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January 2019 is a month to get used to the cold. But with Real Estate so hot in our neighborhood – the January Queens Scene is our real estate issue – even a snowman would melt. As we go to press, we realize we haven’t even seen any snowmen or any snow for that matter so far this year, but we know it’s coming. 
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Ancient Roots of Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day, also known as St. Valentine’s Day on February 14, is a day for us to express our appreciation to our loved ones with gifts and affection. The holiday has its origins in the Roman festival of Lupercalia, which celebrates the coming of spring and pairing of men and women by lottery. 
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Flux Factory: Magnificent Mischief And Mayhem

A look at the antics of creative creatures at Flux in 2018: Flux Factory wishes everyone a Happy New Year, and says, “We would like to wish you a delicious and hilarious 2019 from everyone at Flux Factory. 2018 was an amazing year for us, and we are so excited about what we have in store for you this coming year. 
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Museum of the Moving Image To Celebrate Black History Month

In February 2019, Museum of the Moving Image will celebrate Black History Month with a film screening every Friday during the month, programmed by Warrington Hudlin in his dual capacity as vice chairman of the museum and president of the Black Filmmaker Foundation.
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Hellenic Film Society USA Presents Maria by Callas

The Hellenic Film Society USA announced screenings of Maria by Callas, the first feature film to tell the life story of the legendary Greek American opera singer, entirely in her own words. 
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Eileen Coyne

Eileen Coyne’s paintings will be featured in a new installation at QED (27-16 23rd Avenue, Astoria), with an opening celebration there on Tuesday, January 15 from 6-8 pm. Coyne’s work will remain on view at QED and for sale through June 2019. RSVPs for the opening are encouraged. For more information, visit qedastoria.com/products/eileencoyne gallery-opening-reception.
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Niki Taheri

Niki Taheri of Long Island is currently a senior studying Mechatronics Engineering at Vaughn College (East Elmhurst) and is currently the president of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) – Vaughn Chapter, and secretary of the Robotics Team. Mechatronics is a combination of mechanical, electrical, and computer science engineering. 
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Amazon Plans To Contribute As A New Neighbor

Since this is the Queens Scene’s real estate issue, we thought we would share with you a mailer all of us received in LIC and Astoria from Amazon introducing themselves and highlighting what they plan to “deliver” as Amazon HQ2 neighbors.
  
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