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Where’s Waldo local returns in July!
March 8 is International Women’s Day, and, in conjunction with Astoria March, a few of our neighborhood’s female-owned businesses are getting involved in the A Day Without a Woman initiative. (…)
You guys, this event couldn’t be cooler. Astoria Bookshop is teaming up with Flattopps to present Decade Dance, the first party in the new Book Bash series. This literary/dance mashup bash (…)
You guys, this is SO exciting! Award-winning author Roxane Gay will be visiting Astoria Bookshop next month for a reading and signing of her much anticipated collection of short (…)
The Astoria Bookshop is three years old this year, and they are celebrating with a party on Sunday, August 21!
Back by popular demand, the Astoria Where’s Waldo? search kicks off today, courtesy of Astoria Bookshop! Everyone’s favorite bespectacled stripes-wearing traveler will be hiding in twenty-five local businesses, and those (…)
Ready to get your margarita on? Here are spots in Astoria and LIC, Queens, where you can celebrate the 19th century victory of Mexico over France.
Meg speaks with Astorian author Zora O’Neill, to talk about her new book, “All Strangers Are Kin: Adventures in Arabic and the Arab World.”
Everyone give it up for Astoria’s favorite independent bookstore! Astoria Bookshop will be hosting a #Hamiltome Release Party to celebrate the release of Hamilton: The Revolution, the new book chronicling the smash-hit (…)
Have you heard of the LIC Reading Series? It’s an exciting monthly event that invites three incredible writers to share personal stories about Queens, read from their work, and engage in a (…)
Vegans, we’ve got a great event for you! Queens-based cookbook author Terry Romero (best known for her bestseller Salad Samurai) will be discussing her latest mouthwatering work, Protein Ninja, (…)
Do not throw away your shot at Drunken Vocab Bee glory! This Saturday, Astoria Coffee hosts the next installment of their popular mashup event with Astoria Bookshop, but with a twist. (…)
New Year’s resolutions don’t have to be painful. If your goal for 2016 was to break a bad habit or cut back on something you love, like coffee or chocolate, why (…)
This Saturday, Astoria Bookshop and Astoria Coffee team up to present the fifth edition of their now-famous neighborhood business mash-up event: The Drunk Vocab Bee. What better time to (…)