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July, 2016


Queens goes POP! for the Fourth

The Independence Day celebration rolls across the borough from Bayside to Long Island City, stopping in the parks — like Forest Park here — for picnics, then at Louis Armstrong’s house — now a museum in Corona — for Pop’s annual birthday bash, through Astoria Park and ends after dark under the landmark Pepsi sign for Macy’s fireworks on the East River./ Photos by Steve Malecki and Michael Shain Comment

June, 2016


Berry Important Festival

Every June for as long as anyone in Douglaston can remember, Zion Church, the 186-year-old Episcopal congregation on Northern Boulevard, has held a strawberry festival. The longtime organizer, Julia Schoeck, and her husband trek out to the Anderson family farm in Riverhead on the Friday before to pick up the berries — 536 quarts in all this year. Comments (1)

Borough theater groups earn our Kudos

For this third season of Queens Kudos awards, which recognizes the best in the borough’s theater scene, the TimesLedger decided to shake things up a bit. Comment

May, 2016


JamaicaFlux brings artistic changes to downtown’s business core

Flux is defined as either one continuous change or an extended series of changes. Comments (2)

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April, 2016


APAC closes out its season with trip to ‘Putnam County’s Spelling Bee’

Take a half dozen sixth-grade students with strange characteristics, mix in three quirky adults, send the bunch to a competition, and then set the whole thing to music. Comment

February, 2016


Flushing calligrapher puts all of his heart into his works

As a highly skilled calligrapher, you could say Simon Xianwen Zeng paints his soul on paper with brush strokes of black ink. Comment

January, 2016

Kew Gardens

Correction Department gives job seekers glimpse at life inside

New York’s Boldest held an open house, and we were there. Comment
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