The Flushing BID is officially releasing the 2019 coupon book offering exclusive discounts at businesses located in Downtown Flushing. Over 60 participating businesses will be offering their discounts through this year’s coupon book, from restaurants to retailers, beauty services to professional services.
2019 Coupon Books are available for pick up at the Flushing BID kiosk. Consumers can also get a free copy by submitting mailing request on www.flushingbid.com
Titan closes its 10th Anniversary Season with the play that closed its inaugural season, Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Considered the greatest play ever written, Hamlet tells the story of a Prince caught between thought and action, anger and anguish, as his uncle assumes the throne left vacant by his murdered father. When visions of the deceased king start appearing, Prince Hamlet realizes there is, indeed, “something rotten in the state of Denmark,” and it is up to him, alone, to set it right. Starring Titan Co-founder and resident company member Laura Frye as Hamlet, Titan ends its milestone season in a thrilling way.
Celebrate spring down on the farm. Our children’s carnival kicks off our special event season. Tilt-A-Whirl in our orchard and enjoy carnival rides, hayrides & midway games.
Carnival rides included in admission. Height rules apply at all rides.
*** This event is a 2 weekend event, (April 6th and 7th) and (April 13th and 14th)
Central Astoria LDC is proud to bring you the 5th Annual Celebrate Astoria! International Cultural Fest.
Travel the World in one Day from Korea to Mexico!!
Come join us for this FREE event, as we come together to celebrate all the different cultures from around world in music and dance.
Sunday, April 14, 2019
From 12:00 – 5:00 pm.
Can’t wait to see you there!!!
The Central Astoria LDC along with Council Member Costa Constantinides are proud to present the 5th Annual Celebrate Astoria! International Cultural Fest!!!
Come join us for this free event and travel the world in a single day as we come together to celebrate different cultures from around the world through music and dance.
Sunday, April 14, 2019
From 12:00 – 5:00 pm
At the Street Fair on Steinway Street (bet. Broadway & 31st Avenue) Astoria, NY 11103
We look forward to seeing you there!!!
Many thanks to Council Member Costa Constantinides and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs for making this amazing event possible!
Join us as we once again honor the Holocaust survivors of our community by recreating the same Passover Seder held in 1946, the first to be held after World War II. Return with us to the DP camp of Munich as the survivors of the Holocaust come together to celebrate the holiday of Freedom, the Season of Deliverance.
Reserve your spot with a $14.00 per person donation to the QCC Fund, Inc./KHC Endowment. A copy of the 1946 Haggadah and a kosher meal will be provided to each guest. The program will be led by Rabbi Charles Agin with cantor.
Come journey with us —
Diane Block, violinist and Terry Batts, cellist, perform their new musical program which has proven most popular. They explore our common American experience through the lens of cinematic music: musical soundtracks from iconic films that resonate for all of us including Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, On the Waterfront, Peter Gunn, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, the Beatles’ A Hard Day’s Night and Help, and Chocolat.
Light refreshments served.
Join researcher and translators Eleanor Goodman and Chloe Garcia Roberts in discussing translated Chinese traditional and contemporary poems in connection to the themes of Home and Migration.
Eleanor Goodman is a Research Associate at the Harvard University Fairbank Center, and spent a year at Peking University on a Fulbright Fellowship. She has been an artist in residence at the American Academy in Rome and was awarded a Henry Luce Translation Fellowship from the Vermont Studio Center. Her first book of translations, Something Crosses My Mind: Selected Poems of Wang Xiaoni (Zephyr Press, 2014) was the recipient of a 2013 PEN/Heim Translation Grant and winner of the 2015 Lucien Stryk Prize. The book was also shortlisted for the International Griffin Prize. Her anthology Iron Moon, a translation of Chinese worker’s poetry (White Pine Press), was released in the spring of 2017, and was longlisted for the Best Translated Book Award of 2018. She is also the translator of The Roots of Wisdom: Poems by Zang Di (Zephyr, 2017) and Days When I Hide My Corpse in a Cardboard Box: Poems of Natalia Chan (Zephyr, 2018). Her first poetry book, Nine Dragon Island (Enclave/Zephyr, 2016), was a finalist for the Drunken Boat First Book Prize.
Chloe Garcia Roberts is also the translator of Li Shangyin’s Derangements of My Contemporaries: Miscellaneous Notes (New Directions), which was awarded a PEN/Heim Translation Fund Grant, as well as Cao Wenxuan’s children’s book, Feather (Archipelago Books/Elsewhere Editions), which was selected as a 2018 Outstanding International Book by the United States Board on Books for Young People (USBBY), and editor and contributing translator of the collected poems of Li Shangyin published in the NYRB Poets series. She is also the author of a book of poetry The Reveal (Noemi Press). Her translations have appeared in the publications BOMB, Boston Review and a A Public Space among others. She lives in Boston and is managing editor at Harvard Review.
Found In Translation is a series of three public events co-curated by Richard Newman in March-May 2019 at the Lewis Latimer House Museum (LLHM) that explores humanities topics and cultural themes of the Spanish, Chinese, and Korean communities and their diasporas. It brings published translators working in the three most common non-English languages spoken in Flushing, Queens to lead readings and discussions with the public. The translators and facilitator will use the selected books to connect to history or current affairs where those languages are spoken and engage the audience in conversations. Topics that the selected works will touch on include “home”, “migration”, and “gentrification”.
Sponsored by a Humanities New York Action Grant. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The Barricade Boys
This is the only New York appearance for this musical super group, featuring the finest male voices from London’s West End. British Broadcasting radio describes the group as “Il Divo meets Michael Bublé, with a touch of West End charm.” The common thread that brought these performers together is that each artist appeared in the musical phenomenon, Les Misèrables, on the West End, and in the musical drama film starring Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, and Anne Hathaway. Making their NY debut, the “boys” will perform some notable show tunes, and celebrate music recorded by some of the most iconic names in the music industry. Powerful ballads, beautiful arias and some of the best pop, rock and swing numbers of all time. First, Prince Harry married Meghan Markle, and now The Barricade Boys take on New York!