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Editor Bios Adam Neal

Adam Neal
Adam Neal is a writer/entertainer living in NYC. A graduate of Muhlenberg College, Adam manages Absolute Party Entertainment and, in which he explores the field of the paranormal from a practical, philosophical standpoint. He has traveled through much of the U.S., England, Italy, Canada, and Israel so far, and he hopes to add more locales in the very near future!

By Adam Neal

Brrrrr it’s cold outside in Northern Ireland

Well it’s the chance you take. If you find excursions other than the cruise ships, and you’re late back to the ship, oh well too bad so sad you’re on your own to get to the next port. But it’s… (more)

A Tour for Humanity: Revolutionary EcoMusic Visits New York

On February 18, 2014, a revolutionary musical exchange was witnessed by the packed audience of the Engleman Recital Hall of Baruch College. The genius of Fred Ho, internationally renowned Baritone saxophonist, was celebrated by a big band full of notable… (more)

Unhung Hero: A New Cultural Dictum

Following a failed marriage proposal seen on Youtube ’round the world, Patrick Moote was suddenly confronted with a life-long insecurity of the largest proportions: a “small” penis. In a society that promotes the bigger-is-better ideology at every level, Moote decided… (more)

Your App-y Place: The Peace App

Amidst a crowded train of iPhone and iPad users on match-3 games, running adventures, and video casino games, there may now be smart phoners and tablet aficionados tapping their way to peace. Minerva Endeavors, Inc. has launched the new Peace… (more)

Minus5: A Bar on the Rocks

Finding a chill spot in NY is hard enough, especially when the summer heat turns buildings into saunas and can offer three-egg omelettes on the sidewalk. But at Minus5 at the midtown Hilton, bar-goers seeking a cold one are in… (more)

The Art of the Brick: Legomania!

Unaware of the spectacle we were in for, we stood beside the open bar sampling pass-throughs of tuna tartare on crostinis and rice balls topped with chorizo and bacon. But before long, we were treated to an announcement by James… (more)

SHIPWRECK! A Thrilling Odyssey

I stood among enthusiastic city folk, a glass of Pinot Grigio from the open bar in hand, as the yearning notes of a lone concertina filled the downstairs of Discovery Times Square. Anxiously crunching on mini crab salad tacos, among… (more)

The Click Clique: Internet Week NY HQ’s Opening Party

The Metropolitan Pavilion underwent a decidedly digital makeover at the Internet Week kickoff party on Monday night. Between 7:30 and 11p.m., the upscale space more befitting an art gallery than an expo hall played webhost to dozens of startups, networks,… (more)

“No One Else” Sets BURNS Ablaze and Apart

With the release of the new single, “No One Else,” UK artist BURNS (featuring Until the Ribbon Breaks) has struck a balance between the worlds of R&B, crunk, dubstep, and house that offers listeners a musical equivalent of “Choose Your… (more)

MAD’s Elegant D.U.I. – Dance Under the Influence

Downstairs at the Museum of Arts and Design on Columbus Circle rests a cozy theatre adorned with red velvet seats, an undulating cloud of metal coins, and, on February 22nd and 23rd, another installment of their riveting dance series called… (more)