August 22, 2008 RSS feed / Entertainment/Lifestyles

Rockaway Resident Takes The Stage

Third-Grader Makes Her Manhattan Theatre Debut

"Nine going on twenty-nine" is how Emerald Angel Young, called Emma by her mother, refers to herself in an interview with the Sonnet Repertory Theatre. Bursting with energy and enthusiasm, the young actress recently made her Manhattan debut. More...

Four Shows At Capitol One Bank Theatre Next Week

Live Nation proudly presents four shows you can't miss at the Capital One Bank Theatre at Westbury during the week of August 25: August 25 -- Huey Lewis and the News, More...

Fort Tilden Highlights

FREE: SUMMER MOONS: Scheduled bands every Thursday under the stars in the summer on MoonStage & sTudio 7, RoCA, Fort Tilden. 8/28, 8:30 p.m.-12 a.m.: Denis Guiney; 7 p.m. More...

MovieScope

'The X-Files: I Want To Believe'

Creepiness appears to have crept into movie franchises these days. The Batman blockbuster hit, "The Dark Knight," is totally creeped out, thanks to the late Heath Ledger's seriously demented portrayal of the Joker. More...

Bee Movie Buzzes Into O'Donohue Park

Youngsters wait their turn as Parks employees do face painting prior to the showing of the film. Photos by Miriam Rosenberg More...

Bringing 'A Touch Of Class' to Rockaway Theater Company

Under the direction of Peggy Page and Michael Wotypka, The Philadelphia Story became the third theatrical offering of the Rockaway Theatre Company's 2008 season, The Philadelphia Story, written for the stage by Philip Barry, is a satirical More...

Global Diversity In Rockaway Abounds

A traditional Nigerian (Yoruban) wedding engagement ceremony was held on August 8, a day when more than 20,000 weddings occurred in New York alone. More...


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