Q Guide: Arts & Entertainment

Friday, Oct. 31, 2014

Flushing

Artists create to find answers

Community Art Project’s fourth annual art market event is in full swing at Flushing Town Hall Gallery with works by 55 international artists on display and available for purchase through Sunday. Comment.
Jamaica

Hard lessons learned in a humorous way

As clichéd sayings go, you don’t always know what you’ve got till it’s gone covers territory from the commonplace to life-changing events. Comment.

Friday, Oct. 24, 2014

Flushing

Something funny is happening in Queens

From cave men telling rock-rock jokes to comedian Chris Rock and everything in between, the Reduced Shakespeare Company will leave no gag untold while de-constructing “The Complete History of Comedy (abridged)” in just 90 rollicking minutes at Queens Theatre. Reed Martin is one of the managing partners of the RSC as well as a longtime actor. The company is a three-man comedy group. Comment.
Bayside

Bayside theater group keeps audience guessing

When examining what makes a good mystery story, the discussion invariably turns to the element of surprise. Comment.

Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014

Corona

How to scare up a good time in Queens

It’s time to gear up for another ghoulish Halloween, so hang up those spooky decorations and stock up on treats to avoid getting tricked by a zombie or mutant turtle. Comment.

Friday, Oct. 17, 2014

Elmhurst

Elmhurst author inspired by her furry neighbors

Among the vendors hawking their wares along Austin Street’s recent fall festival, Jane Sayre Denny’s booth really stood out surrounded by young readers anxious to scoop up copies of her works. Comment.

Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014

Long Island City

Artists ask shall we dance

The language of dance is universal, and now the borough’s thriving community of movement artists have joined forces to bring the inaugural Queensboro Dance Festival to Long Island City beginning Monday and running through Sunday, Oct. 26. Comment.

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