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#PickoftheWeek | Two-day festival celebrates Holland’s holidays

Onderdonk Spend two days at a Dutch wonderland with a historic twist. The New Amsterdam Festival will take place at the Onderdonk House in Ridgewood from 11 am to 9 pm on both upcoming weekend days (April 29-30). Participants can expect circus performances, a beer tent (bier garten), the MaMas Continue Reading

#WeeklyColumn | April 27 – May 3 | It’s In Queens!

Queens Beat Cabin Fever with cherry blossoms, an arbor fest, walking food tours, outdoor art, organized runs, and even Victorian flashbacks. Or stay indoors for live music, tap dancing, and a fascinating film on Turkish cats. April 27, Queens Symphony Orchestra, 7 pm. Live Jazz. Free. Our Lady of Continue Reading

#KidsCorner | Tulips, circus + the Mother of all Expos

KidsCorner Hop over to the free Spring Fling at St. Albans Park (Merrick Boulevard and 169th Street) on April 22 from noon to 4 pm. The whole family will enjoy inflatables, carnival games, crafts, an Easter egg hunt, pony rides, music, face painting, Zumba, and more. Learn how Continue Reading

#ICYMI | Mystic and Glamorous Exhibit Revives Time-Honored Art Tradition

Flushing Town Hall An ancient art form is the inspiration for a brand new exposition at Flushing Town Hall. Three contemporary artists -- Joy Rock, Chang Ho Kang, and Seoung Jo Hyun – will display paintings that they created with the spirit and traditional techniques that were en vogue during the Goryeo Continue Reading

#WeeklyColumn | April 20 – April 26 | It’s In Queens!

Earth Day is coming, and as to be expected, the best celebrations are in Queens. The borough also hosts Buddhist art, Caribbean theater, Baroque music, wacky dance, tulip blooms, and the Mother of All Expos. April 20, Opening Reception: Hopscotch, 6 pm. Six artists -- Michael Blake, Continue Reading