Down The Boulevard

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Boulevard featured an interview Bob Odenkirk and Michael McKean from Better Call Saul (Photo by Ursula Coyote/Sony Pictures Television)

Anton Media Group’s Boulevard magazine brought Long Islanders onto the Manhattan scene with a taste of fine dining, Broadway shows and music mania.

Readers also tuned in to peruse popular televisions shows, high fashion and be envious of some serious wanderlust.

Boulevard interviewed Christy Altomare and Derek Klena from Broadway’s Anastasia (Photo by Matthew Murphy)

Chazz Palminteri discussed his famous project, A Bronx Tale, which made the leap to Broadway in December 2016 and the much anticipated debut of Anastasia hit the Great White Way with dazzling costumes, songs, dance and a journey to the past about the legendary Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia. Readers also learned about singer-songwriter Carole King’s life and why the story of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical still resonates with many theatergoers three years later. We also wandered Off Broadway with the smash hit musical Cagney, about everyone’s favorite toe-tapping gangster.

Boulevard relaxed under the sun on the Caribbean isle St. Lucia (Photo by Viceroy Hotels and Resorts, Sugar Beach)

Trips to Manhattan also highlighted the elite Explorer’s Club, which promotes the exploration of land, sea, air and space and the beloved bookstore; The Strand, featuring the rare book collection and coveted designer libraries and the creative satisfaction that came from the Rolling Stones exhibition. A plane ride away, the island of St. Lucia had readers running for their passports as we explored the Caribbean jewel at Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort.

We spoke to Misty Copeland about her incredible career as a prima ballerina (Photo by Henry Leutwyler)

Cyndi Lauper, Idina Menzel and Paul Shaffer sang to their own tunes, honing their chops in the studio and on Broadway while Food Network favorites Geoffrey Zakarian and Marcus Samuelsson invited Boulevard to the tables of their eateries, and Harlem’s Red Rooster is worth more than a reservation. Anne Rice, Curtis Granderson, Isaac Mizrahi and Misty Copeland left us starstruck, but also reminded us that they are truly down to earth people and humanitarians.

Class was in session for the hit show Teachers, a punchy thought-provoking comedy about the lives of educators. And you better believe that Better Call Saul was given print space for its third season of screen time with Michael McKean and Bob Odenkirk.

We spoke to Lisa Sallie, whose passion is re-homing ex-racing greyhounds. (Photos by Grateful Greyhounds)

Championing our four legged-friends, PRAI Cosmetics and Grateful Greyhounds shone light on the importance of animal welfare and our publisher Angela Susan Anton’s social diary was packed with charitable events, luncheons and galas, benefiting various organizations and raising money for those in need.

Find it all and more at boulevardthemagazine.com.

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Jennifer Fauci is the managing editor of Long Island Weekly, Anton Media Group's award-winning special sections and Anton’s local magazines. Her passion for literature, travel and the arts lend to the unique content in her publications. In her time at Anton, she has received first place in the Folio Awards, second place for the NYPA awards and is the recipient of six PCLI awards.

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