Written by Clara Ontal
Antoinette Jamilah Ali-Sanders was an accomplished landscape architect and community activist. She broke barriers in her academic and professional career, paving the way in urban planning, landscape architecture, and education advocacy. At the intersection… READ MORE
Main image photo credit: Lefrak City Pool. Long Island Daily Press, ca. 1975.
How hot is your summer? What do you do to cool down? Where do you go? What do you love (or hate) about summer in the city?
Explore these “hot topics” while enjoying an exhibition of historic… READ MORE
Queens Public Library’s Queens Memory Project has launched the Queens Memory Cookbook, a new storytelling and archiving series with the Ridgewood (20-12 Madison Street) and St. Albans (191-05 Linden Boulevard) libraries. We invite anyone who lives, cooks, visits, or dines in… READ MORE
Queens Public Library’s Queens Memory Project has embarked on an ambitious, new participatory digital archiving project—and we’re seeking your input.
The recently launched Queens Name Explorer map unlocks the history behind our borough’s named places—including streets,… READ MORE