UN Week is once again upon us, and the leaders from almost every country on the planet are in New York City at the same time. While some may gripe about the tremendous amount of traffic it causes, just keep in mind the magnitude of the event and the fact that it doesn’t happen in London, nor in Paris, nor in Tokyo, Beijing, or D.C. This convergence occurs every single year, only in New York.
Let that soak in and keep it in mind the next time you’re stuck in back of a cavalcade of black SUV’s sirening loudly in your ears and going nowhere. Better yet, witness it from afar across the calming currents of the East River filled with bobbing, blue-lit NYPD boats and imagine yourself the landed gentry monitoring his or her holdings.
//Zumba, Zumba, Zumba – for girls age 8 – 12, starts 10/4 at The Chabad on 48th Avenue just east of Vernon. Wednesdays @ 6pm, 10 classes for $150 or 6 for $95, to sign up call/email [email protected]/347-664-0851
//Court Square Civic Association community meeting on 9/26 will focus on Parks & Recreation (Rec Center?) and in attendance will be Jimmy Van Bramer, Queens Borough Parks Commissioner Dorothy Lewandowski, and Director of Outreach for New Yorkers for Parks, Emily Walker. 7PM @ MoMA PS1, open to all.
Queens Sunnyside Yards Could Be the Answer to Amazon’s HQ2 Needs – interesting read, but for a lot of reasons I don’t think Queens or NYC gets the nod
An Excursion to Astoria/northern LIC by Ferry - c’mon author, MoMI and Noguchi are in LIC!
Discover the Historic Role of the 7-Train at the NY Transit Museum in Grand Central - just a reminder that this great exhibit is still going on until Oct. 29
Snag a Studio For $947 a Month in a Luxury LIC Hi Rise – luxury for all, 100+ units available!
Full Reveal: 41-21-28th St. – cool new loft-like 166-unit building just north of Queensboro Plaza