Thursday, October 29, 2015

NOVEMBER- turn back that clock! and have FUN...

all of this in QUEENS: 

Oct. 30-Nov. 14. Wait Until Dark: It's 1944, and three men are tormenting a blind woman in her Greenwich Village apartment. She tries to escape, leading to a dramatic conclusion.

Nov. 1, 3 pm. DeepĆ£vali or Diwali: The Festival of Lights: Hindus all over the world participate in this colorful ritual which celebrates the victory of good over evil.

Nov. 1, 3 pm. Renee Taylor: My Life on a Diet: This TV and Broadway star does stand up about the hilarious diets that have guided the her life throughout the majority of her 60-year career.

Nov. 2, 7 pm. 1915 Panama Pacific Expo: Learn about the Panama Canal and check out Matthew Model Flats, architectural gems that are found in Ridgewood and Woodside.

Nov. 6-11, times vary. 13th Annual NY Korean Film Festival: Nine films in the crime thriller, romantic fantasy, and feverish erotica genres. Guest producers/directors on some dates.

Nov. 7, 2:30 pm. Rhythm Meets Gospel: A collaborative effort featuring African-Latino rhythms from the Caribbean joined with Gospel to create a musical extravaganza.

Nov. 7 & Nov. 141:30 & 3:30 pm. Make it: Youngsters enjoy a lesson on how to make their own short animations using different stop motion techniques.

Nov. 8, 8:30 pm. R&B Night To Remember. Have a good time with performances by Howard Hewett, Cherrelle, Atlantic Starr, Force MDs, Surface, and BB&Q Band.

Nov. 12, 6:30 pm. Vegan Thanksgiving Cooking Class: Liza Lopez, chef at Tastee Vegan, teachers how to make delicious lentil loaf with a balsamic glaze, roasted cauliflower macaroni and cheese, a chocolate pumpkin mousse, and much more.

Nov. 13, 8 pm. New York Classical Players: Violinist Chee-Yun and New York Classical Players perform Astor Piazzolla's exciting tango-inspired Four Seasons in Buenos Aires.