We have been struggling against the coronavirus for over a year now. The necessary procedures we had to adapt to protect ourselves created significant and sometimes undesirable changes in our society and our economy. The impact of the virus on the entertainment industry has been drastic. Performing arts have been deprived of their usual audiences. How have creative artists responded? For this episode, we will speak with several of them to hear about the pandemic's effects on their work and lives. Our guests will be: Eytan Mirsky, Musician; Barbara Elysee, Filmmaker; Adrienne Whaley, Queens Underground; Ariel Polanco, Dancer / Stage Actor; and Phil Cappadora, Astoria Filmmakers Club.
Black History Month Celebration
Hosted by Queens Borough President Donovan Richards
Sunday, February 28,2021 10:00 PM, SPECTRUM 34/1995, RCN 82, FiOS 34
Thursday, March 4, 2021 6:30 PM, SPECTRUM 34/1995, RCN 82, FiOS 34
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Join us as Queens virtually celebrates Black History Month in style, as we honor community leaders and brilliant students who exemplify everything that makes our borough great — featuring keynote remarks from New York State Attorney General Letitia James.
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QPTV Hometown Winners
QPTV received six 2020 Hometown Media Awards from the Alliance for Community Media Foundation. The awards program was established to honor and promote community media and local cable programs that are distributed on Public, Educational and Governmental (PEG) access cable television channels.