If you want a crash course in Millennial World, I have just the ticket for you. Billed as an alternative comedy, it’s a play titled “Adaptive Radiation,” on stage through Dec. 30 at ...
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When Adam DeSiena graduated Pace University with a degree in psychology 25 ...
As a marketer, under APAR/PR, and as a private citizen, I come across promotional efforts by local organizations and individuals that cry out for help. Of course, non-profits count on donations and ...
Playwright Howard Meyer packs a lot of meaty food-for-thought into his new play, “Senescence,” which is having its premiere at Axial Theatre in Pleasantville, where it runs through ...
Think about how or where you met your spouse. With a slight shift in timing or physical whereabouts, it’s entirely possible you’d be married to someone else right now, or not at all. In ...
People, people who need people, are the luckiest people in the world.
Imagine Barbara Streisand’s signature song, “People,” turned on its side.
Is it so much luck as it is ...
When Dr. Mack Scharmett was 50 years old, gas was 34 cents a gallon. An average car cost $3,000.
When he was 20 years old, an average house cost $3,900.
When the good doctor was ...
On the face of it, the conceit behind award-winning stage musical “Urinetown” seems absurd: Citizens are required to pay for the privilege of relieving themselves at public urinals.
Yeston and Kopit’s ‘Phantom’
Westchester Broadway Theatre, 1 Broadway Plaza, Elmsford
Ladies and gentlemen of the audience, in the never-ending battle of Art versus Commerce, ...
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