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Listen to full-length audio recordings of the poems on Soundcloud at www.queensbound.com.

VIDEO FEATURED ON:
> Founder KC Krommer’s website
> Fractured Atlas, fiscal sponsor for the project

QUEENSBOUND


From Long Island City to Jamaica, Queens’ poets read their poetry on the 7 train - mapping the neighborhoods, vibrancy and diversity of the borough.

Queensbound's project launch on Nov. 3, 2018 featured local poetry by 17 published poets and writers from Queens. The project continues as poetry readings expand to more subway lines and popular event spaces.

Queensbound is a project curated by poet KC Trommer in collaboration with the Queens Museum and supported by Fractured Atlas and the Queens Council on the Arts.


 

HOW WE HEAL

Four short videos produced for “How We Heal” a project on alternative health
created by NY City News Service student reporters at CUNY's Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism

We asked New Yorkers “What comes to mind when you think of alternative health?”

We asked New Yorkers, “Do you use alternative medicine?”

Alternative medicine providers talk about their practice

Anupriya Lorick has been teaching reiki for over 20 years at Blue Star New York in South Ozone Park, Queens

Thomas Leung, pharmacist at Kamwo Meridian Herbs; and Suzy Seet, acupuncturist at Suzy Q Acupuncture speak to us about insurance coverage for alternative health and the principles of Chinese medicine

HOW WE HEAL


 


E-WASTE WAREHOUSE
GOWANUS, BROOKLYN

The Lower East Side Ecology Center is the largest non-municipal provider of e-waste recycling services in NYC.
The center manages the E-Waste Warehouse in Gowanus, Brooklyn, the city’s only free, permanent e-waste drop-off facility.
Residents can drop-off unwanted electronics, where they are then refurbished and sold at discounted prices.

Video featuring Troy Hanna, Lead Reuse Tech at the E-Waste Warehouse.
Learn more here: https://www.lesecologycenter.org/programs/ewaste/