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Saturday, February 14, 2015 3:00PM
Saturday, February 14, 2015 8:00PM
Experience a show filled with Love & Legends… Catch the 70s Soul Jam Valentine’s Concert at the Beacon Theatre!
Make plans with someone you love this Valentine’s Day, Saturday February 14, 2015 to see The Stylistics, The Dramatics, The Manhattans, Delfonics, and Blue Magic at the landmark Beacon Theatre in NYC.
Don’t miss 5 soul-sational groups LIVE on stage! 2 Shows: 3pm & 8pm
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Tuesday, January 27, 2015
From Curbed.com | By Spencer Peterson
Two years ago to the day that New York City embarked on a $94 million restoration of the Loew’s Kings Theatre in Flatbush, the institution reopened its doors and reclaimed its standing as Brooklyn’s largest theater. The restoration was painstaking: when it began in 2013, the theater had already been sitting vacant for four decades, a time during which looters plundered everything that wasn’t bolted down (and most of the things that were), and nature found its way into the neglected structure. “The carpets used to kind of squish when you walked around,” Jeff Greene of EverGreene Architectural Arts said recalling the building in its pre-restoration state, when, during inclement weather, water would gush through the ceiling, down the balconies, and pool amidst the theater seats.MORE INFO >>
Thursday, January 22, 2015
FROM NYTIMES.COM – JAN. 22, 2015
By NATE CHINEN
Entering the homestretch of the memorial concert “Friends of Jeff Golub,” which ran the better part of four hours at the B. B. King Blues Club on Wednesday night, the keyboardist Jason Miles offered an encomium, brief and to the point. “Whatever he did, whether it was smooth or it was blues, there was a commitment,” he said of Mr. Golub, a crisp and stylistically fluid guitarist who died on Jan. 1 at 59.
Saturday, August 2, 2014
Review by Faith Robinson, TheHotZoneUSA.com
Photo Credit: Kat Gilraine
When it comes to dinner cruises, no-one does it better than Smooth Jazz New York. They offer a weekly excursion on one of the most exquisite yachts in New York City, a delectable cuisine to suit every palate and the hottest jazz artists in the music industry today. Last week THZ was honored to sail the Hudson River aboard the Hornblower Infinity serenaded by the smooth sounds of the R&B and jazz great, Will Downing.MORE INFO >>
Friday, June 27, 2014
Review and photos by Keshia Graham, TheHotZoneUSA.com
What a wonderful evening we had here in The Hot Zone, aboard the new Hornblower Infinity cruise ship. This night was definitely one to remember.
The cruise ship has 3 floors of fun, a top, front and back deck with an exciting view of the Manhattan, Brooklyn and New Jersey skylines and the perfect seating areas of your choice. The main floor is equipped with a general and VIP seating area, the buffet and bar section and the performance stage. The second floor has an open center area with seating around the open view so that you can embrace the stage at a higher glance. The third level is an outside area where you can sip on a margarita and hear the sound of the ocean and the music from inside.