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#InTheLoop | Our annual ice cream parlor list

Let's not waste time with a long introduction. Here's the list! Eddie’s Sweet Shop: Old-fashioned soda fountain with counter stools dating to 1920s. Homemade ice cream and massive sundaes. 105-29 Metropolitan Ave., Forest Continue Reading

#PickoftheWeek | Watch a horror film made from YouTube clips

The creative mind is mind-blowing. Penny Lane, an award-winning filmmaker, will watch and discuss her new work, “The Pain of Others,” as part of a Museum of the Moving Image series on Saturday, Aug. 18, at 4 pm. The 71-minute piece is entirely sourced from first-person YouTube Continue Reading

#WeeklyColumn | It’s In Queens! Aug. 16 to Aug. 22

Orchids bloom in Flushing. Sculptures pop up all over Long Island City. Poetry takes Astoria. And ice cream chills Jamaica. Nice week in Queens, eh? Don’t forget egg roll-making, honey-harvesting, and autism-friendly activities. Aug. 16, Mozart Requiem, 7:30 pm. Local conductors lead an open performance with Continue Reading

#PickoftheWeek | Queens hosts country’s biggest Dragon Boat festival

Row, row, row your boat…or hang out on the shore and watch tremendous sports drama while enjoying top-notch food, dance, music, and martial arts. The Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival will take place in Flushing Meadows Corona Park over both upcoming weekend days from 9 am Continue Reading

#InTheLoop | Great world music at first-ever Global Mashup for Kids

Flushing Town Hall has launched a youth movement. The venerable performance space will present Global Mashup for Kids: Elena Moon Park and Sonia De los Santos on Sunday, Aug. 12, at 1 pm. This fun-filled afternoon will celebrate children’s folk music from East Asia and Latin America, Continue Reading