August 14th, 2016
Times Square New York City
To create an informed and interactive approach to environmental issues.
· To point up the problems, discuss the solutions, mobilize action and praise the achievements of those who are successfully addressing the issues;
· To promote awareness of urban and global environmental issues, i.e. clean energy and climate change;
· To showcase products, services, technology, programs and research that can make our lives more environmentally friendly;
· To provide environmental groups with space and opportunity to gain members and volunteers, while presenting their message to the general public;
· To provide the public with opportunities to get actively involved by joining and volunteering with environmental groups and learning how … [Continue reading...]
Forever Ray has been performing to sell-out audiences throughout the New York Metropolitan area. They perform the exciting and uplifting music of Ray Charles, which includes a wonderful blend of musical styles ranging from Jazz and Blues to Country and R&B. Members of Forever Ray have performed or recorded with Ray Charles, Alicia Keys, Bruce Springsteen, Rod Stewart, Prince,
Stevie Wonder and Christina Aguilera to name a few. … [Continue reading...]
The Sloop and what it stands for has helped keep the Hudson clean.
Good News is proud to serve in the advisory committee for years and support Pete Seeger and the dedicated followers We love and loved Pete. … [Continue reading...]
Vigil For Peace and Ecology - Hula Hoop Ladies share their talent with the performers for the up-coming September 18th event in the Band shell in Central Park, NYC. We all will be celebrating the International Day of Peace. … [Continue reading...]
Centoluci, 1928. Glitterati, movie stars, international press and teeming well-wishers descend on the tiny Alpine principality for the wedding of the decade. Suppressing all detractors, Centoluci has just restored its monarchy in a bold move to reinvent itself as the world's most glamorous destination, boosting its global profile and generating investment; and now, forging a link with her moneyed American family, the beautiful Constance Nielsen is chosen as the perfect bride of Crown Prince Cedric. [PERFECT]
1969. The former Private Secretary to Princess Constance, Artu Gualtieri, has passed away. His grandson, Marcello, discovers that his inheritance has been whittled away for forty years by a standing order payment that his grandfather made to a music teacher on a … [Continue reading...]
Some of New York’s Most Legendary Emcees
Return to the Apollo Stage for an Epic One Night Concert
Friday, August 5, 2016 – 8 p.m.
Tickets Go on Sale on Friday, July 8 at 10 a.m.
New York, NY, June 29, 2016 –The Apollo Theater announced today that it will present The Originals: DMX featuring N.O.R.E., Jim Jones Jadakiss & friends with DJ Scram Jones, an epic hip-hop concert featuring some of New York’s most legendary emcees - on Friday, August 5, at 8 p.m. The show will see the Theater return to its hip-hop roots. This one night only concert will see the iconic Theater returning to its hip-hop roots with all of the artists in the show having performed on the Apollo stage early in their careers and throughout.
Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, July 8, … [Continue reading...]
Funk up your moves & learn to shimmy with the Indiggo Twins
Every Friday 6:30 pm @ Stepping out Dance Studios, INDIGGO TWINS will be teaching HIP HOP BELLY DANCE – a special dance class combining hip hop elements (grooving, bouncing, popping, locking) with belly dance movement (undulations, shimmying, drops, lifts, twists, circles.) Great for hips, torso and abdominal articulation, building of graceful arms and sexy lean legs while learning a fun upbeat artistic dance routine. Best students will have the chance to perform as dancers in WICKED CLONE The Musical off Broadway.
INDIGGO TWINS are professional actors, dancers, choreographers, singers/songwriters featured and credited on Jay-Z & Kanye West's multi-platinum and 4 times Grammy award-winning album WATCH THE THRONE.
Starting June … [Continue reading...]
Ken Giustino is the Producer of the Montauk Music Festival: Ken has been a member of the Montauk community for over 15 years, and a visitor for many years prior to making Montauk his home. In 2000 he started the Montauk Sun Newspaper and has been an active community member ever since; he is a familiar friendly face around town.
Here is the background on the festival. Ken is such a humble man that Good News never got to interview him, as he wanted us to interview the participants first. I must add, it was also an honor for me, Reverend Paul Sladkus to officiate his wedding some years ago, what a great couple.
Seven years ago Ken brought to life a vision he had thought about for a while; a music festival to showcase some of the east ends amazingly talented musicians along with … [Continue reading...]
You are cordially invited to The Music & Art/LaGuardia Gospel Chorus Alumni Concert! This historic event takes place where it all began — the original location of The High School of Music & Art. Come celebrate the talent and greatness of the Gospel Chorus and all who have contributed. The concert will feature singers and musicians who were part of the Music & Art/LaGuardia Gospel Chorus in the 70s-90s.
Come celebrate the talent and greatness of the Gospel Chorus and all who have contributed. The concert will feature singers and musicians who were part of the Music & Art/LaGuardia Gospel Chorus in the 70s-90s. … [Continue reading...]
Sejong Soloists is named after the 15th century Korean Emperor, Sejong the Great, known for his contribution to the arts. Sunday, May 1, 2016 at the Lincoln Center Rose Building three Sejong Soloists - Suliman Tekalli (Violin) Jung Yeon Kim, (Viola) and James Jeonghwan Kim (Cello) gave amazing performances of Franz Schubert, Krzysztof Pendeecki, Johann Sebastian Bach and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Franz Schubert’s March Militaire played by Violinist Suliman Tekalli was beautiful. Mr. Tekalli’s career spans a wide range of activities from concerto soloist to chamber musician. He was top prize winner at the Seoul International Music Competition in Korea as well as first prize winner in the Blount National String Competitions. He began his studies in violin at the age of three in his … [Continue reading...]
THE DOUGLAS WATT FAMILY FUND FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS HONORED
Patricia Watt (Executive Director, The Fred & Adele Astaire Awards)
Jessica Zippin (Dance Therapist, The Douglas Watt Family Fund for the Performing Arts & Associate Producer of the Fred & Adele Astaire Awards)
Judith Jamison (Artistic Director Emerita at Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater & Astaire Award winner of Douglas Watt Lifetime Achievement Award)
Nigel Lythgoe (Creator & Executive Director of So You Think You Can Dance & Astaire Award winner of Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Dance Award)
Maurice Hines (Actor, Director, Jazz singer and Choreographer & Astaire Award winner of Outstanding Body of Work in Dance Award)
Dr. Joan Fallon … [Continue reading...]
This Sunday, May 15 at 4 p.m. at the Baruch Performing Arts Center
24th St. at Lexington Ave., NYC
Gracias to our Wine Sponsor: Casa de Vinos thru the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce!!
TIX: 1-866-811-4111 or online: Click on this link!
As a special offer to Cristina Fontanelli's email list Fans;
Use code "NAFE" for $5.00 off per ticket!
CELEBRATE THE WORLD THRU MUSIC AND WINE! THIS SUNDAY AT BARUCH COLLEGE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, NYC!
Meet the Cast!
Read Press Release here!
and listen to NYC radio icon Valerie Smaldone's recent Podcast with Cristina!
Join Cristina and her wonderful cast on Sunday! Arrigato! Grazie! Danke! Shay Shay! Gracias! Spasebo!
Tix: … [Continue reading...]
Announcing the 2016 Lineup for the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival at the Prospect Park Bandshell
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings kick it all off, pop/R&B sensation Andra Day brings us home, and, in between, performances from Jon Batiste, Carla Morrison, Femi Kuti, Dr. Dog, Violent Femmes, Angélique Kidjo, Josh Ritter, and many, many more will surprise and delight.
Check out the full 2016 lineup on our NEW website and start planning your summer today!
See you #AtTheBandshell.
Spend your summer with us!
We are looking for friendly, professional, hardworking volunteers to join us at the Bandshell this summer at the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival.
Sign up today! … [Continue reading...]
Pacific Rim Business Council
Holmes H. Stoner Jr.
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East Tower North
Marina del Rey, Ca. 90292
office 310 301 8090 mobile 310 437 9084
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www.pacrimbusiness.com … [Continue reading...]
Mulan, from China, create a Peace Sign Drum Circle and perform in tribute to the International Day of Peace in the broadcast for www.peacedayparty.org September 21.
Mulan is bringing Peace, Harmony, Love and Joy to the World
Good News needs your help for the www.peacedayparty.org events for September 21, 2015. Please go to the website and participate, with your help we can get the whole world to celebrate International Peace Day. Zhen Joy Lin Dame of St. John of Jerusalem and president of World Water Rescue Foundation and Vice President of Good News Broad Cast was invited to watch Red Poppy Ladies' production of Mulan which was invited to perform at three Olympic Games( Beijing, London and Athens) and Washington DC Kennedy Art Center, Sydney Opera House and Broad show last year and … [Continue reading...]
BROOKLYN, NY, April 26, 2016: Today, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams announced that he will host a celebration of Prince, the global music icon who passed away last week at the age of 57, this Friday at Fort Greene Park. The salute, organized in partnership with NYC Parks, Fort Greene Conservancy, and Council Member Laurie A. Cumbo, will begin at 5:00 PM with a concert of DJs playing three hours of his music, followed by a screening of his cult classic film “Purple Rain” at 8:00 PM. Borough President Adams spoke about the borough’s love for the entertainment legend and his hope that the gathering would give Brooklynites an opportunity to connect in their mutual fandom.
“‘If you feel like dancing’ and ‘u got the look,’ join me at Fort Greene Park as we celebrate the life and … [Continue reading...]
Saturday April 16, 8pm
PEOPLES’ VOICE CAFE
at Community Church
40 E 35th (near Park), NYC
contribution $18, subscribers $10, no one turned away
Ivice, Barry Kornhauser, Ellen Davidson, Gina Tlamsa & Sharon Abreu augmented by Dave Tarlo, Rick Ulfik, Laura Liben, Chris Owens & Paul Stein
Mercy Van Vlack, DuPree, Joel Landy, Liz Zelvin, Laura Warfield, Jenny Hurwitz and Talbot Katz, Julie Weiner, NYC Street Singers, and Marie Mularczyk O'Connell, Doreen D’Amico and Kathy Devine
More information, plus photos, coming soon! … [Continue reading...]
The two organizations will continue to produce contemporary opera in Harlem; New York Premiere of We Shall Not Be Moved set for 2017
Wednesday, March 30, 2016 - With the historic New York premiere of Charlie Parker’s YARDBIRD just days away, The Apollo Theater and Opera Philadelphia today announced a multi-year partnership that will continue the staging of contemporary operas at the Apollo in future seasons. The next co-production between the two institutions will be the New York premiere of We Shall Not Be Moved, set for the fall of 2017.
This weekend’s performances of the acclaimed YARDBIRD, by composer Daniel Schnyder and librettist Bridgette A. Wimberly, marks the first time the Apollo Theater will present opera on its stage as well as the first time Opera Philadelphia will … [Continue reading...]