The eclectic and always entertaining Icelandic singer-songerwriter, Björk, is coming to Queens for six spectacular performances at the New York Hall of Science.
Archive by month January
The 30th Ave. Project is quite remarkable. It documents a “year in the life of a street,” and by doing so, reveals so much about our changing borough, especially in Astoria.
Martin Luther King Day is Monday, January 16th. Take advantage of this day off to teach your little one about Dr. King’s legacy through service, special presentations, books and more!
Next up in our Best of Queens 2011 series: neighborhoods. The response to this question was really overwhelming. You all had such great answers that we have a winner, runners up, and honorable mentions. Check them out!
Residents of Queens, especially Astoria, have reason to celebrate. Butcher Bar, the first organic and natural local high-end butcher shop in Astoria has opened to much fanfare.
Three Kings Day, or the Epiphany, is Friday, January 6th. It’s at the end of the holiday season, and is a Christian holiday that celebrates the three wise men arriving with gifts for Jesus. This holiday is celebrated worldwide by many different countries, each country celebrating with its own customs and traditions.
Our Best of Queens 2011 series continues. We asked you where you love to take your kids on their birthdays or just special occasion days, and here’s what you told us!
Queens Mamas has started two Google groups with the intention of joining parents across Queens and filling the void in two important categories. The first group is the Queens Childcare Exchange.
During the holidays, we asked you, our great Queens Mamas readers, to complete our Best of Queens 2011 survey, and you may have wondered why. We’ve compiled a list of the best of Queens based on your answers to our survey. We’re going to reveal the winners and runners up for the various categories over […]
The City Parks Foundation premieres another family-fun production as Little Miss Muffet’s Monster-Sitting Service comes to NYC. A modern take on the beloved, classic nursery rhyme, the show begins January 17 and runs through September 30 at the beautiful Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre in Central Park.