#InTheLoop | The Kew Gardens Festival of Cinema Is Back!
It’s a win-win situation with Hollywood flair. Enjoy features, web series, and music videos while also supporting the local independent film scene.
The second annual Kew Gardens Festival of Cinema will screen movies at two locations -- Queens Museum in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, and United Continue Reading
She’s a grandmother, businesswoman, and HIV-prevention activist. But she’s also a singer, model, actress, disco queen, fashion icon, and unrepentant rebel.
The Museum of the Moving Image will screen the documentary “Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bambi” three times this weekend.
Along with clips of epic performances of Continue Reading
#PickoftheWeek | Eat your way through Forest Park on Saturday
Here’s another example of the borough’s incredible food scene.
Professional urban naturalist Wildman Steve Brill will lead a walking/foraging tour through Forest Park on Saturday, July 28, at 9 a.m.
Organized in partnership with Friends of the QueensWay, the roughly two-hour trek will wind Continue Reading
#WeeklyColumn | July 26 to Aug. 1 | It’s In Queens!
The “outdoor fun” is getting out of hand. In addition to the regular music, dance, and film, this week features hip hop pioneer (and Queens native) Ralph McDaniels, Native American rituals, Full Moon drumming, beer, and urban foraging. Get out!
July 26, Honoring the First People Continue Reading