Archive for March, 2017


by Sam Juliano

This past week as announced on the previous post Wonders in the Dark passed the four million level on page views after eight and a half years in existence.  This is a great honor for Allan Fish and the many writers who have rocked these halls in every capacity.  There are no plans to end this party anytime soon, so as some have noted we must keep on keepin’ on!  Thank you to all for your support and insights for this incredible ride!

March weather.  Twenty degrees one day and 60 another.  This has been the propensity in the NYC metropolitan area anyway.  The Tribeca Film Festival has announced their lineup for next month’s festival.  Lucille and I are readying for our annual marathon, and I’ll have the full coverage here at the site.

This past week we saw two films in the theaters though several others at home, including some 2016 repeats.  We saw: (more…)

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Allan Fish and I launched our arts site WONDERS IN THE DARK in September of 2008, and today after eight years and six months we have passed FOUR MILLION page views!!! I am so proud of this remarkable achievement and of the superlative work done by Allan, Jim Clark, James Uhler, Joel Bocko, Maurizio Roca, Dean Treadway, Dee Dee,  J.d. Lafrance, Pierre de Plume, John Grant, Patricia Perry, Dennis Polifroni, Bob Clark, Jaimie Grijalba, Barry Germansky, Duane Porter, John Greco, Jon Warner, Stephen Mullen, Sachin Gandhi, Marilyn and Rod, Robert Hornak, Brian Wilson, Judy Geater, Laurie Buchanan, Terrill Welch, Patricia Hamilton, Bobby J., Mark Smith, Brandie Ashe, Aaron West, Adam Ferenz, Peter M., Shubhajit, Mark Smith, Marco Tremble, Kaleem Hasan, Jeffrey Goodman,  Celeste Fenster, Peter Lenihan, stephen Russell Gebbet, Samuel Wilson, Camolas, Anuk Bavkist, Ed Howard, Lucille and Melanie Julianoand the many others who have written for the site over the years during the many film countdowns. We went over the top today because of well over 4,000 views from France. I’ve yet to discover why the French were all over the site today, but I love it! WitD covers film, music, opera, theater and books, and is framed by a weekly Monday Morning Diary.

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