John Doman BROOKLYN HEIGHTS RESIDENT AND ACTOR JOHN DOMAN has been busy. Last month, Doman and his wife Linda trekked out to Park City, Utah, to attend the Sundance Film Festival premieres of his films, The Company Men and Blue Valentine, which are scheduled to hit theaters later this year. Doman will also appear in..
Month: February 2010
Photo by Beowulf SheehanVia AdamHaslett.com UNION ATLANTIC, BY BROOKLYN’S ADAM HASLETT, was officially published today. The much-buzzed about debut novel follows Haslett’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated short story collection, You Are Not a Stranger Here. Published by Talese/Doubleday, Union Atlantic portrays a patchwork of interconnected characters, including banker Doug Fanning, a figure of wealth and indulgence in..
For or against Atlantic Yards, the one thing that is certain is the public commentary period is far from over. The debate over the proposed 22-acre redevelopment in Prospect Heights has fueled blogs and newspaper articles and community meetings and coffee shops since Forest City Ratner made its plans public in 2002. This month, the..
A scene from alice…Alice…ALICE!Photo Courtesy of Gerry Goodstein Photography No one struggling to keep a theatre company alive could be happier than JOE MCCARTHY, longtime Cobble Hill resident and Director of Development for the Irondale Center. Irondale, known for creative theatre events, is currently staging alice…Alice…ALICE!, an interactive update of Alice in Wonderland. What is..