#PickoftheWeek | Celebrate Italian-Queens Culture with Art, History + Music
Volare, cantare and that’s amore!
Queens Historical Society celebrates Italy, its culture and history, and the Italian-American experience via a live YouTube event on Sunday, Oct. 25, from 7 pm to 9 pm. The fun includes art, Continue Reading
#InTheLoop | Virtual Exhibitions Explore How Covid Has Changed Society (And Bodily Functions)
If somebody sneezed in public before last March, those nearby would respond with “God bless you” or “Salud” or maybe even “Gesundheit.”
If that same person sneezes in public now, others will respond with “Don’t get me sick!” or “Get outta Continue Reading
#PickoftheWeek | Author Discusses New Book on Transgender Child and Their Journey
About 30 years ago, Jo Ivester gave birth to a baby girl named "Emily." Fast forward to the present, and she’s the proud mother of a transgender son named “Jeremy.”
She’ll discuss her journey and her new book, Continue Reading
#NewsFlash | It Happens Every Year! Queens Has the Best Open House New York Events This Weekend
Each October, Open House New York organizes a citywide exploration of beautiful, historic, and industrial buildings. The tradition continues this year, although with a lot of virtual tours and socially distanced events. And as always, Queens Continue Reading
#InTheLoop | This Dystopian Play Is Hilarious
Things are not going well in the United States. Violence is spreading so fast and so far that even high society ladies in wealthy pockets of suburbia are buying guns.
It’s really funny.
The Astoria Performing Arts Center offers Continue Reading