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Black History Month: Tribune Hosts Awards, Panel Discussion On Feb. 23

The Queens Tribune holds another boroughwide event this year in honor of Black History Month.This year’s honorees include Deputy Borough President Melva Miller, Valerie Stevens, Director of Business Services and Operations for the Jamaica Center Improvement District, Executive Director of YMCA Jamaica Cedric Dew and Detectives Tanya Duhaney and Dorrin Ferguson who have made strides in the 113th Precinct Community Affairs Unit. Read more…

Artist spotlight: Beth Bailis

Visual artist in New York City, Beth Bailis is arguably most recognized for her Fusion Paintings, which incorporate ceramic abstract shapes into the painting surface, using other found objects and elements, thereby creating a relief effect. A graduate of Maryland Institute College of Art, and City University of New York, Beth is also on the Fine Arts faculty of St. John’s University, Pratt Institute, the 63rd Street YMCA, and Queens Library. Read more…

We’re Ready for a Summer of Growth and Fun! (Sponsored)

In 1885 the YMCA helped to invent summer camp to provide children with positive and fun experiences that build confidence and new friendships. Our YMCA camps have something unique to offer for every age group from our Kinder camp Programs to Teen Camp. Our goal is to meet your child’s developmental needs and provide a foundation for continued learning during the summer months. Read more…