The highlight of the exhibit is the slingshot area. You have to build a structure, place your “pigs” and then fire Angry Birds kickballs at them.
That Scout Office, that basement room in Queens, was my home every Friday night for years and years. And now it will be something else.
Dry Harbor Playground in Forest Park is a step behind ultramodern playgrounds with their space-age polymers and rounded corners. And that is just fine.
The Queens Museum is home an amazing scale model of New York City, and a showcase for many contemporary and modern artists.
Nearly three years after SuperStorm Sandy, Andrews Grove is back and a real gem in an area with a bunch of really nice parks.
If you have ever been a child (or had a child) in the Ridgewood/Glendale area of Queens, you have been to Mafera Park. But you probably knew it as The Oval or Farmers’ Oval.