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Posts by Author Archives: Billy McEntee
Billy McEntee has been fortunate to work for arts non-profits in Boston, Denver, Berkeley, and now New York. His writing has appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, Vanity Fair, American Theatre, HowlRound, Observer, and others. He's usually getting wine at Dandelion or eating cookies at Archestratus.
“End of the Line” Creator Emmett Adler On Making the L Train Documentary
Filmmaker Emmett Adler captures the craze
Dobbin St is Opening Its Swanky Doors On November 10
The theme is “Lush and In Love”
Good Enough to Draw: Emily Chen Eats and Illustrates Her Way Through NYC
She documents her travels and posts her drawings
At The Brick, “Never Let Go” Offers a One-Person Theatrical Realization of “Titanic”
You’ve never seen Titanic like this
New Theatrical Piece “Unearthly Visitants” to Deliver Chills and Thrills
Halloween is on the way.
Posted inEat & Drink
At Philomena’s, Cozy Vibes, Crushable Drinks, and Infused Ice
Philomena’s wants you to stay a while.
Polish-American Artist Beatrice Wolert to Lead a Chalk-A-Thon at McGolrick Park
Parks have become necessary public space during COVID.
Local ‘Silicon Valley’ Actress and Filmmaker Debuts Short at Greenpoint Film Festival
The film premieres this Friday.
Andy Blank to Host an Open Studio on Saturday
Open studios are a treat!