#PickoftheWeek | Two-day Queensboro Dance Festival to rock Queens Theatre
After presenting 26 diverse troupes at parks, libraries, and plazas over the past six months, the Queensboro Dance Festival will bid the season “a fond farewell” with a two-day extravaganza full of tremendous choreography and movement this weekend.
It’s also a bit of a debutante ball for an internationally Continue Reading
#WeeklyColumn | It’s In Queens! Oct. 11 to Oct. 17
Celebrity sex therapist Ruth Westheimer comes to Queens this week. Hopefully, she’s hungry as upcoming events include a beer festival, a cupcake run, a harvest festival, a pumpkin patch, and a concert called “A Piece of Cake.” There’s also plenty of dance, music, science, and an Indigenous People’s Continue Reading
#PickoftheWeek | Baroque bows, Flemish harpsichords, and real gut strings
It's time to party like it's 1599.
Queens Concert will present Carnival of the Baroque Animals at St. Mark’s Church in Jackson Heights on Saturday, Oct. 6, at 7 pm.
This ensemble, the borough’s first and only orchestra dedicated to Baroque Era music, will offer works that describe Continue Reading
#PickoftheWeek | Dumplings Galore! Momo Crawl 2018 is on Sunday
Trick-or-Treat comes early in Queens … and the treats are deliciously savory.
Momo Crawl 2018 is set for Jackson Heights on Sunday, Oct. 7.
After meeting in Diversity Plaza at 1 pm, intrepid eaters will walk (or crawl) to more than 20 restaurants that serve a steamed Continue Reading