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March 18, 2013 It was two years ago that a match at the United States Open was interrupted because an 18-inch hairline crack developed along the service line in the middle of a game. Of course, it was all captured on TV, recalled Daniel Zausner, the
Updated: Sunday, January 6, 2013, 6:00 AM Omaha Theatre Company's 'How I Became a Pirate' is performed Sunday at Brooklyn College...Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College continues its 2012-13 Target Storybook series with Omaha
December 6, 2012 Around Town Museums and Sites Alice Austen House Museum: Haunted House Exhibiton (Tuesday through Sunday) On view through Dec. Haunted Houses, a display of photographs and texts documenting ghost stories at sites around the country.
Get in the spirit of giving this season by supporting local artists and vendors at the Annual Juried Holiday Art & Craft Fair. Avoid crowded malls and escape to a Victorian cottage filled with handcrafted jewelry, handmade greeting cards, knitted
August 16, 2012 Queens Museum of Art, New York City Building Jaishri Abichandani/Queens Museum of Art An installation view of Her Stories: Fifteen Years of the South Asian Women's Creative Collective, at the Queens Museum of Art. Flushing Meadows-
August 13, 2012 A red light shines at the apex of a weathered pavilion in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, a relic from the 1964 World's Fair, warning aircraft to steer clear of the decrepit monument. The task of repairing the light when it burns out
Courtesy El Museo del Barrio Courtesy Studio Museum Courtesy Queens Museum of Art Is there such a thing as a Caribbean identity? If so, is it defined by a mentality, a landscape or a shared experience of colonialism? The Queens Museum of Art has
Catch the original Captain Kirk, William Shatner, in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) at Landmark's Sunshine Cinema. The Saturn Award-winning sci-fi movie features Kirk pitted against his longtime nemesis, Khan (played by Ricardo Montalban)...
The Hot List Politics as Performance, an Evolving Art Librado Romero/The New York Times Jason Gaspar, left, demonstrating food preparation with homegrown vegetables at Immigrant Movement International headquarters. Published: June 21, 2012 Artists
For the better part of a decade, Queens audiences have witnessed the struggles and joys of same-sex parenting, coming out of the closet and aging in the gay community...Sunday with a mix of feature-length and short films, a live performance and a