#PickoftheWeek | Watch eye-catching electroluminescent magic in Queens on Sunday!
First everything goes dark. Then, the electroluminescence takes over.
Lightwire Theater, a New Orleans-based troupe that mixes acting with technology, will offer two presentations of A Very Electric Christmas at Queens Theatre in Flushing Meadows Corona Park on Sunday, Nov. 26, at 1 pm and again Continue Reading
#WeeklyColumn | Nov. 24 to Nov. 29 | It’s In Queens!
Queens is the perfect place to recover from a turkey overdose and prepare for more holiday fun with everything from special family programs to A Christmas Carol. Enjoy R&B, a food stroll, electroluminescent artistry, a storytelling contest, the Women’s Suffrage Movement, and fully articulated declarative dancing.
#PickoftheWeek | Nine screenings of documentary on New York Public Library
Enjoy countless books without worrying about late fees.
The Museum of the Moving Image will offer nine screenings of the newly released documentary Ex Libris: The New York Public Library in Astoria’s Kaufman Arts District between Friday, Nov. 17, and Sunday, Nov. 26. Tickets are $15.
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#NewsFlash | Sunnyside celebrates season with bargain booklets, vintage trolleys and The Nutcracker
'Tis the season to celebrate in Sunnyside with bargains, trolley rides, music, and free candy canes.
First, there's the Sunnyside Shines Shop Local Holiday Passport. This booklet is filled with discounts for shopping at more than 40 local businesses, including restaurants, beauty and nail salons, shoe Continue Reading
#WeeklyColumn | Nov. 16 to Nov. 22 | It’s In Queens!
Debbie Boone, the Dumpling Queen, and Frida Kahlo’s soul mate are among the big names in the borough this week. But the borough also presents a zero-waste Thanksgiving, a flesh-eating plant, a Chinese performance artist, holiday bargains, new takes on old classics, and El Paquete.
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