Timeless Trends Served on 36th Street

Looking around Astoria one may find various restaurants and cafes that consume the busy streets of the community. Many of these places are fairly new and follow the growing trends of our time,… Continue reading

MTA Fare Hike

  With the MTA cost increase now in effect, commuter’s demands for the system’s faster schedule and up-to-date improvements will also take place. Subway and bus fares have risen by a quarter, making… Continue reading

All That Jazz

The Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) Jazz Band recently performed at the Jazz for Kids event at the Jazz Standard in Manhattan. Conducted by Mr. Stevens, the group consists of instrumental… Continue reading

RENT was a Hit

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA’s) presentation of RENT was a must see musical theatre production. Lead by drama teacher Mr. Cacciola-Price and vocal teacher Ms. Best, RENT featured two amazing casts… Continue reading

The Uke Hut

  On the corner of 36 street and 36th avenue a small shop with a white exterior is now home to arguably one of New York’s first ukulele shops. The Uke Hut  is… Continue reading

The Love Conert

  Even before the start of the show, there wasn’t a single person in the audience who didn’t have a smile on their face, student ushers included. At 7 p.m. on Friday, February… Continue reading

When I Grow Up

  A child is taught at such a young age that in order to survive in society, you have to be a job to survive. It’s so that when they’re older, not all… Continue reading

FSSA Literary Magazine: Interested?

FSSA Volleyball Goes Far

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) has gone its farthest in volleyball history, making it all the way to the third round of the play-offs. Every year the Lady Legends volleyball team,… Continue reading

When You’ve Got Nothing to “Loose”

  Would you have considered yourself a good speller back in the day? Try to remember back to the 1st grade. Crayon in hand, scribbling out your new vocabulary words of the week… Continue reading