Who Killed Tim Kono? (Series Review: “Only Murders in the Building”)

A delightfully sneaky send-up of true crime fandom in the podcast culture, with a nod to the eccentricities of Uptown NYC lifestyles. Continue Reading →


Stolen & Forgotten (Series Review: “The Alienist: Angel of Darkness”)

The ace crime-solving team in turn-of-the-century New York City is back in a gripping and disturbing edge-of-your-seat mystery. Continue Reading →


Love on the Spectrum (Film Review: “Keep the Change”)

A poignant and refreshingly honest story about two autistic people navigating the rocky road of romance in the Big Apple. . . a hilarious yet heartwarming journey. Continue Reading →


Before He Kills Again (Series Review: “The Alienist”)

A disturbing investigation into a series of gruesome murders in turn of the century New York City, introducing controversial new methods in criminal forensics. Based on the spectacular 1994 novel that read more like historical fiction, The Alienist illustrates a brutal world of poverty and privilege on the precipice of social and political change. Continue Reading →


Moon River Over Manhattan (Film Review: “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”)

The movie that launched an icon: Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Capturing a time, a place and a sensibility that can never be duplicated. At times silly but the sentiment always did and always will prevail. A triumph. Continue Reading →


No Travel Ban on Laughter (Standup Comedy Review: “Trevor Noah: Afraid of the Dark”)

Trevor Noah’s new special spans the globe, proving once again there’s no accent he can’t conquer . . . or is it colonize? Continue Reading →


The New Yorker Redux (Series Review: “The New Yorker Presents”)

Arguably the most clever magazine on the planet makes its debut onto the streaming-sphere as only it could, with a visually beguiling mix of quirky charm and razor-sharp journalism. Continue Reading →