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#WeeklyColumn | Jan. 6 – Jan. 12

The new year begins with new art, film, virtual reality experiences, video games, and a Korean rock concert. Plus, annual traditions such as MulchFest and candlelight tours return. Here’s the rundown. Jan. 6, SsingSsing: Korean Folk Songs meet Rock, 8 pm. Six Korean musicians join creative forces Continue Reading

#KidsCorner | A Charlie Brown Christmas in Queens

A stage version of A Charlie Brown Christmas is currently showing at The Secret Theater. A musical adapted from the classic television special, Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and other main figures from Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts comic strip sing, dance, and wax philosophically about the Continue Reading

#PickoftheWeek | Watch the best movies of 2016

They made a list and checked it twice. Now they want to share it with the naughty and the nice. The Museum of the Moving Image will present Curators’ Choice from Dec. 30 to Jan. 8. This annual series screens the 10 best and most adventurous films Continue Reading

#WeeklyColumn | Dec. 29 – Jan. 4

Christmas is over. Hanukkah lives on. New Year’s Eve is approaching. And the youngsters are on break. Queens greets these facts with enrichment and educational activities, concerts, movies, great food, and bingo. Here’s the rundown. Dec. 29, Pre-New Year’s Eve Concert, 8 pm. The Queensboro Symphony Orchestra Continue Reading

#KidsCorner | Double dutch, step dancing, hoops, and a huge menorah

Youngsters of all ages can take part in the 25th annual Double Dutch Tournament at Sorrentino Recreation Center on Tuesday, Dec. 27, from 9 am to 4 pm. This Far Rockaway venue is the home of the world champion Stan’s Pepper Steppers, who have been featured Continue Reading