Northeast Times

 Articles by Rita Charleston


Staying Power

More than four decades after the start of her durable career, Buffy Sainte-Marie still sends a message with her music and her activism.


The Jersey boy’s back in town

He was just 11 years old when his parents sent him off to a sports-focused overnight camp that little Brad Weinstock didn’t particularly like.


Actor Stutts enjoys being a Coward

Acting wasn’t Will Stutts’ first career choice.


Jackie Evanco: Singer's talent takes her to Atlantic City

Her strong desire to perform was sparked after seeing the film version of The Phantom of the Opera.


Actress happy to have coveted role in ‘King and I’

She’s been cast in The King and I, a show that’s always been one of her favorites, and in a role she’s always wanted to play.


From soaps to Gypsy

All the world’s a stage for soap star Robert Newman, who will have a long engagement at the Bristol Riverside Theatre.


O’Reilly and Miller team up for Borgata show

Bill O’Reilly, godfather of “no spin” and in-your-face television, and Dennis Miller, five-time Emmy Award winner and the king of references and rants, are teaming up at the Borgata in Atlantic City on Saturday Nov. 26, for their Bolder and Fresher Tour.


Timeless tunes from Tony Bennett

The show opened with Antonia Bennett, Tony Bennett’s daughter, taking the stage and singing her rendition of a half-dozen jazz standards, including Embraceable You, Lady and the Tramp and ’S Wonderful.


Charlie Murphy doesn’t need Eddie for a job reference

Although Charlie Murphy has appeared in countless films since the late 1980s, toured in many countries, and even gained a name for himself after his appearances on The Dave Chappelle Show, there’s no denying that there are still people out there who think of him only as Eddie Murphy’s older brother.