Looper: The Improv Comedy Show  

Your headliner for the evening is Looper – an improvised scene on repeat. This ensemble of actors will perform one unscripted scene and then recreate it over and over again for the entire show. Strap in for a surreal journey as the players create a copy of a copy, indulge in their failures, and spiral into absurdity and madness. Cast […]

Hozier and Allison Russell Put On A Showstopper At FHS


Forest Hills Stadium eagerly welcomed Hozier and Allison Russell for an unprecedented, sold-out four-evening run in the borough. The traveling pair created an electric atmosphere that hit an all-time fever pitch on Wednesday, June 5. Hozier gave the crowd everything they wanted and then some. Singing his No. 1 hit “Too Sweet,” along with the irresistible earworms, “Take Me To […]

Forest Park’s Two Centennials

The George Seuffert Sr. Bandshell in Forest Park as it appears today. The bandshell first graced the park on June 15, 1924. Forest Park is gearing up for an extraordinary celebration of the bandshell’s centennial on Saturday, June 15th, and also that of the Forest Park Carousel. Sponsored by The Woodhaven Cultural and Historical Society, Councilwoman Joann Ariola, Councilman Robert […]

Ask Dr. Universe

Dr. Universe: Why do we need to hydrate? —Victor, 9, Ohio Dear Victor, Is there anything better than lapping up cool water on a hot day?   I talked about why we need to hydrate with my friend Ed Johnson. He teaches classes about the human body in the School of Biological Sciences at Washington State University. It turns out […]

Savvy Senior: Dreading a Colonoscopy? There Are Alternatives

Dear Savvy Senior, Are there any easier alternatives to a colonoscopy to screen for colon cancer? I just turned 60 and my wife keeps nagging me to get tested, but I hate the idea of drinking that laxative solution and being sedated for the procedure. —Squeamish Steven Dear Steven, While a colonoscopy remains the most accurate screening test for detecting […]

Bringing Awareness To Period Poverty By Donating Products

Long Island Jewish Forest Hills Hospital team members, and Executive Director Lorraine Chambers Lewis, brought awareness to period poverty by donating more than $1500 worth of feminine hygiene products. The products were given to Carrington Baker, the founder and CEO of For Women by Women, Period in the hospital garden on Friday May 31, 2024. Councilwoman Lynn Schulman was on […]

Meng Announces Winner Of Congressional Art Contest

U.S. Rep. Grace Meng (D-Queens) just announced that a winner has been selected for her annual art contest and earning the competition’s top spot is Amber Sevilla, an 11th grader from Elmhurst. The contest, which consisted of entries from Queens high school students, is part of “An Artistic Discovery,” the national art contest held annually by the House of Representatives […]

Looper: The Improv Comedy Show

Your headliner for the evening is Looper – an improvised scene on repeat. This ensemble of actors will perform one unscripted scene and then recreate it over and over again for the entire show. Strap in for a surreal journey as the players create a copy of a copy, indulge in their failures, and spiral into absurdity and madness. Cast […]

Flushing Town Hall Presents

Flushing Town Hall announced the following upcoming programs:   FRI, JUNE 14, 2024 7:15 PM The Legendary Ingramettes Celebrate Juneteenth with six decades of music, sixty-five years of song, and generations tied together through the force of will of a matriarchy of powerful Black women. This is the African-American gospel group The Legendary Ingramettes, founded by Maggie Ingram (who passed […]

Crime Watch


Cops ID Suspect in Kidnapping of LIC Boy Police have identified a man who grabbed a 7-year-old boy off a street outside his Long Island City school on May 30th and are actively searching for his whereabouts, an NYPD spokesperson said. Cops said they want to speak with Naquan Aiken, 37, who dropped the boy off in front of his […]