THE STATE-OF-THE-ART EVENT CENTER IN THE HAMPTONS
Long Island’s premier multimedia production and event venue is East Hampton Studio! Owner Michael Wudyka recently partnered with top event companies to offer the best all-in-one production services from leaders in the industry including: Empire Entertainment Incorporated, industry leader in promoting and producing headline concerts and events; BML Blackbird, full-service lighting video production service company; Ocean Productions, in-house production management and state-of-the-art sound service experts; Carlyle Off The Green, the premier caterer on Long Island; WVVH-TV Hamptons Television, reaching five million homes from New York to Montauk; Splashlight, top video and photography production services; In The Mixx, in-house TV and web … [Continue reading...]
It's our 20th birthday and the party's at your place . . .
The first Virtual Conference with BK writers who are
Changing the World One Book At a Time
Exchange ideas with 31 of our bestselling, up-and-coming, and most provocative authors, in five days of learning and dialogue you can join online.
When: July 16-20, 2012
Where: Your desk, your armchair, the subway, the beach--wherever you want to be!
CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE NOW! … [Continue reading...]
The first time I heard Donna Summer I was living in Utah. We stopped by Al's cousin's house. She played "Love To Love You Baby".
I hated it.
I had to.
Back when rock still mattered, disco sucked.
Which makes it hard to explain why I loved Prince's "Dirty Mind", but before that, I ended up doing legal work for writers on Donna's "Bad Girls" album.
It was my first job in the legal business. These musicians were flustered. Donna had fired everybody, and in the process, their royalties stopped. The Bogarts were out, her affairs were a mess, and they didn't want to say a single negative word about their boss, but they needed the money, they wanted the money, because even if you have just a piece of a song on "Bad Girls"...it's a lot of bread.
And one day one of these guys delivered the … [Continue reading...]
In order to promote environmental protection and ecological awareness, the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York (TECO-NY) will hold a film series featuring six new ecological and environmental documentaries from Taiwan from June 1st-22nd, 2012.
These films highlight some recent initiatives in Taiwan towards making a more sustainable and environmentally friendly society. Megastructures: EcoARK (6/1 18:30 p.m.), produced in cooperation with National Geographic Channels, chronicles the construction of the spectacular green exposition hall for the 2011 Taipei International Floral Expo using 1.5 million recycled PET bottles. The project was among 12 finalists for the Wall Street Journal's 2011 Asia Innovation Awards. Trash to Treasure and Super Solar Yacht (6/8 18:30 p.m.), both … [Continue reading...]
Amateur Night Goes To London Semi-Finals on May 23rd
A few months ago the Apollo Theater announced their partnership with Hackney Empire in London. There were a few different steps involved in the process. Auditions were held at the Theater on March 31st and April 1st respectively. Performers chosen from that audition will now compete in a special Amateur Night on May 23rd and the audience for that show will choose the lucky winners who get to travel (all expenses paid) to London to compete against the Hackney Empire's talent in July. … [Continue reading...]
New & final deadline, 4-22. There are a few more days to register to Exhibit art &/or perform at our May 18-20th Midtown Arts Festival. We will secure you venues; you need not reside in Hell's Kitchen! Do so HERE. Also: want to publish your art &/or writing in a great Arts & Cultural Magazine? You also have until Sunday, do so HERE.
Vid from GoodNewsPlanet is going to be there, showing and creating new art work.
Free copy of "AtTheEdge" + original art when you join us. Entertain at Free parties, 6 over 3 nights/30 hours, follow map for art in homes, biz, galleries, live outdoors, group shows...12-6 PM Sat/Sunday. Want to perform in a video sent to numerous major & more emerging media & TV outlets?
We have an immediate opening for a Director of Photography & … [Continue reading...]
Award-winning artist Felipe Galindo-Feggo presents his new cartoon collection: No Man Is a Desert Island
Artist Reception and Book Signing: Friday, May 25, 6-9pm. Exhibition Dates: May 25 – June 30, 2012. Mark Miller Gallery, 92 Orchard Street, New York NY 10002. Tel. 212-253-9479. Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 12-6pm. Free and open to the public.
Felipe Galindo presents “No Man Is a Desert Island”, an exhibition of cartoons from the newly released book of the same title. An artist’s reception will be held on Friday May 25th, from 6-9 pm. Books will be available for purchase and signing. The exhibition features a selection of approximately 50 small-scale humorous drawings created in watercolor and ink on paper and in digital media. These works were published in numerous magazines, books … [Continue reading...]
Don't Miss Out - Get Your Tickets Today
for Saturday's "Taste of New Orleans" Cocktail Party at Solé East!
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You don't want to miss Montauk's first social event of the season!
Catch up with your friends and neighbors Saturday night (7-10pm)
at Solé East Resort on Second House Road and show your support
for the Montauk Playhouse Community Center Foundation.
"A Taste of New Orleans" Cocktail Party
CRAWFISH BOIL - FLYING BUFFET - HURRICANE COCKTAILS - WINE - BEER
LIVE MUSIC BY DR. ZSA'S POWDERED ZYDECO BAND
Avoid lines at the door and get your tickets TODAY by clicking the blue link above, which will take you right to the MPCCF event ticket page - in one minute, you'll have your tickets - that was easy!
Tickets are $50 per person.
Tickets are also available by phone at … [Continue reading...]
All summer … Beginning tonight… Alex sings at Axia in Tenafly. She’ll be there EVERY Tuesday from 8-11… the address is 18 Piermont Road… Tenafly, NJ
This Thursday May 17th she’s performing at The Turning Point in Piermont, NY… she’s singing with Billy Procida and The Notorious Baker Brothers… it’s a fundraiser for the Sparkhill Creek Alliance… doors open at 7pm and show starts at 8pm… you can go to www.turningpointcafe.com for more information
Beginning Monday May 21st… catch her at Ayza Wine and Chocolate Bar… MIDTOWN… at 11 West 31st Street… for the summer the location changes from the West Village
June 14th Alex at Wolffer Estate Vineyard in the Hamptons … for Twilight Thursday…. 5pm-8pm …. 139 Sagg Road in Sagaponack, NY
More to come… including more weekday venues and a … [Continue reading...]
What: Live CD Recording by Pianist David Benoit in Famed Steinway Hall
When: Sunday January 22, 2012 Press Check in: 12.00 noon
Where: Steinway Hall, 109 West 57th Street NYC
For the first time in its ninety year history, legendary Steinway Hall will be used to record a CD. On Sunday January 22, Jazz great David Benoit will record all of the tracks for his new CD in Steinway Hall’s Rotunda. The piano Benoit has chosen to play is one that has previously housed at Avery Fisher Hall and was favored by classical heavyweights Emanuel Ax , Yefim Bronfman and Lang Lang.
Since 1977, David Benoit’s expansive career as a contemporary jazz pianist has included over 25 solo recordings. Among his ‘80s releases, This … [Continue reading...]
Byron Janis is welcomed to the distinguished family of Yamaha Artists. We celebrate his appointment as the first Presidential Advisor to the Yamaha Music and Wellness Institute with a Good News concert. What beautiful music, piano and pianist - thanks Mr. Janis.
Mr. Janis will perform a brief program on the Yamaha Disklavier CFX Piano, including two songs by Mr. Janis sung by Robert Cuccioli. The performance will be streamed live to connected Disklavier Pianos nationally, using Yamaha’s groundbreaking RemoteL ive technology. This historic occasion will also be webcast live at 4wrd.it/yasilive.
We speak to Mr. Janus’s wife Maria Cooper. Yamaha’s Bonnie Barrett and Barry Bittman, MD., share the Good News that Yamaha is doing. What a great opportunity for humankind. Go to: … [Continue reading...]
Motto: “MEGU continuously strives to leave a memorable impression by welcoming, serving and thanking each guest with the utmost genuine and personalized hospitality.”
Philosophy: Meaning “blessing” in Japanese, MEGU presents modern Japanese cuisine, sushi, and sumibi aburiyaki—a grilling technique using bincho-tan, a special charcoal found only near Kyoto and prized for its superior purifying properties. MEGU is a brand and an image of high quality environment that delivers the quality of exceptional things: outstanding food, brilliant design and first class service. MEGU is a harmony of all the finest and rarest ingredients found from around the world. Both MEGU’s menu and design concept are a blend of traditional and modern Japanese times. Authentic and avant-garde ingredients are … [Continue reading...]
THE ARTS STUDENTS LEAGUE
SHOWS THE PROCESS OF CREATING
2nd Annual M2M (MODEL TO MONUMENT) Program
Will Install Seven Monumental Sculptures In City Parks Next Month
Excellent visuals as international artists pound, hammer, bend, grind, and weld to complete large-scale sculptures. The works will be unveiled in Riverside Park South in June. The sculptures are part of the M2M program, a partnership between the Art Students League of New York and the NYC Parks Department.
M2M Sculptors Damien Armando Vera and HakSul Lee from the Art Students League of New York and League Executive Director Ira Goldberg
Thursday, May 17th 9am-10am
Serett MetalWorks Corp., 55 9th Street, Building 61, Brooklyn
Take the F or G trains to the Carroll stop and walk … [Continue reading...]
CELEBRATE MOTHER’S DAY MAY 13 AT 8PM WITH COMEDIAN TOM DREESEN IN HIS SPECTACULAR SHOW:
An Evening of Laughter & Storytelling of Sinatra
In this unforgettable performance, comedian Tom Dreesen will take you from his childhood of shining shoes in bars in his hometown of Harvey, Illinois, hearing Sinatra on the jukebox to one day touring the nation as his opening act, flying in his private jet all over the country and staying up with Frank till dawn, night after night. He takes you to Frank's last performance and the last song he ever sang, and then to his last days on earth. Dreesen was a pall bearer, as well as speaker, at his friend's funeral.
Dreesen's keen insight to arguably the greatest career show business has ever known, and the lessons he learned from the legendary star, … [Continue reading...]
May 12-13: Save the date for a special weekend of events at Stone Barns Center!
Saturday, May 12 at 3:00 PM
Symphony of the Soil Film Screening and Director’s Panel
Symphony of the Soil is a documentary feature film that explores the complexity and mystery of soil. Filmed on four continents and sharing the voices of some of the world’s most esteemed soil scientists, farmers and activists, the film portrays soil as a protagonist of our planetary story.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity!
Join us for a special screening of Symphony of the Soil and a panel discussion with director Deborah Koons Garcia, Stone Barns Center Board President Fred Kirschenmann and Vegetable Farm Manager Jack Algiere.
“I have seen this documentary and can confidently assure anyone seeing it will no longer be … [Continue reading...]
from current Terminal 1 to Terminal 4, starting April 30, 2012.
Good News is proud to cover the ribbon cutting ceremony, followed by a reception at VIP lounge. The Oasis, to celebrate this important moment with us.
Venue: John F. Kennedy International Airport
Door 2, Row 2
China Airlines (CAL) is the largest airline in Taiwan and the flag carrier of the Republic of China. Although not directly state-owned, the airline is owned by China Airlines Group, which is owned by the China Aviation Development. China Aviation Development Foundation is in turn owned by the government of the Republic of China.
The airline, with headquarters in and flight operations from Taoyuan International Airport, flies to destinations in Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania. China Airlines has … [Continue reading...]
Join Intrepid for a Very Exclusive Event – The Men in Black 3 Premiere Celebration on May 23!
This Fleet Week, be part of an exclusive experience in celebration of the Columbia Pictures premiere of Men in Black 3. Your ticket includes an advance screening of Men in Black 3 at the AMC Empire 25 Theater followed by the movie premier after party on Intrepid’s Flight Deck complete with:
- Private fireworks by Grucci
- Live musical performances and celebrity appearances
- Cocktail reception with hors d'oeuvres and open bar (must be 21 or older to drink alcohol)
Tickets are available at $150.00 each. A limited number of $125.00 tickets are available for Museum Members who may call 646-381-5030 for more information.
Fireworks by Grucci display has been generously donated by the Generoso Pope … [Continue reading...]
Mendelsohn and Takeda Launch Don’t Let it Burn National Campaign and Contest to Educate Consumers on Acid Reflux Disease Management and Treatment
Deerfield, Ill., May 2, 2012 – Celebrity chef Spike Mendelsohn knows all too well the effects of a busy and hectic lifestyle – especially for a person with acid reflux disease (ARD). But while he’s used to firing up the grill, Chef
Spike has also had to learn how to turn down the heat on his heartburn associated with ARD. To raise awareness and understanding about the importance of managing heartburn symptoms of ARD, including through lifestyle modifications, Chef Spike is cooking up an exciting recipe with Takeda Pharmaceuticals U.S.A., Inc. (Takeda), makers of the prescription medication DEXILANT (dexlansoprazole), through the educational … [Continue reading...]
City Parks Foundation announces SUMMERSTAGE 2012
Presented by AT&T
Over 110 FREE music, dance, film,
comedy, family and theater programs in
18 parks across all 5 boroughs
Special Premieres for Music, Dance and Theater
Season runs June 6 - August 30
City Parks Foundation proudly announces the 2012 season of SummerStage presented by AT&T, New York's largest free performing arts festival, bringing over 110 free performances to eighteen parks throughout the five boroughs. With performances ranging from American pop, Latin and world music to dance, comedy and theater, SummerStage fills a vital niche in New York City's summer arts festival landscape. Cutting edge artists from over 15 countries will perform at SummerStage, presenting the best of what is happening globally in the arts … [Continue reading...]