Monthly Archives: March 2012

Annabella Gonzalez’ Dance Theater Charms in Spring Festejo

Shifting Moods and Open Ended Interpretations Robust Dancers Accomplished and Personable Imaginative Troupe Is Enduring Family Scores of worthwhile artistic events in New York City these days seem to suffer from lack of publicity oxygen, simply because the Times has … Continue reading

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Douglas Walla Appears at Molly Barnes’ Salon

Distinguished Kent Gallery founder now torn between his artist brood and his own two children Worries that Internetworked art world is losing texture, time for ripening Art Fairs are “speed dating” The invitation only art salon of the well connected … Continue reading

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Elixir of the Gods Tops Javits Travel Show

Pierde Alma offers celestial mexcal – for a price Oaxaca Yankie director Jonathan Barbieri obsessive purist, makes labels from agave pulp “I call this Vitamin M” Amid the cornucopia of 500 or so booths and counters at the bustling New … Continue reading

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