Progressive Pulse Relaunch Party for Fashion Week NYC – Video Highlights

ProgressivePulse.com relaunched in conjunction with New York Fashion Week on 2.13.12 at the Jumeirah Essex House lounge, South Gate. The location and event proved to generate a tremendous amount of buzz within the fashion and lifestyle industries. Actor Justiin Davis from HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” stated that “Apparently it’s one of the biggest and best place […] Click to read more »

Yotel’s pod-like cabins are the perfect option for the urban traveler

  On a recent trip to London via JFK, I landed early and was a bit sleepy from catching up on too many flicks. I was happy to learn that Delta had partnered with Yotel, the Japanese inspired pod-like capsules that take the place of the traditional hotel. Started by Simon Woodroffe and Gerard Greene, […] Click to read more »

“8” Gives Audiences a Front Row Seat to the Federal Constituionality of Propostion 8.

On September 19th a stage reading of the new play, “8″ written by Dustin Lance Black and directed by Joe Mantello brought to life last year’s federal court hearings where two couples, Sandy Stier & Kristin Perry and Jeff Zarrillo & Paul Katami, filed suit against Proposition 8 in the Federal Court. Representing them were […] Click to read more »

The Famous Florent After Hours Diner is Remembered in Documentary, “Florent: Queen of the Meat Market”

We’ve all heard wild and crazy stories of party life in New York City in the 70’s, 80’s & 90’s and one of those haunts was a fabulous after hours French diner called, Florent. On any given night you could find the lovable self-titled owner himself meeting and greeting his eclectic crowd which included every […] Click to read more »

And the nominees for a Tony Award won’t include “Spider Man” by Kevin M. Thomas

Tony Award nominations come out on May 3 and there will likely be a few surprises mixed in with some safe choices. But no matter what the result is, the Tony race will between only 14 shows in the musical categories. The cutoff is April 28 and not all of the shows have opened. So […] Click to read more »

Artist Mark Innerst’s New Opening Reflects City Dweller Perspective with Weekend Beach Getaway By Steve V. Rodriguez

DC Moore Gallery presents the opening of its current exhibit by painter, Mark Innerst from November 4th – December 18th, 2010. The current exhibit reflects Innerst’s inspiration that draws from New York City, Philadelphia and the beaches of Cape May, New Jersey. Innerst currently resides with his partner in Philadelphia but, spends the Summer months […] Click to read more »

“Falling For Eve” Retells and Reworks the Original Love Story, ‘Adam and Eve’ with Humor, Song and a MultiCultural Cast! Video Feature!!

The new Off Broadway musical, “Falling For Eve” opened last week with a refreshing twist on the original story, ‘Adam and Eve’. With a book by TONY award winner, Joe DiPietro (Memphis), Music by Bret Simmons and lyrics by David Howard, the new musical is well conceived and executed with a stellar cast including Jose […] Click to read more »

“Andrew Jackson” is bloody better than the “American Idiot” by Kevin M. Thomas

Rock songs are becoming the new anthems on the Great White Way and, for the most part, to great success. “Spring Awakening” and “Rent” before that have awakened a whole new form of Broadway musical – one that is filled with rock songs and edgier subject matter. Presently on Broadway is Green Day’s “American Idiot” […] Click to read more »

Art In The City: 3 Progressive Picks From Uptown to Downtown By: Steve V. Rodriguez

Last week,  on a beautiful Spring day in New York City, I visited three  new  progressive art exhibits covering some extensive territory including both east and west  sides. From Uptown’s Guggenheim Museum to Downtown’s Deitch Projects Gallery which unfortunately will close at the end of May, I ended my day in Chelsea at Gallery 1500’s […] Click to read more »