Arts and Entertainment

New York Film Festival Premiere’s First Cow

BY DEAN MOSES Each year the New York Film Festival plays host to a plethora of critically cerebrated movies that receive plenty of Oscar buzz. This year is no exception…

New York Film Festival Premiere’s The Irishman

BY DEAN MOSES The western and crime genre—two cinema favorites that often tend to incorporate overlapping themes of Robin Hood-esque antiheroes who are championed by a down-trodden public—have dominated the…

Servant Serves Up A Psychological Horror Dish for Thanksgiving

By Amanda Moses As the holiday season slowly approaches, many of us are gearing up to be reunited with family members over a delicious meal.  It is during this time…

Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Sets the Tone for a Scary Halloween

BY AMANDA MOSES & DEAN MOSES Many New Yorkers dub our city the center of the universe, and it is easy to see why. For one instance, our metropolis contains…

La Borinqueña: The Puerto Rican Superhero

BY AMANDA MOSES Comic book heroes have been flooding the mainstream media for several years, especially since the creation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Each of these caped crusaders has…

Embracing Your Curves

BY AMANDA MOSES Last month, theCurvycon held its fifth annual convention for body positivity and fashion inclusivity from September 5th to September 7th at Center 415 in Manhattan. Co-founded by…

Celebrating Latinos in the Entertainment History

BY AMANDA MOSES We are currently in the midst of National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15th to October 15th), a period in which we celebrate the generations of Hispanic and…

Teen Central Impresses with Afro-Hip Hop Dance Showcase

BY AMANDA MOSES Over the summer, Spring Creek Teen Central launched a new program inviting its female members to express themselves artistically. The initiative was deemed the Girls Empowerment Movement…

Looking Beyond the Streets: An Immersive Art Exhibit

BY AMANDA MOSES Think back to the 1970s, the days of bell bottoms, platform shoes, over saturated hairspray, thick afros, and long bangs. A time when disco pervaded the radio…

The Best Films Premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival

BY DEAN MOSES In the last few issues we have brought you exclusive reviews, interviews, and photographs from the Tribeca Film Festival. This week we are wrapping up our coverage…

TFF Premiere’s A Day In the Life of America

BY DEAN MOSES Jared Leto is an Academy Award winning actor and musician well-known for his incredible portrayal of Rayon in Dallas Buyers Club and Harry Goldfarb in Requiem for…

Student Talent on Full Display at FDA VIII

BY AMANDA MOSES On Thursday, May 23rd, Frederick Douglass Academy VIII (FDA) hosted a pop-up art gallery within their 4th floor hallway, displaying a cumulative collection of their students’ work….

Tribeca Film Festival Premiere’s Martha: A Picture Story

BY DEAN MOSES Art: panting, writing, drawing, music, sculpture, photography, and more. Art comes in many forms, and the artists who dedicate their entire lives to their passion can be…

Tribeca Film Festival Premiere’s Dreamland

BY DEAN MOSES Tales of bank robbers and gun-toting Robin Hood-esque folk characters such as John Dillinger, Jesse James, and Bonnie and Clyde have adhered themselves to American culture. The…

SCTA’s Fun Fridays Are A Hit

BY: PAMELA STERN The Starrett City Tenants Association (SCTA) held its first Fun Friday on May 17th at the Brooklyn Sports Club (BSC). This imitative is meant for residents to…