Q Guide: Arts & Entertainment

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Astoria Times

SHI: Classy pan−Asian with knockout views in LIC

Prepare to be dazzled by the spectacular view of Manhattan from almost any table in SHI, the new pan−Asian spot on the Long Island City waterfront. If you’re looking for a dramatic setting for a romantic evening or a special occasion without breaking the bank, we can think of no better location. Their menu combines Chinese classics, a comprehensive selection of sushi and sashimi and a few Southeast Asian crowd−pleasers for good measure. Comment.
Astoria Times

Havana Film Fest features Queens soccer doc, screenings

The Havana Film Festival celebrates its 10th anniversary in the five boroughs this year with screenings of 43 films of varying formats and styles, including a documentary about soccer players at Flushing Meadows Corona Park and a presentation of four short films at the Queens Theatre in the Park. Comment.
Astoria Times

Greek ambassadors

As the ancient Greeks gave us the classical underpinnings of stage drama in millenia past, perhaps it’s only appropriate that the Greek Cultural Center in Astoria has chosen to open its 35th anniversary celebration this year with new original work from a Greek playwright. Comment.

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