Two months after the 5Pointz building was whitewashed overnight, the artists are still going strong now presenting their artwork at a Long Island not-for-profit art center.
When the temperatures dip, our desire to stay at home can rise. But even during wintry weather there are plenty of indoor places to explore around the borough.
It was a bitter sweet feeling for Jon Lovitch as he removed the first candy covered house out of “GingerBread Lane.”
Just because Mother Nature has dropped a few inches of snow, doesn’t mean you can’t go out and have some fun in the borough.
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.
Guy Fieri and his Food Network show, “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” stopped by Astoria’s Queens Comfort to film an episode of the show.
A traditional activity during this time is movie-going, for you may relax and immerse yourself in a world of candy canes and mistletoe. Now a days, however, options are much more limited than expected. The presence of Christmas films has declined dramatically, due to the demand for realism in film by the older movie viewers and the demand for horror films by the younger demographic.
As visitors walk through the Queensborough Community College (QCC) Art Gallery, they are taken through the experiences of Rosemarie Koczÿ, who at three years old had her life turned upside down. Koczÿ was born in 1939 in Recklinghausen, Germany and three years later was taken to a concentration camp together with her family. At a [...]
The Lynch family from Whitestone won ABC’s “The Great Christmas Light Fight” Dec. 9. They beat out three other houses in the nation and collected the $50,000 prize.
Adam Sandler’s upcoming movie “The Cobbler” will be filming in Glendale next week.