My Thoughts and Prays during Hurricane Sandy

My Thoughts and Prays during Hurricane Sandy
November 8, 2012

As most of you all know most of my time is spent in NY as well as NJ in places such as Asbury Park. A town that has not only given me their support but also their city, boardwalk and buildings to showcase my work and craft as well as to bring others in to showcase their work and talents. A place that i love to call home. When i am not out and about i reside in Belmar NJ. 11th Ave. one block in from the beach… What i have witnessed in the last 2 weeks is something i would have never thought my eyes would see. The places i would walk, go to the beach, spend my summer months the places where I grew up or where my Uncle or aunts or grandparents use to take me on a weekday afternoon as a child … Gone.. Wiped out … [Read more...]

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Joe Sernio and The Asbury Park Boardwalk

The Asbury Park Boardwalk Shines its Light on BRIGHTNESS. A new cultural paradigm of live theater that transcends urban space and modern storytelling.

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Asbury Park, NJ (July 24, 2012) -The Asbury Park arts experience will continue to grow as APBoardwalk begins a focused initiative to bring even more original and engaging art, in all forms, to the Asbury Park Waterfront. APBoardwalk announces the opening of “Brightness”, a party-play, on Thursday, August 9, 2012 with a limited engagement running through August 26. Paratroupe, the producer of “Brightness”, is a theater company that’s the brainchild of a group of creative, young New York-based actors and writers aiming to make immersive theatre and to create experiences that could never be simulated on a screen. [Read more...]

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Joe Sernio wins The Robert Pastorelli 2011 Rising Star Award for Acting

Joe Sernio wins The Robert Pastorelli 2011 Rising Star Award for Acting. Ninth annual Garden State Film Festival wraps up with awards & Actor  Joe Sernio Take Home The Big One.

After 150 films were seen by an estimated 30,000 people in and around Asbury Park this weekend, the ninth annual Garden State Film Festival wrapped up with a gala awards dinner Sunday night at the English Manor. [Read more...]

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