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Monday, April 29, 2013

Little Neck

An artistic view of reality

Elinore Schnurr refers to herself as “a contemporary representational painter” who paints real scenes of people living in the everyday world. Viewing herself as a subjective painter, Little Neck resident Schnurr has painted six different series of paintings throughout her career that not only imply her feelings toward her subjects but exhibit her development as an artist as she adds more complex elements into her paintings. Comment

Sunday, April 28, 2013

The Play’s the Thing

Astoria PAC’s new musical tackles issues of class and family

One of the pleasures of the spring season in Queens is another musical from the Astoria Performing Arts Center. With production values worthy of Broadway and performers of professional caliber, APAC continues to lead the pack. And at a bargain ticket of only $18, how can you resist it? Comment

Friday, April 26, 2013

Flushing

Jazz takes centerstage at Flushing Town Hall festival

Amanda Monaco wants to share her love of jazz with others while they have fun and learn more about the history of the music and its ties to Queens. Comment

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Flushing

America’s singing policeman, Daniel Rodriguez, to perform at Flushing Town Hall fund raiser

“America’s beloved tenor” Daniel Rodriguez will sing at a fund raising gala Thursday at Flushing Town Hall, at 137-35 Northern Blvd., to benefit the Flushing House retirement residence. Comment

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