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#NewsFlash | Flushing Food Film and Forum on Friday

NYC has entered Phase Two of the COVID re-opening, and it's time to celebrate with a feast, even if it must be virtual. A documentary on phenomenal Flushing vendor Joe’s Steam Rice Roll will debut on the Museum of Food and Drink's Continue Reading

#InTheLoop | Take a Walk into History (Literally) on the Vanderbilt Motor Parkway

It was the first highway to have bridges and overpasses in the entire United States and the first reinforced concrete connection between New York City and Long Island. And it was in Queens! (In fact, some sections are still in the history-rich borough.) In the early 1900s, William K. Continue Reading

#InTheLoop | The CrossCurrent Choreographic Festival Presents Six New Works by Up-and-Coming Asian Dancers

The only festival in New York City that focuses exclusively on emergent Asian-American choreographers is going digital this year. Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company streams the sixth annual CrossCurrent Choreographic Festival on two consecutive Fridays -- June 26 and July 3 -- from 7 pm to Continue Reading

#WeeklyColumn | Queens Restaurant Owner Offers Free Pizza and Priceless Dance Moves on June 20

It’s a bit cheesy, but it’s definitely not the Funky Chicken. Tony Modica has issued an open invitation to enjoy a free slice and learn how to do the world famous Pizza Dance at his Howard Beach restaurant, Prima Pasta & Café, on Saturday, June Continue Reading

#NewsFlash | Queens Resident Wins Academy of American Poets Fellowship

The Academy of American Poets has selected an Astoria resident as a 2020 Fellow.

Maria Lisella will spend the fellowship hosting “Writing Your Way Home,” a curated series of readings and writing workshops for senior citizens in Continue Reading