Q Guide: Arts & Entertainment

Friday, Sept. 5, 2008

Astoria Times

Other mothers

When it comes to motherhood, many of the preoccupations are the same, regardless of class or income — staying healthy, making sure the children get an education, keeping house, earning a living — but for poorer mothers the concerns loom larger. A new photography exhibit at Queens College examines the ways in which certain public policies create and sustain poverty in the United States and how they disproportionately affect women. Comment.
Astoria Times

Rego Park comic brings Web radio schtick to stage

With the upcoming presidential election, more and more people are becoming politically savvy and contributing their opinions to the ongoing dialogue, be it with friends at the bar, at the dinner table or on personal blogs. Rego Park resident and talk-radio host Richard Alan Chen also has a few words to add to the mix, but he plans to do it on stage. Comment.

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