Quantcast
Home » New York You are browsing entries tagged with “New York”

Michael Jackson aims to be King of Twitter with video

Michael Jackson. AP FILE PHOTO

Five years after his death, Michael Jackson is back with a new video that breaks new ground by premiering on Twitter.

| | Read More »

Food tripping (again) in NYC

By
THE AUTHOR at Southern Hospitality, with Nikki Renee Daniels, Jeff Kready and their baby Lena. Facebook/Jeff Kready

If there is one pleasure that I invariably find in New York besides watching Broadway shows, it’s food tripping. Every time I head to the city, I try new restaurants with friends. The cuisines differ, but the experience always leads to happiness and my clothing size going up a tick or two (but it’s so worth it).

| | Read More »

Another rave review for ‘Norte’

By
ANGELl Bayani (left) and Hazel Orencio in “Norte”: “A marvel of simplicity, depth and deviousness.”

The raves keep coming. Filipino filmmaker Lav Diaz’s four-hour epic “Norte, Hangganan ng Kasaysayan” merited a rave review from US website Film Comment.

| | Read More »

New York state of happy

By
SALONGA. Something to look forward to.

I took a brief trip to New York last week for a little bit of work. It seemed like the perfect opportunity to take in a couple of Broadway shows in the process. This season has been an interesting one, what with the opening of several really great shows and the closing of a few others. Since my time in New York was severely limited, there was time to take in only two of them, and I believe I chose well: “Aladdin,” and “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.”

| | Read More »

CNN looks for a substitute when news can’t deliver

In this March 6, 2013 file photo, President of CNN Worldwide Jeff Zucker attends a screening of "Girls Rising" at the Paris Theater in New York.  Fox News chairman Roger Ailes, never one to miss the chance to bait an adversary, told The Hollywood Reporter in January 2014 that CNN had decided "to throw in the towel and announce they're out of the news business." Zucker, beginning his second year in the job, begged to differ.  "CNN is not and never will abandon our first and fundamental brand equity, which is news and breaking news," he told reporters. AP

When CNN first signed on, it was greeted by a chorus of skeptics.

| | Read More »