 10th [...]

First Sunday: Amidst Laughs, Important Lessons Are Learned

First Sunday: Amidst Laughs, Important Lessons Are Learned

On the surface, First Sunday may look like your average typical urban flick, but at the core of this movie lies lessons we can all learn from. Somewhere between Friday and Are We There Yet, things began to progress not only in Ice Cube’s career but also in the film industry.  While big things are happening for Ice Cube and his [...]

Gossaye Rocks New York City!

Gossaye Rocks New York City!

Despite the cold weather and strong winds, fans of Gossaye stood on line to see ‘the Golden Voice of Ethiopia’ perform at SOB’s.  Gossaye, who is on a 10 U.S. City tour and had just finished performing at Dallas Texas on New Year’s Eve, sang for a live New York City audience.  The crowd at SOB’s cheered when Gossaye took the [...]

IdanRaichel Project performs in NY and NJ

IdanRaichel Project performs in NY and NJ

The Israel-based Idan Raichel Project makes a stop in our area on November 11th and November 19th.  Singing in English, Hebrew, Arabic and Amharic, this group is a beautiful blend of Middle Eastern and Ethiopian sounds. The Multi-Platinum selling group-with about 70 musicians as members-will bring there message of love and tolerance to [...]

Derege’s Album Release Party in NYC

Derege’s Album Release Party in NYC

“This is not looking good.”  That is what I was said to myself when I arrived at the venue in which Derege Degefaw album release party was to take place.  I mean, it was close to 1 a.m. and there were only a hand full of individuals present.  So, I was doubtful of a positive turnout, not to mention organizers had to switch the place [...]

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