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#PickoftheWeek | Celebrate Chuck Berry’s Birthday

Chuck Berry The legend lives on. The Museum of the Moving Image presents a tribute screening of Chuck Berry: Hail! Hail! Rock ‘n’ Roll at Redstone Theater in the main venue in Astoria's Kaufman Arts District on Sunday, April 9, at 7 pm. The two-hour documentary shows scenes from two 60th Continue Reading

#WeeklyColumn | April 6 – April 12 | It’s In Queens!

Queens National Poetry Month is on and many Queens schools are off. The borough responds with various open mics, a brick fest, Shakespeare doubled, food, film, art openings, and of course, Rubber Band Man. April 6, National Poetry Month Celebration, 6:30 pm. Learn about this month's history, enjoy Continue Reading

#MonthlyPicks | April’17 by Maria Lisella

Maria Lisella Local residents chime in on their favorites place to eat, learn, walk, and have fun. This month's picks are by Maria Lisella.

Historic Feats: 

One of the first stories I pitched to Travel + Leisure magazine was about the Isamu Noguchi Museum. Back then, this corner of
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#Newsflash | Free screening of documentary on local jazz great

Documentary He’s the greatest musician that you never heard. Flushing Town Hall presents a free screening of the documentary Night Bird Song: The Incandescent Life of Thomas Chapin on Saturday, April 1, at 7 pm. A Q&A with Emmy-winning filmmaker Stephanie J. Castillo and her co-producer/co-writer, Noel M. Continue Reading

#PickoftheWeek | Hip hop explosion at Queens Theatre

Hip Hop Forget cheese steaks, this is a real Philly treat. Rennie Harris Puremovement will offer three shows at Queens Theatre this weekend. As such, members of the world’s first and longest-running touring hip hop company will pop, lock, spin, break, step, jump, and glide across the stage in Continue Reading