Several events are happening this weekend, including free movie screenings, festivals and a water fight.
Queens writers, poets and booksellers will take part in the weekend-long festival at LIC Bar.
Poetry readings, a hip-hop festival, dog parties, and more.
"Dear Deer," a project by Yu-Ting Feng, opens on Allen Street this Friday.
Listen to a National Poetry Slam champion, learn to long jump or see excerpts from three new plays.
Published poets who live in and write about Queens are encouraged to apply by April 24.
Eric Linsker, 29, tried to hurl a trash can onto a crowded roadway below him, police said.
Students are teaming up with a nonprofit for women writers in Afghanistan for the event.
"Readings in Color" will invite budding poets to bring stanzas — and wine — to a monthly performance.
The group Word at 4F will host bi-monthly slams at local lounge Apt. 78.
Saturday's storytelling event is the culmination of a yearlong program for teen girls.
Uptowners can stop in all day May 3 for free pizza and pretzel samples before the 5 p.m. poetry event.
The live performance art showcase will host a weekly open mic at COFFEED in Long Island City.
Terraza 7 hosts a monthly open mic series for translators.
A dozen poets and a pair of college writing counselors will visit Bryant Park this fall.
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