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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Rego Park

Spreading their message through art

Leave it to Queens artist Yvonne Shortt and her creative Long Island City-based nonprofit Rego Park Green Alliance Studio to come up with another project that combines art and activism. Comments (1)
Dining Out

Head on down to Little Neck y’all for Korean-Cajun fare

Cruising along Northern Boulevard, we noticed a sign proclaiming Korean Cajun Cuisine on the Little Neck building with the faux Tudor façade. This piqued our imagination. Is this a new culinary marriage like Tex-Mex or Indian Chinese? Comments (3)

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

The Play’s the Thing

Theater lovers gather to celebrate the Astoria Performing Arts Center

I’m at the Museum of the Moving Image, it’s April 1, but no foolin’, the Astoria Performing Arts Center is holding its annual gala. APAC has been around for 14 years and, by measure of 28 New York Innovative Theatre Award nominations and six wins so far, leads the pack of the growing number of theater companies in Queens. Comments (1)

Monday, April 20, 2015

Astoria

Astoria Performing Arts Center honors Jimmy Van Bramer, Ted Chapin

The Astoria Performing Arts Center threw a party earlier this month to honor two men who have made a commitment to the arts in New York City and Queens. Comment

Friday, April 17, 2015

Ozone Park

Furuya Sisters come to Ozone Park

Internationally recognized classical music trio, the Furuya Sisters, will make their first Queens appearance April 18 in Ozone Park. Comment
Ozone Park

Faruya Sisters Come to Queens

Internationally recognized classical music trio, the Furuya Sisters, will make their first Queens appearance April 18 in Ozone Park. Comment
Fresh Meadows

‘West Side Story’ hits the stage at St. Francis Prep

Tonight won’t be just any night as St. Francis Prep’s Alvernian Drama Society presents the classic musical “West Side Story,” Friday through Sunday in Fresh Meadows. Comment

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Long Island City

You’re not crazy, Variations Theatre group delivers a knock-out ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’

Literature is littered with the noble but flawed character who attempts to right a wrong by attacking the hypocrisy or deceitfulness of those in power. Comment

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