The Queens World Film Festival, which brings together international and local filmmakers to the borough to screen their works, celebrated its opening night on Tuesday at the Movie of the Moving Image in Astoria.
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Local filmmakers now have a new place to call home in Long Island City.
The 4th Annual Queens World Film Festival is ready to hit the stage strong and put Queens on the map.
Parents Metok Dolma and Choegyal Dorjee welcomed their new baby daughter, Tenzin Choetso, one second after midnight on New Year’s Day at Elmhurst Hospital Center.
A trio of female filmmakers has come together to create a unique film, as they look to become leaders in an industry started by men.
The holiday season is upon us and LIC Flea & Food Holiday Market has all of your gift-giving needs under one roof. The new holiday market will begin on Saturday, December 7 and will be held every Saturday and Sunday until Sunday, December 22 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., located inside the warehouse attached to the LIC Flea lot at 5-25 46th Avenue.
Saturday, August 24 The Long Island City Community Boathouse invites adults with little to no paddling experience to a one-way paddle from Anable Basin to Hallets Cove. This moderately easy boating outing is perfect for adults 18 and older to enjoy the refreshing relief of the East River. Requests to take part can be found [...]
Saturday, August 17 Socrates Sculpture Park partners with Norte Maar to deliver a truly extraordinary hybrid of artistic passion in “Dance at Socrates.” The show combines New York-based choreography and large-scale sculpture characteristic of Socrates Park to create a collaboration of artistic movement and contemporary architecture. Esida Weeks of Delirious Dances will perform on sight, [...]
Saturday, August 10 From noon to 4p.m., the New York Hall of Science offers “Summer of Stars: Astronomy.” Participants can make constellations on sun print paper, learn about rockets and even explore the sun using solar telescopes, according to the event site. For more information, visit www.nysci.org/visit/events. The Queens Botanical Garden presents “Music in the [...]