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Q Guide: Arts & Entertainment

Monday, Nov. 28, 2016


A Tribe Called Quest looks back and forward

A Tribe Called Quest’s new album “We’ll Take It From Here...Thank You 4 Your Service,” will be their last, according to the group, particularly after founding member Mailk “Phife Dawg” Taylor’s death earlier this year. The album is utterly in keeping with the rest of the seminal hip-hop group’s discography without ever giving into the pull of nostalgia. Comment

Season filled with big events coming to QPAC

How can you not want to get up and boogie when you hear songs like “That’s The Way I Like It,” “Get Down Tonight,” “Boogie Shoes,” “Please Don’t Go” and “Shake Your Booty”? Those were just some of the many songs performed by the timeless KC and The Sunshine Band at Queensborough Performing Arts Center Nov. 19. Comment

Friday, Nov. 25, 2016


An MTA star turns out to be a fake

Former Francis Lewis High School student Darius McCollum has been called the best-trained driver the MTA ever had. Comfortable at the controls of both subway trains and city buses, he started out by memorizing the New York City subway map by the age of 8, and became such a well-known expert on the ins and outs of the city’s transit system that the FBI consulted with him in the days following 9/11. Comments (1)

Thursday, Nov. 24, 2016


Katha Cato gets back in the spotlight

For Katha Cato, looking to both the past and the future is essential. Comments (1)


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