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#NewsFlash | Take a Photo with Sarah Claus, Enjoy Locally Made Chocolate

It’s well-known that Queens is the most diverse county in the United States. The Made In Queens store in Long Island City will celebrate this distinction while spreading holiday cheer on Saturday, Dec. 17, from noon to 2 pm. And as part of the fun, Continue Reading

#WeeklyColumn | Dec. 15 – Dec. 21, 2016

The word “holiday” helps describe upcoming plays, concerts, markets, screenings, and even solstice celebrations. Non-seasonal options include Paul Taylor, Jeff Timmons, Indonesian music, Mexican dance, and kite-flying. Dec. 15, Found and Funky Opening Reception, 6 pm. Michael Kelly Williams draws inspiration from objects in the Materials for Continue Reading

#KidsCorner | Japanese crochet, Kwanzaa, Icetravaganza

The Japanese cultural center Resobox debuts its third Amigurumi exhibition on Friday, Dec 9. Bring the whole family to enjoy this beautiful display and learn more about the art of knitting and crocheting small animal figures. The opening reception is on Dec. 9, from 7 pm Continue Reading

#PickoftheWeek | Join the Queens Dinner Club for Tibetan cuisine in Jackson Heights

The Queens Dinner Club continues its world cuisine tour with a night of hearty, spicy Tibetan food in Jackson Heights. The informal, open-to-all group will trek to Phayul Restaurant on Monday, Dec. 12, at 7:30 pm. Located next to an eyebrow-threading salon on the second floor at Continue Reading

#WeeklyColumn | Dec. 8 – Dec. 14, 2016

Can Ebenezer Scrooge be at two local theaters at the same time? Find out this week while also enjoying great food, countless holiday concerts, a historic house tour, James Baldwin, W.C. Fields, and Martin Scorsese. Here’s the rundown. Dec. 8, India Kaleidoscope Film Festival, Dec. 11. Seven Continue Reading