We asked Leslie Adatto, author of 111 Rooftops in New York That You Must Not Miss, for some of her favorite Queens rooftops. These are her selections:
Queens has a huge variety of public access rooftops, and here are a few notable ones.
Brooklyn Grange Flagship Farm on… READ MORE
The Forest Hills library was Susan Isaacs’ haven during high school—and this fall, she’ll be returning to talk about her latest novel, Takes One To Know One. (Get your free tickets!)
Isaacs, the author of fourteen novels, says the library was “my Versailles, the palace of… READ MORE
For an undocumented immigrant, what is the true cost of the American Dream? In her new memoir, My (Underground) American Dream, Julissa Arce examines that question as she tells her inspirational story.Julissa was 11 when she moved to San Antonio from Mexico, and she learned that… READ MORE
December 8 is the anniversary of the death of John Lennon. Many around the world will take time on that day to remember the life of the rock star, peace activist, and cultural icon.
We’re pleased to host a talk with James A. Mitchell, author of the critically acclaimed The… READ MORE
Alex Hortis, the author of The Mob and The City, was born and raised in Minnesota, a couple of hours northwest of Minneapolis. He first came to New York City as a student at New York University School of Law. The Mob and the City is his first full-length book. What inspired you… READ MORE