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Ted J. Bloom, MLS., MSEd., has been a published columnist in New York since 1999. A college librarian in Brooklyn with two graduate degrees, some of his credentials include being a New York State Certified Media Communications Instructor and the holder of a state Public Librarian Certificate. Past accomplishments include creating and running a career [...]
Alex Fumelli is the sports editor of the Queens Courier. He is a recent graduate of Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., and a lifelong New York sports fan. In his blog, he discusses issues related to Queens sports that don’t always receive prime focus in his weekly coverage in the Courier’s back pages.
After moving to New York to study music theatre, Tim Matson quickly made it a goal to see as many theatrical productions, both professional and amateur, as possible. In this blog, we’ll go behind the footlights of community theatres in Queens and meet the stars of our borough.
Ron Isaac taught junior high school English in Queens for 35 years prior to his retirement in 2006. He has published hundreds of education-related pieces and for several years was a featured columnist and commentator in community newspapers in Manhattan and Queens as well as on major education-related Internet sites. He is currently a UFT [...]
Patricia Dolan is the executive vice-president of the Queens Civic Congress, a coalition of more than 100 neighborhood based civic groups. She is also the President of the Kew Gardens Hills Civic Association and the President and Founder of the Flushing Meadows Corona Park Conservancy.
Claire Shulman is the former Queens Borough President and is currently serving as the President and CEO of the Flushing Willets Point Corona LDC. She also serves on the Boards of New York Hospital Medical Center of Queens, St. Mary’s Hospital for Children, The Primary Care Development Corporation, The American Museum of the Moving Image, [...]