BY GRANT LANCASTER
Students at the Frank Sinatra
School of the Arts in
Astoria are starting their twoweekend
run of iconic musical
Hairspray on Thursday.
The musical tackles race
relations in 1960s Baltimore
and features famous musical
numbers like “Good Morning
Baltimore” and “You Can’t
Stop the Beat.”
Performances run March
5-7 and March 12-14, with one
show at 7 p.m. on Thursdays
and Fridays and two shows at 2
p.m. and 8 p.m. on Saturdays.
General admission tickets
are $25 and tickets for students
that last a lifetime
Located on a sprawling former estate in Brookville, NY, LuHi Summer
Programs has been the summer home and camp of choice for thousands
of Long Island students for 60 years.
Offering over 30 programs in four 2-week sessions LuHi has something
for everyone. Programs are offered for PreK through high school. Each
2-week session provides the opportunity for families to customize their
needs. Professionals in their specificfi eld direct each LuHi program.
Programs run daily, Monday through Friday, from 9:30 am to 3:45 pm.
Students arrive between 9:00 and 9:25. Buses leave our campus at approximately
4:15. Sign up for one, two, three, or all four sessions. Door to
door transportation is included in the tuition fee of our programs for
those who wish to use it.
Try our New Stem Select program which offers campers hands on experiences
in engineering, robotics and video game design. There are many
other great programs offered as well. Basketball, Soccer, Tennis, Baseball,
Dance; just to name a few. Check the website: LuHiSummerCamps.org for
a complete listing of all programs and descriptions.
Join the LuHi staff at our next Open House Sunday March 8th Noon to
2 PM Come meet the Directors and tour the facility. Enter a raffle for a
chance to win a FREE Session.
Give your child a summer to remember!
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and seniors are $15.
Musician and painter Tony
Bennett opened the Frank Sinatra
School of the Arts as a
public performing arts school
in 2001 in Astoria, Bennett’s
hometown. The school also receives
support from Exploring
the Arts, a nonprofit that Bennett
and his wife started.
BY JENNA BAGCAL
Breakfast lovers rejoice.
IHOP will soon come to the
Bay Terrace Shopping Center.
According to a spokesperson
for the Cord Meyer
which owns the open-air
mall, the eatery will replace
the former Lasia restaurant
at 211-33 26th Ave.
Word of the pancake joint’s
arrival first emerged on Facebook
at the end of February
ord Meyer could not
confirm when IHOP plans
to open but said that it will
operate in the space next to
the Express clothing store.
The news comes on the
heels of store closures and
management changes at the
The IHOP will join two
other Queens locations, one
in Flushing and the other
Courtesy of the Frank Sinatra School
IHOP will open at the Bay Terrace Shopping Center
Photo via Getty Images
IHOP to open at the Bay
Terrace Shopping Center
Astoria school presents
limited run of ‘Hairspray’
Building Friendships that Last a Lifetime
Learn more at www.luhisummercamps.org