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#WeeklyColumn | Oct. 12 to Oct. 18 | It’s In Queens!

Queens King Richard III and Lakshmi, the Hindu Goddess of Light, are among major draws to Queens this week. When they are on break, expect them to enjoy some great jazz, big band, and traditional Irish music. They might also head to a harvest fest, dance explosion, and wine-and-chocolate Continue Reading

#NewsFlash | Free Lunch at the ‘Dine In Queens 2017’ Kick Off on Oct. 10

With local establishments offering free samples of their cuisine, the Queens Tourism Council will kick off its annual eating extravaganza, Dine In Queens 2017, at The Shops at Atlas Park in Glendale on Tuesday, Oct. 10, at noon. (Please note that this promotion used to Continue Reading

#MonthlyPicks | October’17 by Richard Mullings

Richard Mullings Local residents chime in on their favorite places to eat, learn, walk, and have fun. This month’s picks are by Richard Mullings.

Historic Feats:

Louis Armstrong’s former house, which is now a landmarked museum near 107th Street and 37th Avenue in Corona, is one of my
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#NewsFlash | Sing and dance in two languages with a Grammy winner at Flushing Town Hall

A Grammy-winning singer/songwriter wants to take families on a cultural journey through Latin America via language, music, and dance. Colombia native Andrés Salguero – whose artistic name is “123 Andrés” – is a veritable rock star among the four-to-10 age group. He will perform at Flushing Continue Reading

#PickoftheWeek | Watch the NYC Greek Film Fest in (where else?) Astoria

The mythology continues. The New York City Greek Film Festival will hit the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria’s Kaufman Arts District from Friday, Oct. 6, through Sunday, Oct. 8. It’s part of a larger extravaganza that runs through Oct. 15 at Continue Reading