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Humor and Heartbreak at Steinway
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Ever come out of a breakup, or a significant loss, feeling like you’d never smile again—let alone laugh? There’s light at the end of the tunnel, and something that always helps is...

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Queens Library Supports Immigrants
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Over 200 people joined us at Central Library on February 3 for a special event to show solidarity and support for the immigrant communities of New York City and Queens. Queens Library President...

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Romeo and Juliet by Ford Madox Brown
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William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is arguably literature’s best-known story of passionate young love—and the tragedy that often follows. It’s one of Shakespeare's...

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Lauren Elder
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Have you ever suffered a broken heart? Did you cry at the end of Rent? Were you entranced by the romances of Mimi and Roger, Porgy and Bess, or Bonnie and Clyde? If you answered “yes”...

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Queens Memory Broken Heart Week
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Valentine’s Day is here, but this year, we’re doing something a little different. Coming up this afternoon, Cambria Heights Library will partner with the Queens Memory project to...

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