So much good food out there, of course, so for me the weather sometimes determines the spot. On a blazing summer afternoon, I want the refreshingly chill, tart ceviche at La Cevicheria, along with a couple of cold ones from the Continue Reading
#InTheLoop | Looking to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing? Head to the New York Hall of Science
Commander Neil Armstrong and lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin landed the Apollo 11 spacecraft on the moon on July 20, 1969. Armstrong then stepped onto the lunar surface with Aldrin following minutes later. The two American astronauts made history as the first humans to walk on the moon.
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#WeeklyColumn | It’s In Queens! | May 31 to June 6
What can we say? Another week, another diverse lineup of fun and enriching events. Stay in Queens for Gospel, tango, laser light shows, dance, floating lanterns, sculpture, LGBTQ pride, and even some Trump bashing.
May 31, Country Blues & Dance, 8 pm. Celebrate the music Continue Reading
#InTheLoop | Memorial Day Weekend
Countless Queens natives have made the ultimate sacrifice to the United States throughout the years. The borough honors these fallen heroes with a variety of parades, ceremonies, and even a concert during the upcoming Memorial Day Weekend. Here is a list of some activities.
#WeeklyColumn | It’s In Queens! | May 24 to May 30
Memorial Day is coming up, and Queens hosts the biggest memorial parade in the United States. In fact, the borough is so patriotic that it hosts more than 10 solemn events over the three days. More information on these events is below, along with details on “Mission Impossible Continue Reading