Oct 10 2018 – Jan 10 2019 all-day
12:00 am
New 2018 Artist Co-Op exhibition at Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning opens next Thursday. JCAL’s Artist Co-Op is an annual exhibition featuring emerging and mid-career artists from around the borough of Queens and NYC. The goal of the exhibition seeks to reflect the diversity, talent, and quality of work in the Visual Arts of Queens.
Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning (JCAL)
Oct 23 @ 9:00 pm – 10:30 pm
9:00 pm
Tyrannosaurs is a free weekly comedy show hosted by Randall Otis, Jamie Wolf, and Leland Long. Every week we bring you some of the best comics in New York as well as comics from all over the world just passing through. Every week we stylize and diversify the lineup so that every show has a
RaR Bar
7:30 pm
Adam Gulley and Paul Dagliolo are back in the speakeasy at The Astorian with their live comedy series, Backsplash. This month’s lineup: Anthony Devito—as seen on The Colbert Show Gianmarco Soresi–from Caroline’s Breakout Artist Comedy Series Pranav Behari–from SiriusXM Lawrence Deloach—from CBS Sports 5$ at the door…two for one on Eventbrite The Studio Bar at
The Astorian
9:00 am
Bayside Historical Society’s annual Totten Trot is on a waterfront course in historic Fort Totten Park on Little Neck Bay, a pristine stretch surrounding a preserved Civil War fortress. The Fort is situated in Bayside, Queens, where the Long Island Sound meets the East River at the Throgs Neck Bridge. The start and finish are
Bayside Historical Society
Nov 2 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
7:30 pm
Savoy! Dancing through the Swing Era takes the audience on a journey through the swing era by following its main character, Lillian Carlyle, an aspiring dancer from Hollywood. The show features authentic jazz music by Big Band greats such as Duke Ellington and Benny Goodman, vintage fashions from ‘20s, ‘30s and ‘40s, and, most importantly,
Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning
Nov 8 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
8:00 pm
Sasha Berliner is a musician, composer, producer, and band leader from San Francisco, CA. Sasha started playing drums at eight years old. She pursued a jazz emphasis at her high school, Oakland School for the Arts, where she picked up the vibraphone at age 13. At the age of 14, she was commissioned to lead
Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning