Q Guide: Arts & Entertainment

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Long Island City

SummerStage brings R&B stars to boro parks

The City Parks Foundation is kicking off its 2012 season of SummerStage, one of the city’s longest-running free performing arts festivals. Comment

Friday, July 20, 2012


Bayside native pens book based on 9/11 experience

Looking for a great summer read? Check out Tennessean author Neil Newton’s first riveting novel, “The Railroad.” In a New York minute, the Bayside native’s life was forever impacted by his 9/11 ordeal. Skillfully combining this experience with a tale of murder and an unexpected twist, Newton even tackles hot-button issues like domestic violence and sexual abuse. Comment

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Thursday, July 19, 2012


Dancing with Dragons

From the Cirque Du Soleil-inspired human pyramids to frenetic unicyclists circling the stage while playing catch with wide-brimmed hats, the Golden Dragon Acrobats brought their own brand of hot, summer entertainment to Flushing Meadows Corona Park’s Queens Theatre. Comment

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