FLETCHER And Julia Wolf Devise A Pop Clinic

Webster Hall received a dreamy dose of pop ecstasy when FLETCHER and Julia Wolf took the stage on Wednesday, April 6. The raucous New York City crowd gave the stylish singers raw, unadulterated energy throughout the entire evening. FLETCHER became a bonafide sensation during the early stages of the pandemic in August 2020. Her catchy music climbed to number 11 […]

It’s In Queens! (April 14 to April 20)

A first-ever exhibition. The grand finale of a long-running series. The return of a Covid-suspended tradition. A tribute to a recently departed legend. Queens looks forward, backward, up, down, and all around this week. April 14, Deanna Lawson, Sept. 5. Deana Lawson’s first-ever museum survey. She explores and challenges African-American life through photography by drawing on such photographic languages as […]

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Bowne House Tours

Bowne House, located at 37-01 Bowne Street in Flushing, is offering guided tours by appointment. Bowne House Historical Society’s mission is to educate the public about American history through the legacy of Bowne family members, who participated in events of both regional and national sig­nificance spanning over 300 years. The museum is best known for its association with the principles […]

Postal Reform Act To Save USPS Is Now Law

President Biden signed the historic Postal Service Reform Act into law on April 6. Co-sponsor, Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (far left), Chair of the Committee on Over­sight and Reform, issued the following statement: “Today, Congress and the Biden- Harris Administration saved the Postal Service and delivered for the American people. This historic law will finally get the Postal Service on […]

Carmona Hosts Campaign Kickoff

Johanna Carmona hosted her first #TeamJohanna campaign kickoff event on Wednes­day April 6th. She is running for the Assembly District 37 seat from which Assembly­woman Catherine Nolan has announced her retirement at the end of her term. The event was held at Riko restaurant at 45-06 Greenpoint Avenue in Sunnyside. The full house of attendees were there in support of […]


Tommy José Stathes

Tommy José Stathes is an archivist, historian, distributor, and educator in the realm of early animated films. Stathes is best known in film history circles for creating the Bray Animation Project research initiative; the Cartoons On Film early animation re-release label and Cartoon Roots Blu-rays featuring new restorations of rare and early silent animated films; supplying early animated films to […]

We Wish You A Happy Easter And Passover

Passover is on Saturday, April 16, and Easter Sunday will be on April 17 this year, nearly coinciding. They are two of the most im­portant holidays in the Judeo-Christian tradition, both involving salvation via divine intervention and teaching that God loves his children. But they also demonstrate many lessons to humanity about the right way to live: in brotherhood with […]

Letters to the Editor

Libraries Are Essential Dear Customer, Share Your Love of Libraries with your elected officials. Let the Mayor and City Council know — libraries are essential for NYC’s Recovery! Send an email to your elected official. For 126 years, Queens Public Library has supported and strengthened this incredible borough and our city, offering books, classes, workshops and so much more to […]

Community Board 1’s April Full Board Meeting

Community Board 1 is holding its April Full Board Meeting on Tuesday, April 19, at 6:30 PM. They are continuing to hold meetings via ZOOM Webinar (see below for the link To join the Webinar, visit: us02web.zoom.us/j/89673560040?pwd=OU1uSXp4c2NvQjljSFNOVU8wWWFIQT09 Passcode: 615758 One tap mobile: US: +19292056099,,89673560040#,,,,*615758# or +13017158592,,89673560040#,,,,*615758# Telephone: Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location): US: +1 […]