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#MonthlyPicks | July ’16 by Sarah Liu

Good Eats:

One of my favorite places in all of NYC is Sushi Time at 72-42 Austin Street in Forest Hills. I have been there many, many times and have never been unsatisfied with anything I ordered. The space is tiny with only a few tables and a few seats
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#WeeklyColumn | June 30 – July 6, 2016

June 30 to July 6:

Forest Hills High School grad Paul Simon returns to his old stomping grounds for two outdoor concerts this week. He’s in great company with such other legends as Louis Armstrong, Katherine Hepburn, art installation expert Mohammed Fayaz, tea ceremony master Johnny Fogg, Julio of
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#WeeklyColumn | June 23 – 29, 2016

June 23 to June 29:

Dolly Parton competes with the Ramones, the Grateful Dead, Citizen Kane, a huge flower festival, and the borough’s biggest outdoor festival this week. Live music, senior theater, and a sleepover are also in the mix. Here’s the rundown. June 23, Brick Fest Live, through June
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#WeeklyColumn | June 16 – 22, 2016

Credit: Kimberly Phyfe

June 16 to June 22:

  It looks like the busiest week ever! Internationally famous musicians such as Mumford and Sons, Disclosure, and Mobb Deep come to town this week. They meet strong competition from Brick Fest, a fashion event, a solstice celebration, four symphony concerts, Haitian writers, Guyanese independence,
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#WeeklyColumn | June 9 – 15, 2016

June 9 to June 15:

Queens is the most diverse county in the United States, with more than half of its residents hailing from a foreign country. So this upcoming week of events is typical. Consider the following: British deejays, Greek short stories, Korean and Indian film, Syrian and
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