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‘Have You Ever Been Low’

Alistair James, from Eston in Middlesbrough, north east England, began writing music in 2005 when he was still at school. As a frontman and songwriter, he played shows up and down the country with regular visits to venues like London’s... Continue Reading →

Lyric Theatre NYC’s, ON THE TOWN, in preview: The Model Critic Reviews

  REVIEWED BY CARLOS STAFFORD, THE MODEL CRITIC OLD SCHOOL/NEW SCHOOL About to open on 42nd St., this newly minted revival of  "On the Town" is pure, shimmering entertainment. Like a fine vintage wine from good stock, this show has... Continue Reading →

Embrace #ThisIsNotALetter An Exhibition by Alex Kelleher

  Inspired by the quote "This is not a letter, but my arms around you for a brief moment," from a letter by author Katherine Mansfield, Alex Kelleher's first New York exhibition, embrace #ThisIsNotALetter connects technology to art through the... Continue Reading →

Rocky Broadway Is a “Knock-Out”- The Model Critic Reviews

 Reviewed by Carlos Stafford The Model Critic  POW!  The famous Rocky body shot is once again delivering its victorious hook--this time the well-known franchise brings its dazzle down from the big screen and onto the great white way.  Don't worry,... Continue Reading →

Artplug: Cutlog New York Opens May 8-11, 2014

cutlog NY is pleased to announce exhibitors for the cutting edge contemporary art fair’s second edition, taking place May 8-11, 2014 at the historic Clemente building located at 107 Suffolk Street on the Lower East Side. As the sister fair... Continue Reading →

The Model Critic Review: Man and Boy

Let's put it this way: neither Plato, Buddha, Jesus, Gandhi, or Mother Teresa would ever go to Starbucks with this guy. Even if he picked up the tab--

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