Director Sam Fleischner began filming “Stand Clear of the Closing Doors” in Rockaway on October 6. Production of the film wrapped up a few weeks later, just as Hurricane Sandy hit Atlantic shores.
As delicate cherry blossom petals drifted through the breeze, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden hosted their annual Sakura Matsuri Festival on Saturday, April 27, and Sunday, April 28.
Around two in the afternoon on Wednesday, the beats of a drum echoed throughout the typically quiet halls of the 11th and 12th street Eugene Lang buildings.
An interview with Jazz student Billy Ruegger
Tucker Caploe juggles music, classwork and personal health This Saturday, May 4 at 7 p.m., Tucker Caploe, a 20-year-old sophomore writing major at Lang, will perform original songs with his seven-piece band at The Bitter End. The club is located on Bleecker Street, just west of LaGuardia Place. This show will be one of his first times back on stage since [...]
New York City bike lanes are about to get crowded. This month, Citi Bike’s bright blue, solar-powered stations will appear in all five boroughs.
Less than a month ago, New School students gathered at the Sapphire Lounge on the Lower East Side for the inaugural AXM art showcase, where they shared their passion for art, music and dance.
Early thoughts of thesis work overwhelmed me. It was my junior year at Parsons, and I needed excitement, an escape. That’s where Z came in. His dirty blonde hair and sky blue eyes offered exactly what I needed.
Among the news articles and survival tales found in today’s global crises, one filmmaker is finding love stories.
Goodbye Music, Hello Fro-Yo Bleecker Bob’s record store is legendary to New York and music fanatics worldwide. For decades, vinyl enthusiasts made pilgrimages to the West Village landmark to trade, buy, and above all, learn about music. Jimmy Page once tended the register, and artists like David Bowie, Debbie Harry and The New York Dolls were regulars. Throughout its 45-year [...]