#InTheLoop | Queens Library Streams Thursday Afternoon Chats with Authors
Encore! Encore! Or maybe Epilogue! and Addendum!
Queens Public Library offered “Literary Thursdays,” a weekly presentation of free virtual programs ─ ranging from author talks to panel discussions to poetry readings ─ in June.
The response was so positive that now it’s back by popular demand for the entire month Continue Reading
#InTheLoop | ‘Tis the Season for the Summer Dance Intensive
Camp isn't for children only anymore. It's not outdoors only, either.
Long Island City-based Dance Entropy is registering students for its 11th annual Summer Dance Intensive on a rolling basis through July 11. Set to run online from July 13 through July 17, the Continue Reading
#InTheLoop | NYC’s Biggest Apiary? It’s In Queens!
It’s the biggest buzz in the Big Apple.
The Queens County Farm Museum has recently unveiled New York City’s largest apiary.
Jointly operated with Cornell University’s Dyce Lab for Honey Bee Studies and Andrew Coté of Andrew’s Honey, this 30-colony dwelling will eventually hold 50 beehives and more than 2 Continue Reading
#InTheLoop | Kupferberg Center for the Arts Pays Tribute to Billy Joel Twice a Week
Mike DelGuidice is truly living the dream. The Long Island man went from being a huge Billy Joel fan to being a member of the famous musician’s group.
Catch some of the magical moments on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 8:30 pm, when DelGuidice and the Big Shot band perform Continue Reading
#InTheLoop | Public Art Honors COVID Victims and Heroes in Flushing Meadows Corona Park
The epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic is now the epicenter of COVID-19 art.
A huge painting, entitled “Somos La Luz,” is now on display in the parking lot near Queens Museum and Queens Theatre in Flushing Meadows Corona Park.
Created by Jorge Continue Reading