Arts and Entertainment

Finding Your Voice Through Art

BY AMANDA MOSES Late at night, Megan Casey sits in the corner of her bedroom in Spring Creek Towers, pouring over her drawing desk with a variety of colored pencils…

Famous Female Figures from Brooklyn

BY AMANDA MOSES Today is International Women’s Day! This global event is celebrated on March 8th every year to honor the achievements of women of the past and present. In…

New York Fashion Week: The Best Shows

BY AMANDA MOSES Earlier this month, New York Fashion Week (NYFW) took the world by storm for its fall/winter runway shows. These series of collections were an amalgamation of elegance,…

Celebrating Brooklyn’s Political Figures for Black History Month

BY AMANDA MOSES Black History Month (February 1st to February 28th) is an annual observance in which we remember the contributions and innovations developed by African Americans while also acknowledging…

Famous Black Americans from Brooklyn

BY PAMELA STERN February is Black History Month, a commemorative period that was originally established as a weeklong observance known in 1926 as national “Negro History Week,” by the Association…

New York Film Festival Premieres The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

BY DEAN MOSES We have expectations from film genres. Take westerns for instance, if we sit down to view a horse opera it is typically safe to say our prospects…

TC Vision Enraptures Students

BY AMANDA MOSES The art of making music is more than creating a song; it’s an audible expression of creativity. For 17-year-old Michael Goddard, music is an extension of himself….

Seniors Express Their Passion Through Dance

By Amanda Moses It started with a Spanish beat, and then the sounds of heels stomping along with the rhythmic reverberations of a guitar that entranced anyone within earshot of…

New York Film Festival Premiere’s a Female Powerhouse: The Favourite

BY DEAN MOSES Diversity is one of the New York Film Festival’s greatest aspects. Filmmakers from all around the world, both male and female, come together to share their work….

Congratulations, Dean Moses for your Photography Award!

Congratulations to Dean Moses, Spring Creek Sun’s Entertainment Contributor, who won the second runner up for Sing Tao Daily’s Dragon Boat Festival photo competition. Photo Courtesy of Sing Tao Daily’s…

Through Van Gogh’s Eyes: New York Film Festival’s Premiere of At Eternity’s Gate

BY DEAN MOSES If there is one thing I have learned while attending film festivals as a member of the press, it’s that deep down, beneath the cynicism and pretentious…

New York Comic Con: An Expensive Fan Event

BY AMANDA MOSES New York Comic Con (NYCC), considered the largest pop culture event to hit the East Coast, took over the Jacob Javits Center once again for its 13th…

From the Bookshelf / A Fantastic Female Anthology

BY AMANDA MOSES Anthologies are so much more than a simple compilation of short stories; they are the sweet fruit growing within the ever-growing tree of literature. With so many…

Enjoy the Last of Summer Activities

BY AMANDA MOSES Summertime in New York City (NYC) is the best time of year to enjoy free events for people of all ages. So before the summer is over,…

Tribeca Film Festival Premiere’s State Like Sleep

BY DEAN MOSES The mystery/thriller is one of cinema’s most enduring genres. From making movie history with classics like Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window and Psycho in the 1950s to adaptions…