New York Pops Coming To Forest Hills

BY JON CRONIN The West Side Tennis Stadium in Forest Hills has seen a wide variety of musical acts perform in the arena, from The Who to D’Angelo. Now it will welcome the classical genre. “We feel privileged,” Roland Meier, president of the West End Tennis Club and proprietor of the stadium said, “to have […]

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Celebrating A Century Since Satchmo’s First Show

BY ARIEL HERNANDEZ “Every time I close my eyes blowing that trumpet of mine, I look right in the heart of good old New Orleans,” – Louis Armstrong, 1966. In 1954, Louis Armstrong himself published an entire autobiography that included letters he wrote, interviews he conducted and his recorded thoughts about his hometown – New […]

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See Images Of World’s Fair Structures

BY DOMENICK RAFTER Editor in Chief With the exception of the New York State Pavilion, Terrace on the Park, the New York Hall of Science, the former New York City Pavilion – which now hosts the Queens Museum – and the Unisphere, the structures that welcomed fairgoers to the 1964-65 World’s Fair are long gone. […]

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A Musical Tour Around The World

BY ARIEL HERNANDEZ It’s official. Not only has the season you have all been waiting for (summer) arrived, but the concert you have been waiting for, since December, is welcoming it. That’s right; it’s that time of year where Make Music New York hosts its annual multi-cultural concert. In celebration of the event’s ninth anniversary, […]

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Fort Totten Fireworks

BY FRANCO FINO Councilman Paul Vallone (D-Bayside) and the Bayside Historical Society announced the launch of the first official fireworks show and concert at Fort Totten to be held July 1 for Independence Day. The Fort Totten Independence Day Celebration will begin at 5 p.m. on July 1st, and will feature performances from the Michelle […]

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Big Names To Headline Louis Armstrong Fest

BY ARIEL HERNANDEZ “We’re excited to bring Ms. Lauryn Hill to headline Louis Armstrong’s Wonderful World and celebrate Louis’ vision of listening to ‘all kinds of music’ at the first major music festival to plant its flag in the city’s most diverse borough,” Executive Director of Kupferberg Center of the Arts, Jeffrey Rosenstock said. Hold […]

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Golden Sand: A Golden Delight

Golden Sand: A Golden Delight

Golden Sand 39 East Broadway, New York, NY (212) 233-3359 Cuisine: Chinese Delivery: NO Credit Card: YES, All Major Hours: Every Day, 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. goldensandsseafood-hub.com Chinatown has a plethora of restaurants and eateries hidden throughout its quarters in lower Manhattan, so it becomes difficult to find a great place to enjoy a […]

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Last Chance For Fun Under The Big Top

BY BARBARA ARNSTEIN The Big Apple Circus, which is running in Cunningham Park through June 14, features daring, excitement, wonder, surprises, laughter and enjoyment for children and adults who are young at heart. Much of the excitement arises from the acrobatic and trapeze expertise of the Anastasini Brothers, Giovani Anastasini and Irene Espana, and the […]

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The Who Returns To Rock Out In Forest Hills

BY DAVID RUSSELL The Who Hits 50! ended the second leg of its four concert tour in the United States on Saturday, May 30, at a familiar venue – the West Side Tennis Center in Forest Hills. The iconic rock band performed in the states for six weeks, including stops at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum […]

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