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#NewsFlash | Reporter discusses roots of Muslim radicalization on Nov. 13

Queens What are they thinking? Souad Mekhennet, an award-winning reporter for the Washington Post, will discuss her new memoir about the radicalization of young Muslims, I Was Told to Come Alone: My Journey Behind the Lines of Jihad, at the Central Queens Y in Forest Hills on Continue Reading

#NewsFlash | Fast-rising Indian star to perform in Queens

The hottest singer in India right now is actually from Queens…and he’s about to offer a homecoming concert. Ben Parag will perform at the York College Performing Arts Center in Jamaica on Saturday, Nov. 11, at 5:30 pm. Tickets run from $20 to $100. Parag, who was born Continue Reading

#WeeklyPick | Film festival focuses on pressing Indian issues

It’s neither Hollywood nor Bollywood. An eight-film festival, entitled “India Kaleidoscope: Celebrating India’s Regional Cinema,” will screen at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria’s Kaufman Arts District from Thursday, Nov. 9, through Sunday, Nov. 12. (Opening night costs $30; all other tickets are $15.) Presented Continue Reading

#WeeklyColumn | Nov. 9 to Nov. 15 | It’s In Queens!

Queens How about some music? Gladys Knight, the moment’s hottest Indian crooner, a Broadway sensation, and harmony masters are in Queens this week. There’s also time for GingerBread Lane, classic films, and the Chimney Swift. Nov. 9, An Evening with Gladys Knight, 8 pm. Known as the Continue Reading

#NewsFlash | Fill — and refill and re-refill — your belly at Momo Crawl 2017 in Jackson Heights on Sunday

Great things come in small packages…many, many small packages in this case. The sixth annual Momo Crawl will delve into many nooks and crannies in Jackson Heights on Sunday, Nov. 5. Participants will eat (a lot), explore the neighborhood, vote on a winner, and watch various cultural performances. First Continue Reading