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#WeeklyColumn | October 6 – October 12, 2016

Van Morrison, Bette Midler, Doug E. Fresh, and Biz Markie are coming. So are ravens, owls, and an underpants-stealing squirrel. Good thing there’s plenty of pumpkin giveaways, cider-making, and free admission at a great museum. Here’s the rundown. Oct. 6, Equal Means Equal, 7 pm. A documentary Continue Reading

#MonthlyPicks | October’16 by Laurence Winston

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One might walk past 97-20 Rockaway Beach Blvd. without noticing Playland Grill, as it doesn’t stand out aesthetically, but those fortunate to stop and dine at this hidden Rockaway gem definitely won’t be disappointed. Located inside Playland Motel, this restaurant popped up after a lot
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QTC Pick of the Week: World Maker Faire at New York Hall of Science

Get ready for humanoid robots, automated trashcans, and the orbital rendersphere. The seventh annual World Maker Faire -- which has been described as “The Ultimate Geek Fest” and “The Nerd Hajj” -- will take place at the New York Hall of Science on Oct. 1 Continue Reading

#WeeklyColumn | September 29 – October 5, 2016

The Maker Faire, Kanye West, and Oktoberfest are part of another great week in Queens that includes the Last Mambo King, a Bessie-winning dancer, Pete the Cat, and the Saw Lady. Sept. 29, Caleb Teicher & Company: Variations, 7:30 pm. World premiere of Bessie-winning performer Caleb Teicher’s Continue Reading

#NewsFlash | Queens shows its intellectual side next week

“Never stop learning because life never stops teaching,” a wise person once said. In this vein, Queens hosts some tremendous educational enrichment activities over the next few days with literature, theater, and politics leading the way. On Sept. 26, Russian-American journalist Masha Gessen will discuss her new book, Where Continue Reading