Suze Sylvester recalls where she was on 9/11.
Suze Sylvester describes exciting tennis from Scotsman Andy Murray at the U.S. Open this past week.
Did you know? Brussels sprouts are the new cabbage!
Jacquie “Tajah” Murdock inspires awebin Suze Sylvester– and others!
Suze Sylvester goes to a screening of “Advanced Style” and finds more ammunition to defeat mean Milennials.
Suze Sylvester talks to Simon Doonan, writer and filmmaker, and discovers he loves… paddle-boarding and Perry Como.
Suze Sylvester reviews Wendy Beckett’s “Love Therapy,” which runs at the DR2 Theatre until Saturday, May 25.
Suze Sylvester talks with Alison Fraser, two-time Tony nominee, about her performance in Wendy Beckett’s “Love Therapy,” which runs at the DR2 Theatre through
THE HUNGER GAMES It is not “Lord of the Flies” How It’s New York: because New Yorkers had been obsessed about its release when it came out, sleeping on line at a Barnes &Nobles’ appearance of some cast members like fans waiting for rockstars. The DVD comes out August 18. How It’s Irish: because the […]
Florence Fabricant, Drew Nieporent, Gabriel Kreuther, and Bill Yosses How It’s New York: “Pen, Paper and Palate” takes place in New York City, the brainchild of Ruda Dauphin. The May, 2012 installment included two of the City’s premiere chefs, a restauranteur, and a food columnist. How It’s Irish: The program was presented jointly with the […]
How it’s New York: A parade up Avenue of the Americas – what’s more New York than that? How it’s [Scottish] Irish: Listen to the pipes and drums. If that doesn’t convince ya, I have three words for ya: men in kilts! Intrepid blogger Sue Sylvester reports on the- Kirkin ‘O’ the Tartan, and the […]
Mike Ogletree and Caitlin Boyle boogie down How it’s New York: In its 10th year, this is NYC’s version of the national observation of all things Scottish – with a cast of thousands…of proud, fun-loving New York Scots. How it’s [Scottish] Irish: In Scotland, April 6th marks the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath in […]
How It’s New York: because both films take place in the Bronx, NY. How It’s Irish: because the Irish – historically, all the way back to the ancient Celts – have always been interested in fighting, and these films were shown on St. Patrick’s Day. (And they take place in the Bronx in NYC: a […]
How it’s New York: we here in the Empire State like to take a glance at the annual LA-LA Land fête. Natalie Wood and Tab Hunter at the 28th Academy Awards, 1956 How it’s Irish: Oorlagh George, the Irish producer of The Shore, sporting traditional Celtic braids, showed more class than most of the others onstage that […]