Q Guide: Arts & Entertainment

Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013

Long Island City

Astoria photographer turns destruction into works of art

Astoria resident Jean-Marie Guyaux, a commercially successful photographer who has a studio in Long Island City, has taken photos that have appeared in some of the most popular publications in the country as well in theatrical posters and advertisements. Comments (2)

Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013


Adventures in dining at Astoria’s Loukoumi Taverna

I recently dined with the Gastronauts at Loukoumi Taverna in Astoria. The Gastronauts are a loose association of adventurous eaters who come together more or less monthly to share the pleasures of dining on food with an off-the-charts “ee-eew” factor, lubricated with plenty of wine and beer. Comment

Monday, Nov. 11, 2013


Introducing the new Queens Museum

Although it dropped the word from its name, art remains the focal point of the new Queens Museum as it reopens after an eight-year, $69 million renovation project Saturday. Comment

Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013

Kew Gardens Hills

Professor at Queens Col. puts out book on tango

Queens College hosts an event this Friday to determine just how many it does take to tango. Comment


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