Blank! The Musical

This past Saturday I went to see Blank!  The Musical.   I had no idea what to expect except that I knew that my phone needed to be on at the beginning of the performance (90 minutes-no intermission) and that using the show’s app was part of the process. So I got to the Broadway…

Visiting The Liberty Bell

So a while back myself and two friends decided to visit Philly for the day and made our focus a visit to The Liberty Bell and The Jewish Museum. We decided to visit The Liberty Bell first since we were meeting two other friends for lunch at 1:00 p.m. and so we thought that a…

Honoring Author-Alexander McCall Smith

  Many years ago I read a book called The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith. The novel was set in Botswana and had a really big impact on me because I found the characters to be so genuine and so authentic that I felt very connected to them and absolutely adored…

Beauty and The Beast in Live Time

That’s right. The other evening I attend an event called Bonnet Bash 2017: Beauties and Beasts. So what’s a gal to do for a costume. Hmmm… I decided to be The Beauty of Peace. I’m so whatever, whatever, whatever about what happened in Syria this past week and in the general political state of the…

How the Other Half Loves-A Play

The other evening at The Amateur Comedy Club located at 150 E. 36th Street I saw a hilarious production of How the Other Half Lives which was written by Alan Ayckbourn and which originally premiered in London.  The play is an extremely clever, funny and well-crafted play which juggled time and space as it presented the…

Showcasing the Art of Screenwriting #sociallyrelevant

The other evening I attended The Socially Relevant Film Festival Opening Panel called “Adapting the Novel for the Screen.” The event was held at the Albertine Bookstore at the French Consulate which is located at 972 Fifth Avenue. What was so exciting was that for the first time in the history of Film Festivals it…

Cocoon Art-All the Rage!

The other day I had the good fortune to visit artist Ida Ivanka Kubler in her studio.  Ida was born in rural Bulgaria where she had very few toys and where sericulture, or silk farming used to be quite common.  Ida shared with me that silk cocoons pass their lives in complete silence and are…

Terry Border’s Bent Objects

Today I came across this so fun art form and wanted to share it with my New Yorker Point of View readers! So I found the art of Terry Border and his Bent Object Projects… Here’s just a sample and then I’ll tell you more about Terry.   So I found out that Terry Border…