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An Interview with Queens Art Crusader Audrey Dimola A “proudly born-and-raised Queens writer, poet, curator, and arts crusader,” Audrey Dimola reflects the boundless energy and diversity that is at the heart of her home borough. Audrey...
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Quick Questions with Ken Dashow Brooklyn born and raised, Ken Dashow has spent the last 30 years as a mainstay of New York radio. He worked at WNEW-FM for 17 years and then joined Q104.3, where his afternoon drive-time show is...
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Angie Bowie: The Pen, the Word and the Wand Who is Angie Bowie? She’s an author, activist, model, icon, and former wife of legendary rocker David Bowie. She’s coming to Queens Library at Central at 6:30 p.m. on May 22  to...
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Events Library 2014, Angie Bowie, Cat'astrophe, David Bowie, Glam Rock, Lipstick Legends, Music, Pop Sex jwalsh
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Compost for Everyone! This weekend (February 1st) kicks off Take Your Child to the Library Week.   The Greening Libraries crew will be offering a special program for the whole family during the last hour of our...
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Events Greening 2014, Broadway, collection, community, compost, decomposition, food scraps, home, kitchen waste, Sunnyside, vermicompost, worms glopez
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Earth Week Green Film Festival Earth Day is Monday, April 22, but you can celebrate our planet all month long with Queens Library, including at our weeklong film festival (see below).  Earth Week Green Film Festival...
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