Category Archives: Queens

Flushing Corona-Meadows Park, Queens

Flushing Meadows Corona Park [11101 Corona Ave Flushing, NY 11355] is space of many lives. In the 1920s F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote of the park in The Great Gatsby, “This is a valley of ashes – a fantastic farm where … Continue reading

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Museum of Moving Image, Queens

Expectation is the root of all heartache, but what is it when something is much more than you expect? Wonderful, and the Museum of Moving Image [36-01 35th Ave, New York, NY 11106] is just that. Simply upon walking in … Continue reading

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Long Island Piers, Queens

Whenever I travel into the city, I want a skyline view. I think the Manhattan skyline is one of the most beautiful in the world, and it’s always best captured from another borough. In the Long Island Piers at Gantry … Continue reading

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Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens

A small urban oasis in a big city. Socrates Sculpture Park [32-01 Vernon Blvd, Long Island City, NY 11106] is a mixture of first and foremost art, along with nature, and a fabulous city skyline. The park has been open … Continue reading

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MoMA PS1, Queens

I saw it from the subway stop, the layered Manhattan city skyline in the background. Once the Monday-Friday home to school aged children, now MoMA PS1 [22-25 Jackson Ave, Long Island City NY 11101] now one of the largest contemporary … Continue reading

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Eat your way through Queens Chinatown

Golden Shopping Mall, 41-36 Main St, Flushing, NY 11355 Inside there are many little stalls pumping out some amazing smelling food, but to tell it true, I didn’t even get past the storefront space. Little English communication was available, but … Continue reading

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Pulaski Bridge, from Brooklyn to Queens

If you’re visiting a bridge in Brooklyn, Pulaski probably isn’t the first one that will pop into your head. However, if you’ve already been to the Brooklyn Bridge and you’re seeking a new structure, you might be surprised at what … Continue reading

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