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"Unisphere" Photo courtesy of Erwin Ma, 2013.
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In a big advancement for local history research in Queens, the Queens Library has made nearly 8,000 of its digitized archival objects available online for the first time.  The Archives at...

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World’s Fair Ticket
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New York City has had the honor of hosting the World’s Fair three times — and two of them have been held in Flushing Meadows–Corona Park! Now, 50 years after our city’s last...

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Audrey Dimola
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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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1989
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Looking for new music? Look no further than your local Queens Library! Every month, our expert staff will bring you the best of what's new in our collection. Check out these music...

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Ken Dashow
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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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