In our Wednesday QNYC Evening Edition, we included a trailer to Dosa Hunt. Here it is again:
Get your Nepali food on in Jackson Heights and Woodside
Bon Appetit Magazine published “a list of ten less-explored cuisines and some recommended places to check them out.” We were quite pleased to see that they chose Queens – Jackson Heights and Woodside specifically – as home to great Nepali food – and Tibetan, Himalayan, and Bhutanese, which often go hand in hand with Nepali food. It’s a wonderful food culture and we are fortunate to be able to eat so much of it here.
Teen Internship at The Noguchi
Queens Mamas tipped us off on a teen internship program at The Noguchi Museum. More details:
The Noguchi Museum’s Teen Advisory Board, the museum’s internship program, has extended its application deadline to October 9th. If your teen is interested in interning, this is the program to check out.
Fifteen teens will have the opportunity to earn either community service or internship credit in this program where they create a project aimed at promoting the museum to a teen audience. They also get to recommend various events to museum staff that will be interesting to a teen audience, while learning the intricacies of art administration.
The application is here (warning: pdf).
New homes and a waterfront park are coming to Whitestone
A huge piece of land on the Whitestone waterfront was finally purchased and development plans are in the works. Ideally, they’d like to start construction next year on the 12.8 acre site, where they will build single-family homes and a waterfront park.
St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children in Bayside gets additional digs
St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children, a facility in Bayside that treats children from around the NYC metro area who are dealing with the toughest of situations – such as burn victims and premature babies – is going to open a new addition to the hospital tomorrow. They will get to work in and enjoy a 90,000-square-feet, 97 bed new patient pavilion. It’s been a challenge with their current space, so this is a huge relief to the workers and kids they treat.
Dosa Hunt (the movie) is coming
And you better believe they spent time in Queens (our favorite dosas are in Flushing). More later – here’s the trailer.