Lonely Planet named Queens its top pick in its 2015 guide to the United States.
Astoria is featured in the city's latest Neighborhood x Neighborhood tourism campaign.
The singer and director will be on hand for a screening of the 2014 film "Noah."
"New York on Location" will take place Sept. 21 at the backlot at Kaufman Astoria Studios.
The annual event kicks off Friday with a lineup focusing on ancient pagan cultures, organizers said.
'What's Up, Doc? The Animation of Chuck Jones' opens Saturday at Museum of the Moving Image in Queens.
The weekend's most interesting events are here for you in one handy guide.
Excerpts from six films include footage of a voice-controlled robot and construction of the Unisphere.
From Harlem to Prospect Park, there are plenty of happenings to enjoy in the city this weekend.
The Kaufman Arts District will get funding from the city and organize cultural events for the area.
IndieCade East will feature talks and panels by gamemakers and playable games for guest to try out.
The city is filled with events and restaurant deals as the Seahawks prepare to face off with the Broncos.
The Museum of the Moving Image will offer five playable versions of the game spanning through the years.
Visitors will be able to play more than two dozen games for the cost of admission.
The Sparrow Film Project gives participants 3 weeks to create a 3-minute film based on an assigned theme.
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