Taiwanese orchids, Australian female surfers, Chinese mythology, German-Peruvian film, and local fashion are ready to rock Queens this week. Other options are boundary-pushing theater, outdoor entertainment, wind chimes, and tea parties. Here’s the rundown of events in Queens.
Aug. 11-21, 2016 UNfringed Festival, many shows. This annual Continue Reading
#NewsFlash | Dragon boats to make splash in Meadow Lake all weekend
Row, row, row your boat…and enjoy food, dancing, music, and martial arts presentations.
The 26th annual Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival will take place in Flushing Meadows Corona Park this weekend. Scheduled for 9 am to 5 pm on both days, more than 180 teams (consisting of Continue Reading
Jackson Heights is home to NYC’s largest South American and South Asian communities. This gives me the luxury to experience a variety of world cuisines at any time! Delicias Colombianas is my daily go-to- place for coffee and Colombian bread. My favorites are the ones filled with guava Continue Reading
#WeeklyColumn | July 28 – August 3, 2016
There’s a “series of series” this week, as local venues host multi-day concerts, dance competitions, Shakespeare plays, outdoor movies, cocktail workshops, and even dancetherapy.
July 28, SummerStage Lyfe Jennings, 7 pm. This R&B star is expected to sing hits from his sixth album, Tree of Lyfe. Free. Continue Reading