#WeeklyColumn | June 14 to June 20 | It’s In Queens!
Father’s Day is nearing, and Queens is prepared! After all, what dad wouldn’t love to attend a free, outdoor Kool & the Gang concert with his family? Jazz, the premiere of one-woman play, a mashup, Vladimir Putin, fashion, utopia, and huge puppets are also in town.
#NewsFlash | Three-day Flushing expo starts on June 15
One neighborhood. Three days. Countless opportunities.
Flushing’s World Fair will run from Friday, June 15, through Sunday, June 17.
Organized by Asian Americans for Equality, the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce, and NYC Small Business Services, this three-day expo includes a panel discussion, workshops, walking tours, food Continue Reading
#PickoftheWeek | Documentary on World Cup construction workers
World Cup 2018 begins in Russia on June 14, and the quadrennial men’s soccer competition will garner an incredible amount of attention, but what about the unsung heroes?
The Museum of the Moving Image will screen The Workers Cup a dozen times between Thursday, June 7, and Continue Reading
#WeeklyColumn | June 7 to June 11 | It’s In Queens!
Punjabi music, Jamaican dance, Ecuadorian culture, Chinese art, Polish film, and English tea. The diversity continues to amaze in Queens. Other upcoming events include a star-studded youth music festival, a film that goes behind the scenes of the World Cup, a celebration of Jackson Heights, Big Band, and Continue Reading
#MonthlyPicks | June 2018 by Israel Rocha Jr.
One of the great things about working at NYC Health +Hospitals/Elmhurst is the amazing food you can sample from many different cultures and parts of the world.
I love the soups at Casa Rivera Grocery on 82nd Street. I especially love the lentil soup—it’s light, Continue Reading