The New Year is a great opportunity to create new habits and start eating right. Maria Biondi, RDN, CDN, Wellbeing Coach for NewYork-Presbyterian Queens, suggests the following tips for a nutritious diet and a healthy year ahead.
“As folks look towards the New Year, many of… READ MORE
Now that the holidays (and holiday eating) are over, a new year brings New Year’s resolutions. For many of us, that means regular exercise—whether it’s to lose weight, build stamina, or just improve our health overall.
Many people can’t afford gyms and health clubs, or may not… READ MORE
You can remember all of the exciting things that happened at the Library this year with the top twelve Queens Public Library Magazine articles of 2019!
(That's right, it was such a busy and eventful year for us, we couldn't pick just ten!)
From our Black History Month passport… READ MORE
These shoppers look happy to be on Jamaica Avenue during the Jamaica Day sales in October 1957. This is one of the many images available from Queens Memory.
Queens Memory, a project supported by Queens Public Library and Queens College, and focused on collecting personal… READ MORE
Have you heard of Giving Tuesday? It’s a global movement that has unleashed the power of people and organizations over the past seven years to transform their communities and the world.
On December 3, 2019, everyone is encouraged to embrace their generosity and to give,… READ MORE