#KidsCorner | Fun festivals, piano for youngsters, printmaking
Twist & Sprout on June 11 at noon.This family-friendly event is about healthy eating and exercise. Enjoy cooking demonstrations, bouncy houses, herb-potting, fruit-and-veggie crafts, and live music. Meet medical experts from NewYork-Presbyterian Queens, curl up with a book in the Queens Mobile Library, Continue Reading
#PickoftheWeek | Enjoy National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters on Friday
It takes a great band with a great leader to properly honor a great composer.
Jimmy Heath, a National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master, will lead the Queens Jazz Orchestra in a loving musical tribute to another National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master, Sonny Continue Reading
#WeeklyColumn | June 8 – June 14 | It’s In Queens!
Music maestro! Actually, music is mucho in the borough this week. The big names include New York Pops, The Chainsmokers, George Clinton, and the Queens Symphony Orchestra. The genres include jazz, country, hip hop, classical, funk, and big band. Don't forget the fashion show, bicycle parade, and International Continue Reading
#MonthlyPicks | June’17 by John Choe
Local residents chime in on their favorite places to eat, learn, walk, and have fun. This month’s picks are by John Choe. Amazing history, world-class cuisine, and unique cultural diversity make Flushing the must-see destination for New Yorkers and out-of- towners.
#PickoftheWeek | A Grecian rock opera with love, war and awesome costumes
Anthony and Cleopatra? Romeo and Juliet? No, Vladimir and Anna are in love this time.
Porphyra: A Grecian Rock Opera brings romance to Flushing Town Hall this weekend. Fun, tragic, emotional, triumphant, Porphyra takes audiences on a wild-and-crazy trek through the Dark Ages, from the triumphs Continue Reading