Alice Childress on Broadway, exciting news at last about one of theatre’s most under-appreciated geniuses. Her Trouble In Mind debuts at the Roundabout next year. By David Stone Although Alice Childress acted, […]
Hey, Roosevelt Island! Let’s do the right thing. Let’s honor the great African American writer, actress, director Alice Childress, and while other icons come down, let’s raise hers up. By David Stone […]
A foggy NYC skyline is photographer Piaskowski’s pallet and muse. Pictures find the ordinary at play with the ephemeral in a series taken during the pandemic.
For a Roosevelt Island photo essay, Tad Sudol reacted to a community on Pause by hauling out his camera and artist’s eye, recording favorite views.
About Edward Hopper’s window with cats… Hopper’s a curious character. You get an uncertain range of ideas about him. Like with cats.
Vernissage XIX embraces Roosevelt Island with the emotion and images designed to reach beyond the everyday. Images for mind and heart. Gallery RIVAA is closed, but we’ve got the pictures.
They can’t cancel spring. Credit 82 year old David Hockney who included the thought with a couple of new pictures he sent to galleries. He’s on lockdown. But his spirit isn’t.
As Gallery RIVAA, the Roosevelt Island artist collective, turns the corner into its twentieth year, let’s look back… and forward to Vernissage XIX. Gallery RIVAA and Its Artists By David Stone I’ve […]
Forgotten Peoples at Four Freedoms Park opens spring with a six-part choral cycle by composer Veljo Tormis. It honors the heritage of Louis Kahn.
Roosevelt Island’s little known gay history jumped out of the figurative closet, this week, at Joe’s Pub. It’s a musical. The Gorgeous Nothings In Concert.