Young doctors twist and sprout

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The youngest doctor we’ve ever see poses for her picture at the Twist and Sprout Festival at the Queens Botonical Garden in Flushing, right across Main Street from the New York-Presbyterian Queens Hospital, which sponsored the good-health day.
Austin Street in the heart of Forest Hill closes down last weekend for a summer street fair, heavy emphasis on food and health services.
ICYMI: This was the eye-popping close of a sold-out, two-night stand at Forest Hills Stadium by the DJ/dance band The Chainsmokers. The old tennis stadium has found new life, it seems.
Here’s what the Glendale branch of the Queens Library will look like after a $4-million renovations job annonced this week. The library on 73rd Steet has not been redone since the 1930s, officials say.
What pulls a standing-room-only crowd like this is Southeast Queens? The annual District 29Q Science Fair at IS 192 is St. Alban’s, that’s what. There were over 500 exhibits fcompeteing.
Yvonne Shortt runs a Queens Council for the Arts workshop on grants and stipends available here for artsists who live and work in the borough.

Updated 4:21 pm, June 22, 2017
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