Queens is a vibrant place, home to 2.3 million people who speak nearly 200 languages, believe in every faith, love in every way, and are loud and proud!
In June, with the theme of “Let’s Make Some Noise,” Queens Public Library is going to celebrate our LGBTQ community and the… READ MORE
Sarah Henstra grew up visiting her library every Saturday morning with her siblings and her mother, who was an elementary school teacher. “My love for reading combined with a competitive streak, so that I often borrowed more than I could physically cart home by myself,” she says… READ MORE
Angela Bowie, the Empress of London’s Glam Rock scene in the 1970s, is a writer, rocker, poet, animal-welfare advocate, fashion icon and LGBTQ activist.
She was formerly married to rock legend David Bowie and recounts their colorful and volatile life together in her memoir,… READ MORE
Congratulations to Cyndi Lauper, who won “Best Original Score" at this year's Tony Awards. Lauper is no stranger to the limelight — or to Queens. She shot to stardom in the 1980s with her string of pop hits and she most recently wrote the score to the hit Broadway musical Kinky… READ MORE