How about 30 restaurants for $25?
The Bell Blvd Food and Music Fest will take place in Bayside on Sunday, June 3, from 2 pm to 6 pm.
Participants will be able to stroll up Bell Boulevard between 38th and 43rd avenues and sample from eateries that specialize in American, Cajun, Chinese, French, Greek, Indian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Paraguayan, and Spanish cuisine. New dishes and traditional favorites will mix, and some of the establishments will offer a signature cocktail or a special beer.
The fest will include live music and activities such as salsa lessons, story time for the youngsters, volleyball, and a pop-up park.
Here are the participating eateries: Aperitif Bistro, Avli Kafe, Avli Little Greek Taverna, Bayside Dumpling, Bourbon Street, ChiMac, Crown Room, Donovan’s, Dorawa, Fiamma 41, Fishscale, Hatfields, Krave It, Kung Fu Tea, Local Bar and Grill, Maria’s Mediterranean, Masala Box, Monahan & Fitzgerald, Nippon Cha, OSP, Papazzio, Pizzeria Uno, Pour House, Press 195, Red Mango, Sabor Guarani, Sangarita’s, Taverna Kyclades, Uncle Jack’s Steakhouse, VIPizza, and New Golden Wine & Liquor.
Tickets are $25 for adults and $10 for children under 12 years old. To purchase tickets, click here or go in person to Avli Kafe or Bell Bay Florist. Same day tickets are $35 for adults and $15 for children under 12 years old.
QUEENS BUSINESS EXPO 2018
Henry’s Carrot Cake
Henry’s Carrot Cakes the all natural, no preservatives, organic cakes has been tantalizing people for many years.The cakes were conceived for the sole purpose of self-indulgence and validation. Henry’s Carrot Cakes were created to complement and enhance one’s own flavorful individuality in cosmic waves.
Sizes are from 4oz’s to 2lbs
Other sizes can be discreetly ordered.
Over 25 Flavors (and growing)
Apple sauce Carrot Cake
Whole Wheat Low Brown Sugar Carrot Cake
Regular Carrot Cake
Chocolate Carrot Cake
Chocalate Chip Carrot Cake
Cherry Carrot Cake
Coconut Carrot Cake
Banana Carrot Cake
25% of proceeds will be donated to Men Against Rage and Suffering (M.A.R.S) and the Venus Initiative.
Interview with Dr. Anthony D. Andrews Jr.
Dr. Anthony D. Andrews Jr. was born on December 7, 1964 in Jamaica, Queens at Jamaica Hospital, the first and only child from a relationship between Anthony Andrews Sr. and Beatrice Phyllis Mahan. He was raised in Jamaica, Queens, and attended local public schools before graduating from York College with a B.A. degree in Political Science and Baruch College where he received an M.A. in Public Administration.
He attended York College and graduated in June 1990. In 1994, after serving in various capacities of leadership in city government, former York College President Josephine Davis asked him to return to the college to assist her in the areas of government and community relations. In 1998, he was appointed Assistant Director of Student Activities; and although he has served briefly in other capacities, he has continued to be a steadying influence throughout the years, serving primarily in the same capacity for which he initially hired in this department.
Provided by: York College