#NewsFlash | The Dance Theatre of Harlem comes to Queens
A world-renowned ballet company will offer some magical choreography to a special Queens commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy on Sunday, Jan. 20.
Dance Theatre of Harlem will perform at Queens College’s Colden Auditorium at 4 p.m., and as part of a program, Continue Reading
#PickoftheWeek | Talavya offers high-energy Indian percussion concert on Jan. 25
The goal is to tell stories through improvisation, creativity, and personal expression. The result is music for the feet, mind, and soul.
Talavya will present “Tabla Ecstasy” at Flushing Town Hall on Friday, Jan. 25, at 8 pm.
Known as “the global ambassadors for Indian percussion,” this Continue Reading
#MonthlyPicks | January 2019 by José Alvarez
There's nothing like a warm, fresh Colombian pastry with your coffee in the morning. Seba Seba Bakery has dozens ─ from Almojábanas to Deditos ─ served fresh all day from branches in Jackson Heights and Corona. For lunch, try 969 NYC Continue Reading
#PickoftheWeek | It’s ‘Center of Attention’ Time
It’s an in-depth, monthly look into a sculpture's heart and soul.
The Noguchi Museum will host the next Center of Attention, a guided conversation about a displaying work of art, on Sunday, Jan. 13, at 3:30 p.m.
Employees and patrons will study and discuss “Continue Reading
#WeeklyColumn | It’s In Queens! Jan. 10 to Jan. 16
The zombies are still alive and kicking this week. Ditto for the human art pieces! The borough also hosts world premieres, tap dance, jazz, birds, Japanese sculpture, and Chinese everything.
Jan. 10, Thursday Night Jazz Series, 8 pm. Bassist, composer, scholar, and cross-disciplinary collaborator Nick Continue Reading