Q Guide: Arts & Entertainment

Monday, May 25, 2015

The Play’s the Thing

Catch a couple of rising stars from Queens

Let’s hear it for the youth of America, ‘cause today I got a couple of 16-year-olds to tell you about. Comment.

Saturday, May 23, 2015


Maspeth comes together for hair razing fund-raiser

Since 8-year-old Rocco Lanzer from Maspeth was diagnosed with leukemia several months ago, his friend and martial arts teacher, Sensei Angel Redondo, has been visiting him at North Shore LIJ’s Cohen Children’s Medical Center in New Hyde Park, where the boy is receiving life-saving treatment. Comments (1).

Friday, May 22, 2015


NYC Musical Saw Festival retools for its 11th event

After cutting back last year to catch her breath, Natalia Paruz and her orchestra of saw musicians are returning to Astoria for the 11th NYC Musical Saw Festival at Trinity Lutheran Church Saturday, May 30. Comment.

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Big Apple Circus pitches its tent in Cunningham Park

Step right up, the Big Apple Circus is in town and presenting its newest show “Metamorphosis” in Cunningham Park. Comment.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Long Island City

Noguchi Museum prepares to celebrate its 30th birthday

Long Island City’s Noguchi Museum is marking its 30th anniversary with a year-long celebration of the Japanese-American artist’s legacy. That celebration kicks off with the museum’s Spring Benefit May 19. Comments (1).

Thursday, May 14, 2015


Please beer with us

If you think Brooklyn when you hear the word brewery, think again. Comment.

Friday, May 8, 2015


New musical buzzes into Queens Theatre

Playwright Rob Urbinati believes the Great American Songbook, those musical standards mostly written for the theater and penned by the likes of Rodgers and Hart, Irving Berlin and the Gershwins, is due for Volume 2. Comment.

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