Q Guide: Arts & Entertainment

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Arts

The roots of life

Currently displaying his artwork in a group show at dm contemporary gallery in Manhattan, Jackson Heights artist Eung Ho Park explores his life existence and his experience as an immigrant through a series of drawings called “Root Series.” Comment.
Arts

The roots of life Jackson Heights artist examines the foundation of life through simple expressions.

Currently displaying his artwork in a group show at dm contemporary gallery in Manhattan, Jackson Heights artist Eung Ho Park explores his life existence and his experience as an immigrant through a series of drawings called “Root Series.” Comment.
Arts

Spring concert in bloom with budding talents

If the blossoming flowers and the warmer weather didn’t tip you off that spring is upon us, the arrival of the Oratorio Society of Queens’ annual spring concert would be a good indication that the season is in swing. Comment.
Food

Agora: The place to get your Greek on in Forest Hills

Before if I needed to satisfy a craving for Greek food, I would have headed for Astoria, our region’s Greek cultural capital. Northeastern Queens, from Bayside to Little Neck, another Greek population center, would have been another good option. But, on the other hand, Forest Hills doesn’t exactly conjure scenes from the Aegean. Or does it? Just maybe Agora Tavern, a new arrival on Austin Street, is going to change my perceptions. Comment.

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