Articles by Ellen Eichelbaum
A Pooch Reception and a Pooch Film Festival? You bet! October 2-3, you and your pet will experience a fun and memorable time at the First Annual Dog Film Festival
Sotta Sopra is worth the visit to Amagansett to experience Northern Italian cuisine that is delicious. Don't wait for a special occasion to have great drinks and a great meal. Say 'hi' to Rose when you get there
The founder of Prostate Cancer Foundation, Michael Milken, hosted this star-filled event in Watermill. The evening was filled with passion, music and appreciation for the cause
Based on a true story: Letting go of the past when it refuses to leave you
The funniest serial killer comedy on Broadway!
THE RIDE is AN EXPERIENCE. It is fun, informative, and entertaining
For the Fringe Festival, “To Each Their Own,” playing at the Teatro SEA at the Clemente, 107 Suffolk Street, and NYC was sold out!
This stage version of The 39 Steps is a slapstick, hysterical, fast-moving version of the 1935 thriller
Have you ever thought about our precious animals in the wild and what happens when they take sick or are hurt by other animals or humans? The Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center does and they are there for these animals
Metropolitan Museum Celebrates 25th Anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act by Hosting Special Events to Honor Creativity and Accessibility
Penn is very passionate about his craft. He absolutely, positively, unequivocally does not believe in ‘magic.’ So, there goes the dream. Then why are they the ‘Magic Men’? Ahhh, because they are SO good at what they do
The Bride is Jewish. The groom is not. And that's not even the plot - Now playing at Brooks Atkinson Theater through August 9th
An unforgettable evening highlighting one of the best collaborations in the film industry at Lincoln Center
Playwriter Melissa Ross does a wonderful job in this dramedy of family, fighting, frustration and friendship as she gives us an intimate look at the Stockton's of Cape Cod
The 33rd Annual Fred & Adele Astaire Awards honors dancers who are completely deserving of these awards
Hand to God might very well be the neatest Broadway experience I've had in years. If you thought you could never laugh and scream at the same time, see this show. You may think twice before you ever put another pair of socks on
Seeing "The Visit" at New York's Lyceum Theatre, I knew something was up when I saw the dark, and murky, yet beautifully designed set
Jazz continues to inspire and move us. As long as our young adults continue to pursue this craft, there will be always be smiles on our faces and tapping of our toes. Times may change, but jazz is timeless!
At 87, Jerry Lewis remains a legend and can still sell out a crowd, but he needs to do what he does best - entertain
Barry Manilow had us dancing, laughing and crying as he delivered decades of music we all love to sing
A fun show for “Ladies, Gentlemen and those who have yet to make up their minds”