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#WeeklyColumn | It’s In Queens! | Oct. 4 to Oct. 10

Self-improvement hits the borough with book talks, history walks, bird-watching, music-composing, and a fun run for charity this week. But as always, diversity rules with a haunted house, jazz, dance, theater, and Oktoberfest with a Pumpkin Patch. Oct. 4, Fear Manor, 7:30 pm. The borough’s Continue Reading

#InTheLoop | Synergy on stage! Watch a musical in an art gallery in Queens

It’s a musical adaptation of “Alice in Wonderland” performed in a mini-museum…and it’s back by popular demand. The Plaxall Gallery will host “Painted Alice” more than 50 times between Sunday, Oct. 6, and Sunday, Dec. 29. (The show had a first run in April.) Starring a Continue Reading

#InTheLoop | New LEGO exhibition hits Queens with a ton of bricks

A Michelangelo masterpiece is heading to Queens…along with several million LEGO pieces.

The Art of the Brick , the world’s largest display of LEGO products, will be at the New York Hall of Science in Flushing Meadows Corona Park from Saturday, Sept. Continue Reading

#PickoftheWeek | Viva La Comida!

The event is called “Viva La Comida,” but it includes a large amount of música and arte. Now in its eighth year, this seven-hour extravaganza celebrates the food scene in Jackson Heights. Thus, vendors sell arepas, tortillas, chuzos, ceviche, grilled squid, dumplings, and pretty much Continue Reading

#WeeklyColumn | It’s In Queens! | Sept. 20 to Sept. 26

There are busy weeks, extremely busy weeks, and these kinds of weeks. Queens might just burst at the seams from all the fun on the upcoming schedule. A chocolate show, pig roast, country fair, backlot festival, ghost story series, and boulevard stroll are just a few of the Continue Reading