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#WeeklyColumn | Feb. 23 – Feb. 27

The prolific, world famous Grace Kelly is here, but she might bring a surprise. A few surprise operas are in town, too. But the week’s biggest surprises involve meat. Feb. 23, Die Fledermaus, Feb. 26. The Aaron Copland School of Music and Queens College Opera sing Johann Continue Reading

#NewsFlash | Free admission, tours, performance, crafts and gallery show at Noguchi on Feb. 19

It’s going to be a fantastic event -- even if it derives from a horrible milestone. Noguchi Museum hosts Community Day on Sunday, Feb. 19. With free admission, the program begins at 10:30 am with two hours of family-friendly art, story-telling, and sand-drawing. At 2 Continue Reading

#PickoftheWeek | Daily movies and media-making at MoMI

Sorry youngsters, but you have no excuse to stay at home and play video games next week. The Museum of the Moving Image will present matinees, an activities center, a live event, and extended hours during the upcoming Winter Recess. Winnie the Pooh will screen daily in Continue Reading

#KidsCorner | Queens kids won’t be bored during Winter Recess

Gather the family for some PG stand-up on Saturday, Feb. 18, at the Guess What Comedy Show at The Creek & Cave, 10-93 Jackson Ave., Long Island City. Seating begins at 12:30 pm, and the show starts at 1 pm. Free admission and kid’s menu. Continue Reading

#WeeklyColumn | Feb. 16 – Feb. 22

Schools are on break, and it’s cold this week. No problem in Queens, where puppet slams, matinees, and workshops mix happily with concerts, plays, lectures, and a backyard bird count. Feb. 16, Broken Heart Week Poetry Slam, 6 pm. Official Queens Poet Laureate Maria Lisella hosts a Continue Reading