I don’t know about you, but every time I go to the zoo, I’m a little jealous of the marmosets, tamarins, monkeys and lemurs. Aside from their adorableness, they all seem to share a joie de vivre that’s palpable. I secretly envy they way they go through life swinging from branch to branch or …
It’s been a long time coming, but the brand new observation wheel is now towering proudly over the Steel Pier. And while it is not open to the public just yet — it is slated to open Oct. 5 — excitement and buzz is thick in the air.
Anyone who has ever heard Carlos Santana in an interview knows that his spirituality runs deep. And not in that facile and fake manner of someone who came out of the “flower power” movement and goes through the motions because he thinks that’s what’s expected of him.
What do you think of when you hear the term “Red Baron?” Is it the real-life, German-born flying ace Manfred von Richthofen who flew his red tri-plane during World War I? Or perhaps, like me, you think of Snoopy, Charlie Brown’s beloved beagle who would fantasize about being in battle with t…
If you can’t imagine anything that screams summer more than kicking back on Adirondack chairs with a cold beer in hand while listening to live island music, then you’ll want to head to Borgata’s Beer Garden 2 p.m. Sunday, July 23, where Brian and the Coconutz will be doing what they do best.
As Michael McDonald gets set to tour this summer and release “Wide Open,” his first album of new original material in 17 years, he is getting a boost of exposure through what might seem like unlikely collaborations with younger and decidedly hip artists.
Don’t be too quick to sell the 1960s British rock band The Yardbirds short just because the latest iteration of the group consists of only one original member from 1963 and four American musicians, most of whom joined two years ago.