Q Guide: Arts & Entertainment

Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011

Long Island City

Spooktacular screenings at MOMI, Karloff honored

In the past, Queens horror enthusiasts have reported seeing ghosts and zombies on All Hallow’s Eve. Rumor has it these otherworldly creatures have been visiting our borough — once called the Land of Cemeteries — in large numbers. Here, the dead outnumber the living more than two-to-one. Comment.
Dining Out

Sol Hyang Lee: Experience Manchuria in Flushing

So if you dine in a restaurant specializing in the delicacies of northeast China, while speaking frankly to your honey, have you gone on a Manchurian candid date? Groaning aside, if you want to try it, we have a place for you. Sol Hyang Lee, on 41st Avenue in downtown Flushing specializes in the hybrid cuisine of Manchuria and Korea. What sets it apart from other local restaurants promoting that style is that Sol Hyang Lee also offers tabletop barbecued kebabs. Comment.

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