Nightlife

Ceilis At The New York Irish Center

If you ask most people, they’d say dancing on the weekends seems like a thing of the past. Today, most people go barhopping or to the movie theater on a Friday or Saturday night. This could be by choice or it could be because no one can find somewhere to have a nice evening of dancing. 
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Anti-Gala Celebration

Join artists collective, Local Project, as they celebrate their 15th anniversary with their first annual Anti-Gala Celebration.
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Killing Kompany Kills ‘Em With Laughter

For over 24 years, professional Broadway, TV and film actors have been creating deadly fun for the Killing Kompany, interactive audience participation murder mystery dinner theater shows. Actors are seated among the audience and at any time audience members may wind up part of the plot. 
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Ceremony To Celebrate Opening Of RIOULT Dance Center

RIOULT Dance NY announced that it will hold a ribbon-cutting for the newly constructed RIOULT Dance Center on Thursday, October 4, at 4:00 pm onsite at 34-01 Steinway Street in the Kaufman Arts District in Astoria. 
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Joe’s Garage Rocks!

Inside Joe’s Garage at 45-01 23rd Ave., Astoria, the rarified instant before the crowds come streaming in.
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Live At The Gantries

Live at the Gantries continues through August with a variety of free Tuesday night concerts that start at 7 pm.  
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Governors Ball Graces Randall’s Island With Tunes, Toasts, And Takeout

Governors Ball took place this year on Randall’s Island on June 1- 3. Eminem, Halsey, Jack White, and Travis Scott had the biggest crowds, but fans of all ages were enthralled by the nonstop food and music. Rain did not put a damper on fans’ fun, but it did make the fields quite muddy. 

8th Annual LIC Arts Open

For eight years Long Island City has been host to what has become the largest arts festival in Queens, the LIC Arts Open. Each year the LIC artistic community comes together for an expansive, accessible, and fabulous celebration of their work.
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Plaxall To Host Local Artist Exhibit

Plaxall, a family-run plastics manufacturing business based in Long Island City, will partner with local artists to showcase art made from thermoforming, a process invented by Plaxall founder Louis Pfohl more than 70 years ago. 
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Meet Astoria: Shenanigans Traveling Game Nights

Think fast! What’s the world’s largest ocean? Trivia not your thing? Alright, you hit B5 and know there’s only one battleship remaining. Where’s your next move?