#NewsFlash | Astoria Film Festival Shares Shorts, Web Series, Panels, Networking, Fun
The Astoria Film Festival is back for a third year.
The mission – to promote new work by emerging filmmakers from Queens and around world – is the same in 2020, but due to COVID, the screenings Continue Reading
#PickoftheWeek | Stay Home and Tour Elmhurst with a Professional Guide
Like most of Queens, Elmhurst’s history includes Dutch and British farmers, rapid urbanization after the establishment of train stations, and unique tales of city planning – or lack of planning.
Learn more about this bustling, multi-ethnic neighborhood when professional guide Adrienne Continue Reading
#InTheLoop | The Dark Knight? Head to Queens Farm’s Maze by Moonlight
Some might find it romantic. Others might think it's scary. Still more might simply have a fun time in the fresh air as crickets chirp.
Queens County Farm Museum will operate Maze by Moonlight on two Saturday Continue Reading
#InTheLoop | Exhibition Features Presidential Campaign Ads from 1952 to Present
Politics as usual.
The Museum of the Moving Image is currently streaming The Living Room Candidate, an online exhibition consisting of more than 400 campaign commercials from every U.S. presidential race since the inception of television campaign Continue Reading
#InTheLoop | Queens Museum Exhibition Explores A Little Known Gem
Although most of it is located in Queens and it’s named after a Queens neighborhood, the Ridgewood Reservoir was created in the 1850s to supply fresh water to Brooklyn.
Get the whole story at the newly re-opened Queens Museum, which is Continue Reading