Dubbed the "gay Super Bowl" by one founder, the Bushwig Festival of Drag, Music & Love took over the Knockdown Center in Maspeth for two days of drag and dancing.
Envisioned by personal chef Melinda Tracy as a way to reacquaint people with the idea of dining together after pandemic isolation, this new series emphasizes locally sourced farm-to-table dishes.
Self-described as "a protest march, not a parade," the Dyke March works without permits or sponsors to bolster identity, celebrate community and confront discrimination.
Included in the Morgan's exterior restoration is a garden by award-winning designer Todd Longstaffe-Gowan, opening the museum's grounds to the public for the first time ever.
A sprawling celebration of natural foods, history and culinary traditions includes art tables, an exhibition, a farmer's market and more.
"Around the Table: Stories of the Foods We Love," opening in June, will emphasize the central role plants play in cuisine and cultural traditions worldwide.
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