After a long, tough election season, the borough relaxes with gingerbread villages, environmental art, Korean movies, garbage (yes, garbage), Japanese folk art, and a pajama party. Here’s the rundown.
Nov. 10, Thursday Jazz Night, 8 pm. Neo Jazz artist Veronica Nunn performs as part of an ongoing Continue Reading
#NewsFlash | ¡Azúcar! The History of Salsa
This is the fun way to study history.
Cali Salsa Pal’ Mundo presents La Historia de la Salsa at Sunnyside’s Thalía Spanish Theatre from November 4 until December 11. The audience can expect a high-energy mix of mesmerizing dance moves, intoxicating percussion, and infectious rhythm. (Grooving in Continue Reading
#NewsFlash | A President from Queens
Letter from the Executive Director + Upcoming programs.
Think about it...a president from Queens. It's never happened, but it would be so cool! The closest we came was First Lady Nancy Reagan, who spent her toddler years in Flushing before relocating to Maryland.
I'm thinking of what a president from Continue Reading
#MonthlyPicks | November’16 by Cody Herrmann
A little recent history. In 2007, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced the redevelopment of Willets Point which would create a mall, parking lot, and affordable housing to be developed by the owners of the Mets/Citi Field. The plan includes the still-ongoing task of evicting, demolishing, and Continue Reading
QTC Pick of the Week: Award-winning documentaries and classic Japanese films
One of the greatest actors and one of the greatest documentarians of all time are coming to Queens this week.
On Nov. 5, Japanese star Tatsuya Nakadai, who has been in more than 130 films, is at the Museum of the Moving Image, starting at 3:30 pm. Continue Reading