Q’Stoner readers, we are taking off early today for the holiday. We will publish a daily links roundup and the occasional story next week, and will be back in full force on Friday, January 2nd. Enjoy your holidays and see you in 2015!
After a calm Christmas day, the Queens calendar heats up until New Year’s Eve with a national tennis tournament, Kwanzaa celebrations, arts-and-crafts workshops, and an open house at a farm. There’s also a distinctly Queens version of The Nutcracker with salsa, hip hop, and belly dancing, plus great options to watch the ball drop. Here’s […]
It’s exciting. It’s loaded with top-notch talent. It’s free. And it’s climate-controlled. The USTA National Open Indoor Championship will take place at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center from December 26th through December 31st. While cold winds blow through the Arthur Ashe and Louis Armstrong stadiums outside, this competition will unfold at the venue’s indoor […]
Well, it’s the closest thing I could find to a giant Christmas Tree ornament. Here’s another look at what is probably Queen’s most famous monument. Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year to all. New York City has many iconic structures that define it to the world. Some, like the Brooklyn Bridge, the Chrysler and […]
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