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Long Island’s premier celebrity, lifestyle and variety publication
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With 15 years in the majors under his belt, ballplayer Curtis Granderson talks with Boulevard's Steve Mosco about the fans, athletes as role models, memorable moments and more.

Mets’ Curtis Granderson rounds the bases It’s easy to write off athletes as pretentious—their egos inflated by adoring fans and fawning press, their sensibilities dulled by derision from those same parties. That isn’t Curtis Granderson. A great ballplayer…
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From Syosset to Broadway and beyond, Long Island's Idina Menzel finds success in whatever she does. Boulevard's Dave Gil de Rubio recently spoke to the singer and actress about her career, her family, her new album and returning to the Island for a show at the new Coliseum.

Idina Menzel is back on tour with her first studio effort in nearly a decade If luck is the crossroads where opportunity meets preparation, then it’s clear that Idina Menzel has been going through life with the spiritual equivalent of a four-leaf clover…
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Chef Marcus Samuelsson's Red Rooster restaurant in Harlem is enlivening the neighborhood. The signature dish is fried yardbird, a sublimely decadent fried chicken dish with dark meat, served with sweet potato mash, collard greens and pickles. Boulevard's Steve Mosco chats with the fascinating chef and samples the fare.

Chef Marcus Samuelsson and Harlem’s latest renewal The enlivening term “Harlem Renaissance” is often used to describe the upside of the uptown neighborhood’s many boom-and-bust cycles—with shifts to economic prosperity ushering in myriad cultural…
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Misty Copeland epitomizes the grace and beauty of the art of ballet. The prima ballerina talks with Boulevard’s Jennifer Fauci about her illustrious career, her books and her charitable endeavors.

From her outstanding body of work, her unwavering grace and exuding emotion every time her pointe shoe touches the stage, Misty Copeland epitomizes everything classical about the art of ballet and more.  “Each day, I can’t help but feel so unbelievably…
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Anne Rice tackles Atlantean bloodsuckers in her new book Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis. Boulevard's Dave Gil de Rubio chats with the author who defined the genre of vampire fiction.

Myth and legend are a huge part of Anne Rice’s oeuvre given the fact that so much of her legacy is plugged into the world of vampires, something she was writing about long before Twilight or True Blood ever came along. With her latest effort, Prince…
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North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center Spring Luncheon raised funds to benefit local families. Anton Media Group was proud to sponsor the event.

North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center recently held its Spring Luncheon at Glen Head Country Club, raising more than $63,000 and featuring keynote speaker Dr. Cynthia Pizzulli, a renowned psychotherapist, lecturer and adolescent parenting expert. The…
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Steeped in Tudor elegance, Bernadette Castro's Panfield estate is a magnificent piece of property in Lloyd Harbor. Boulevard's Christy Hinko visits with the heiress to the Castro Convertibles fortune and gets the grand tour.

Nestled in the brush on the shoreline of Lloyd Harbor stands Panfield, the magnificent estate of Bernadette Castro, heir to Castro Convertibles, the modern-day furniture pioneers of the pull-out sofa. The company is still in existence today, sold online…
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Special guest Jennifer DiNoia (Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway) performed at the 35th Annual Reach For A Star Luncheon, at the Viscardi Center. The fundraiser, presented by Americana Manhasset, raised money for kids with physical disabilities.

The 35th Annual Reach for a Star Luncheon, presented by Americana Manhasset, delivered a “wicked” good time in benefit of students with severe physical disabilities at the Henry Viscardi School (HVS) at The Viscardi Center. Special guest Jennifer DiNoia,…
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Paul Schaffer, known best for leading the band on The Late Show with David Letterman, sits down with Boulevard's Dave Gil de Rubio to discuss his decades-long career.

Paul Shaffer returns with a star-studded solo album To say Paul Shaffer gets around is an understatement. Best known for his 33-year association with David Letterman in the role of friend/musical director/first banana, the 67-year-old pianist has enough…
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The lost Russian princess finds her home on Broadway in this stage production of the beloved fairy tale Anastasia. Boulevard's Kimberly Dijkstra interviews the stars of the hit musical — Christy Altomare and Derek Klena — who are thrilled and grateful to be living out their dreams.

Christy Altomare and Derek Klena originate the roles of Anya and Dmitry on Broadway in the romantic and heartwarming legend of Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia Gorgeous, sweeping and grand, the recent Broadway production of Anastasia is a new…
Finally Home - Boulevard Magazine
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