2016 Marilyn Maye Interview – by Betsyann Faiella – Revisited Score 97%

2016 Marilyn Maye Interview – by Betsyann Faiella – Revisited

“This is a thoroughbred bounding out of the gate brandishing a mane of roman candles.” – Tulis McCall, The Front Row Center

I’m moved to say this was not a comeback, because she wasn’t gone, retired, or slowing down. It was more like a gift bestowed by some magnanimous musical god to a city and a genre parched for experience, flawless musicianship, generosity, economy, authenticity, glamour and showbiz.

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FRIDGID New York Closing Doors on Their Residency at The Kraine Theater Score 95%

FRIDGID New York Closing Doors on Their Residency at The Kraine Theater

Gather ‘round, Children and let me tell you of a time when one could live in New York City, work part time, develop art, present it and sell it.  All this could happen while paying rent and utilities, living modestly and not going too hungry; only calling Mom or an uncle for help on rare occasions.  It was not the easiest life, but it was a happy, independent and gratifying life.

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Perelman Performing Arts Center Score 100%

Perelman Performing Arts Center

the Arts Center, imagined and created by architect Joshua Prince-Ramus, is going to add light and hope to the World Trade Center site in a manner that respects its role as a place of reflection. Connection, connecting people and art is the center’s mission.

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