#WeeklyColumn | It’s In Queens! | Oct. 11 to Oct. 17
It’s the season when the weather seems to change every 10 minutes. A bit of a hassle, but Queens greets the fluctuations with a ridiculously diverse group of fun activities. French comedy? Oui, oui. German film? Ja, ja. Arte Cubano? Si, si. Even the harvest fest has an Continue Reading
#InTheLoop | Women on the Rise Forum & Expo is in Queens on Oct. 18 + 19
This event is for female entrepreneurs who are looking to gain access to resources, learn useful business strategies, and create actionable steps to help them excel in their careers.
In other words: Get inspired. Get empowered. Get equipped.
The Women on the Rise Forum & ExpoContinue Reading
#PickoftheWeek | Queensboro Dance Festival bids ‘farewell’ to season with two multi-cultural shows at Queens Theatre this weekend
Over the past six months, Queensboro Dance Festival 2019 (QDF) has worked with 33 troupes to present 26 shows in 14 neighborhoods. Now, it’s time to bid a fond farewell to the effort with a two-day celebration of – what else? – dance.
Queens Theatre will host QDF’s Continue Reading
#InTheLoop | Watch comedies with serious political criticism
Now this is funny...so funny that it might make you cry.
The Museum of the Moving Image will present “No Joke: Absurd Comedy as Political Reality” from Wednesday, Oct. 9, until Saturday, Nov. 16.
Curated by cinematographer Max Carpenter, the 14-film program explores the ways that Continue Reading
#InTheLoop | Forest Hills landscape lauds local legend’s life and legacy
A recently unveiled mural in Forest Hills pays tribute to a particularly courageous former resident who became an inspiring Civil Rights activist.
Located on the west wall of the LIRR’s Ascan Avenue overpass, the 48-feet-wide, four-feet-tall painting features images of Helen Keller along with scenes Continue Reading