Arts and Entertainment

September Sunspots

Brooklyn Lobster Fest Date: Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, September 23- Sunday, September 24, 2016 Time: Doors open at 6pm and show starts at 7pm, live reggae bands start at 7pm…

Here Alone Review

BY DEAN MOSES Many movies have tackled the post-apocalyptic zombie genre. We have watched on in horror and dread as men and women have attempted to survive bloodthirsty beings in…

Suicide Squad, Not So Rotten

BY DEAN MOSES Suicide Squad is finally here, arriving to a parade of fan excitement and a hail of bad reviews. Critics are panning the latest addition to the DC…

Finding Dory Review

BY: MALICK MERCIER The waves of happiness left after Disney’s, Finding Nemo were reignited on June 17th when Finding Dory made its debut in theaters. I went to the Linden…

Obit, the Tribeca Film Festival World Premiere

BY DEAN MOSES Obituaries, those small sections in newspapers gives us a glimpse into a person’s life after they have lived it, a behind the scenes look at their achievements,…

The Bomb: An Interactive Documentary Feature

BY DEAN MOSES The 2016 Tribeca Film Festival was rife with world premieres, celebrity appearances, and experimental features. One such inventive presentation was named The Bomb, a novel, fully emissive…

Exclusive Red Carpet Interviews with Check It Stars

BY DEAN MOSES The Tribeca Film Festival played host to some truly remarkable fiction features, but it also celebrated some cutting edge documentaries that followed some extraordinary stories. One such…

From the Bookshelf /Falling Down The Rabbit Hole of Retcontinuum

BY AMANDA MOSES We all have our bad days. Times when it feels like you are falling through a hole of regrets, missteps and all around wrong decisions, and sometimes…

World Premiere of The Fixer & Brief Red Carpet Interview with James Franco

BY DEAN MOSES The Fixer is director Ian Olds’ first fiction feature. This intriguing drama unfolds through the eyes of Osman, (Dominic Rains) a former fixer. A fixer is a…

Spring Creek Towers’ Afterschool Program Takes A “Journey through Black History”

BY: PAMELA STERN The Spring Creek Towers’ Afterschool Program participants were in for a real treat when Reese Carr and Claro Delos Reyes from New York’s world famous Apollo Theatre…

From the Bookshelf /New York Baseball Activity Books for the Littlest Fan

BY: PAMELA STERN With the weather warming up and spring in the air, it’s time for baseball! The New York Yankees and New York Mets have their fans at the…

Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland

By Dean Moses Brooklyn has a rich history. The iconic borough has world recognizable landmarks, many renowned people have called it home, and it boasts its own, world famous, amusement…

Interview with Deadpool’s Colossus

By Dean Moses Deadpool, the first movie based on the smart talking, sword welding, gun-toting anti-hero, hit cinema screens on February 8th. Here we are, mere weeks later, and it…

From the Bookshelf /Black History Month Reading List: The Best Books This February

BY ADONIS SMITH There is a saying that you learn something new every day, and this is especially true in the month of February. The month of February is known…

PS 346 Students Have The Bare Necessities

BY: PAMELA STERN Third, fourth and fifth graders at PS. 346 put on five sold out performances of Disney’s “Jungle Book.” The Jungle Book is an animated film produced by…