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Queens’ Poet Laureate Wants to Help You Celebrate National Poetry Month! In honor of National Poetry Month, Queens Library poses a question: Did you know that the Borough of Queens has a poet laureate? It does! Since 1997, a borough president-appointed poet laureate...
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Photo by Serena Liu General Library 2014, literature, National Poetry Month, Paolo Javier, poetry, Queens culture, Queens Poet Laureate, understanding poetry jwalsh
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A Message to Library Customers and Staff Queens Library would like to take this opportunity to update our library customers and staff on facts concerning the renovations at Central Library, and the compensation of our President and CEO....
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Rockaways Diary: Rocking Out after the Storm They say music soothes the savage beast. Well, maybe, but it certainly has made life at Queens Library at Peninsula better since Superstorm Sandy hit. On the book bus at Peninsula in the first...
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15-07-2013 07-15-2013 No jwalsh 2

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2 Comments General Library CDs, Daft Punk, hurricane sandy, karaoke, Ke$ha, Music, peninsula, Prince, rockaways, songs, Superstorm Sandy Matt Allison
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Celebrating Food with Soul June is National Soul Food Month, but any month is a great time to head to one of Queens’ beloved restaurants or try your hand at some kitchen wizardry. Soul Food is the tradition of...
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27-06-2013 06-27-2013 No jwalsh 1

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1 Comment General Library African-American culture, black eyed peas, Black History, chitterlings, collard greens, cuisine, fried chicken, grits, national soul food month, restaurants, Soul Food Jeremy Walsh
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Superstorm Sandy Diary: A Foreign Dignitary Visits Queens Library On Friday, March 8, the Consul General of Japan in New York, Shigeyuki Hiroki, came to the Queens Library at Peninsula. Our libraries in the Rockaways have had a rough time since Superstorm Sandy...
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29-03-2013 03-27-2013 No jwalsh 0

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General Library book donation, Consul General, internationl languages, Japan, Origami, Peninsula Library, Powerspeak, recovery, rockaways, Sandy Diary, Seaside, Superstorm Sandy Kacper Jarecki
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