Q Guide: Arts & Entertainment

Friday, May 30, 2008

Astoria Times

Akti: Freshness is king at Astoria seafood spot

In our borough of forever waxing and waning ethnic enclaves, there are still some constants. There are still great Greek seafood restaurants going strong in Astoria. The most recent arrival making its case with aplomb is Akti on 30th Avenue. Comment
Astoria Times

The Picassos of Bayside

Sipping Spanish wines, the well-heeled crowd buzzed in multiple European languages about the Pablo Picasso prints on the walls. Many of the people had been imported from Manhattan by bus, brought out to view the newly opened exhibit. Comment
Astoria Times

Mystical music of Sufism comes to LaGuardia CC

Renowned Turkish Sufi mystic folk musician Latif Bolat will be performing at the Little Theater in Long Island City May 2 in a free concert put on by the LaGuardia Performing Arts Center and the Carnegie Hall Concert Series. Comment
Astoria Times

Galleries & Exhibits

Endless Inspiration — Featuring work by Jaime Arredondo, Laura Bell, Wendi Gueorguiev, Barbara E. Leven and Sam Seawright. There will be food, drink and live music by Josh Wakesberg with Peter Insel. Comment


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