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Monday, Sept. 19, 2016

Art

Mother Nature’s message

Watching performance artist Deborah Wasserman in action, you’d swear she had multiple personalities. Comment

Friday, Sept. 16, 2016

Long Island City

Secret Theatre places Shakespeare’s “Merchant” in post-WWII Italy

Two of Shakespeare’s most famous speeches are at the center of his “The Merchant of Venice.” Shylock’s “Hath not a Jew eyes?” addresses the undercurrent of racism that underlies the crux of the play, while Portia’s “the quality of mercy,” delivered in the heat of a courtroom battle, stresses the humanity that is needed to make an attempt at overcoming the effects of that racism. Comment

Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016

Dining Out

BBQ lovers get ready to meet the Mothership

We believed the stars to be in perfect alignment when we heard the next Queens Dinner Club event would give us a preview of the soon-to-open Mothership Meats Long Island City barbecue joint. We drooled with anticipation thinking about the Queens Dinner Club boys, Joe Distefano, Jonathan Forgash and Gabe Gross teaming up with Josh Bowen, Queens’ premier barbecue maven. Comments (2)

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