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#InTheLoop | New Plaxall Gallery Exhibition Deconstructs, Shapes + Streams Light

Without getting lost in scientific terms, a hologram is a photographic recording of a 3D light field – as opposed to an image formed by a lens. The Center for the Holographic Arts promotes this genre and presents light-based installations around Continue Reading

#MonthlyPicks | What Does Sam Smouha Love about Queens?

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Richmond Hill (aka Little Guyana) is one of the city’s greatest neighborhoods for food, thanks to its large Indo-Caribbean and South Asian communities. Guyanese cuisine features a melding of Caribbean, Indian, South American, and Chinese influences. This year, Condé Nast Travel highlighted NYC’s Guyanese cuisine Continue Reading

#InTheLoop | Take a Winter Escape at Queens Farm

Real fun. Real colorful. Real safe. Queens County Farm Museum will host The Winter Escape until Jan. 10, 2021. The perfect example of “Instrammable,” this roughly one-acre exhibition features 15 displays, including the Candy Cane Rose Garden, a Continue Reading

#InTheLoop | New Cookbook Shares Flushing’s Spiciness

Temperatures are dropping, and winter is coming. In Queens, this means it's the perfect time for a steaming hot bowl of spicy, tingly beef in a hearty broth with hand-pulled noodles. Now, foodies can enjoy this dish -- and similar ones Continue Reading

#PickoftheWeek | Festival Focuses on Polish Documentaries

Romance, oppression, and whales are about to visit Queens...from Eastern Europe.

The Museum of the Moving Image has joined forces with Polish Cultural Institute New York to stream Docs Against Gravity NYC from Wednesday, Dec. Continue Reading