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#PickoftheWeek | Shakespeare has double vision

Shakespeare Should we call him “the Bard of Queens? William Shakespeare will be the talk of the town for the next few weeks as two of his plays unfold on local stages. Titan Theatre Company will present Twelfth Night at Queens Theatre from March 24 through April 9. The Continue Reading

#KidsCorner | Springtime fun includes a carousel, fun run, Taiko music + gardening

KidsCorner On your marks, get set, go to the Kids of Queens Run on March 25 at 9 am. Sign up online and meet at the Unisphere in Flushing Meadows Corona Park for this free, friendly, two-mile race. It's organized by Queens Distance Runners, the same group that Continue Reading

#WeeklyColumn | March 23 – March 29

It's In Queens It’s a monster week! Queens Marathon returns. Shakespeare starts two runs. Russian National Ballet performs. Two symphonic orchestras start their seasons. And some wacky art gets wackier. March 23, King Lear, April 9. Using plenty of poetic license, this version shows King Lear at the onset of Continue Reading

#Newsflash | Learn about old-fashioned witchcraft and its hysteria at King Manor Museum

King Manor Museum It was the trial of the century. Stony Brook University professor Tara Rider will present a lecture, The Devil in New York: The Witchcraft Trial of Goody Garlick, at Jamaica's historic King Manor Museum on Sunday, March 19, at 2 p.m. Admission is free, but attendees are Continue Reading

#KidsCorner | Fun for the brain, eyes, fingers + inner artist

KidsCorner Put your noggin to work during Brain Awareness Day at the New York Hall of Science (47-01 111th St., Corona) this Friday, March 17, from 2 pm to 4:30 pm. Explore exhibits, activities, and demonstrations that bring neuroscience to life and explain how the brain functions. Continue Reading