Q Guide: Arts & Entertainment

Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013

Long Island City

Filmmakers take on bullies at LIC screening

When filmmakers Raymond Deane and Phill Hammond were finishing up their first movie “Travail,” the daily newspapers were loaded with stories providing the idea for their next project. Comments (1)
Jamaica Estates

New York stories: Just add water

The history of New York City’s waterfront includes both palatial summer homes and anonymous pine caskets buried in a potter’s field. Comment

Friday, Sept. 13, 2013


The butler did it with plenty of style and grace

After more than three decades running the show in Wall Street executive dining rooms and Fifth Avenue penthouses, Nikolaus Christmann knows a successful social evening begins with a drink. Comments (1)

Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013


Museum of the Moving Image marks a quarter of a century in Astoria

Twenty-five years ago Tuesday, the Museum of the Moving Image flung opened its doors for the first time with an exhibit about media and the Vietnam War plus a screening of a classic movie musical. Comment


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