Stylish folks in Queens – Woodside and Forest Hills
We loved this TONY article, Most stylish New Yorkers 2013, which features two people from Queens - Marc Williamson, 42, Woodside; co-owner of JJ Hat Center and Pork Pie Hatters (a partnership with JJ Hat Center); and Julius Debruhl Lewis, “107”, Forest Hills; owner of Julius Debruhl Lewis Design Studio Inc.. Hats seem to be a constant here, with both wearing dapper head chapeaus. Congrats, fellas!
The Shady Lady in Astoria – what?
We Heart Astoria posted this photo of The Shady Lady, which is going into a long time papered up bar at the corner of 30th Ave and 36th Street in Astoria. Hmm… we think it will be a bar or an “eating and drinking establishment” since there have been no jobs to change anything filed for this address in the Department of Buildings.
Image source: We Heart Astoria
New momo cart in Jackson Heights – A&G Himalayan Fresh Food
Joe DiStefano scopes out a new momo cart in Jackson Heights - A&G Himalayan Fresh Food, which is located in close proximity to Potola Fresh Food, the area’s first momo cart. A&G, along with the momos, also sells a traditional flat bread called baklep. The momos also come with a free bowl of beef broth (here’s hoping it’s nourishing and made from actual bones). The conclusion is that they are both good but Potola’s are a bit juicier. Both sell 8 beef momos for $5. Soulds like it’s time for a field trip out to JH.
Did you know? Flushing had a flasher
Good news is that he’s been caught, so reports the NY Daily News. His name is Dagoberto Amaya, he’s 32 years old, and the cops caught him Wednesday night; that morning he had done something distasteful. We’re glad he got caught – he’s been charged with endangering the welfare of a child and public lewdness. What a jerk. Let’s hear it for New York’s Finest.
P.S.1 is bursting at the seams with art
Anne Shisler-Hughes shows us what’s up at P.S.1 right now, and the art sounds amazing. There’s sculpture, multi-media works, art from found-objects, some audio, paintings, and more. It’s a very exciting time right now at the museum. Plus you can have a meal at the M. Wells Dinette inside P.S.1.