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May 26, 2017
Both articles as beautifully written as Paul Joseph's music! Yes. One's life does certainly change(for the better) when U allow yourself the realization of music, & the arts. U can experience feeling your soul... When U enter this world U truly are transported. TY to Paul Joseph, & to Conductor Kim, the stunning sounds of the orchestra, & now a choir! Intertwined, U can have a wonderful experience.
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May 26, 2017
I've rather to see SBS along the Brooklyn-Queens waterfront in the not too distant future, as what Larry Penner have been saying so many times than this boondoggle.
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May 26, 2017
If only they'll be a major issue on the bureaucratic, corruptive and deceptive MTA's Agenda: However, we need to spread the word to bring much more turnout.
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May 26, 2017
So much for public safety being an ultimate number one issue that the bureaucratic, corruptive and deceptive MTA should doing business with the general public.
Variety hosts end of year celebration
by Benjamin Fang
May 26, 2017 | 339 views | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Vareity Year-end Celebration 2017
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The Variety Boys and Girls Club of Queens hosted its end of year celebration last Saturday in Astoria. Dozens of kids and their parents participated in activities including arts and crafts, dodgeball and musical chairs. They also enjoyed a video, produced by the organization The AJ Project, which explained the importance of the club, some of its programs and encouraged donations. The families wrapped up a fun-filled day with a dance party hosted by guest emcee Meester Mario.
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