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#WeeklyColumn | It’s In Queens! | May 17 to May 23

It’s another “Pity Amazon” week with fantastic fun all around the borough. Staples like live music, dance, and theater get some serious enhancement with nerd comedy, art tours, plenty of food, a book festival, and even a 50th anniversary fete of the moon landing. May Continue Reading

#PickoftheWeek | One-man play explores fame, fortune + other dilemmas

It’s a rags-to-riches-to-regret story. Queens Theatre presents “Relic, or, I was Bubbie’s Favorite by Joel Feinman” nine times between Friday, May 10, and Sunday, May 26. This outrageous comedy explores celebrity, idolatry, religion, and coping with one’s inheritance via an out-of-work actor who finds one of Continue Reading

InTheLoop | Rockaway Exhibition Recalls 100th Anniversary of the First Transatlantic Flight

Lt. Commander Albert Cushing Read and a five-man crew took off from the Rockaway Naval Air Station in a U.S. Navy Seaplane NC-4, referred to as a “flying boat" at the time, on May 8, 1919. Six stops and 23 days later, they landed in Plymouth, England, and Continue Reading

#WeeklyColumn | It’s In Queens! | May 10 to May 16

The beat goes on…and on…and on! Sweet sounds are everywhere this week with the Queens New Music Festival’s return, a symphonic concert, an LGBTQ orchestra, bird song, and something described as “solar sound.” Greek cinema, Jewish comedy, modern dance, and Marionette puppets are also in town. Continue Reading

#PickoftheWeek | A delicious Syrian feast in Jackson Heights

Here’s the chance to take a culinary and spiritual trip to Syria while experiencing the Jackson Heights food scene and meeting Queens residents. The next Queens Dinner Club “meeting” will be a multi-course, Ramadan-style feast with everything from tamarind rose iced tea to crispy filo Continue Reading