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A Walk Through Queens with David Hartman and Historian Barry Lewis, aired December, 2004.

Channel Thirteen (WNET) Production
Executive Producer: John De Natale
Producer: James Nicoloro
Director of Photography: Mead Hunt

Channel Thirteen linked website: http://www.thirteen.org/queens/

Ninth in this series, Queens is the melting pot of today's America. Ranked #1 in the last census as the most diversely populated county in the United States, all regions of the world are represented among Queens residents. Looking at that variety we visit neighborhoods as diverse as Astoria, Flushing and Jamaica. We also highlight Queens fine heritage of garden suburb/new urbanist neighborhoods such as Douglaston, Forest Hills Gardens and Jackson Heights. And we stop off at cultural spots unique to the city including the Noguchi Museum, PS 1, Museum of the Moving Image and the Steinway Piano Factory. Not the burbs of fifty years ago, Queens today represents the heady mixture of people that is today?s New York.

Queens Walking Tour Trailer
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Channel 13 Walks - QueensQueens



Unisphere
David Hartman and Barry Lewis in front of the Unisphere, built for the 1964 World's Fair, Flushing Meadows/ Corona Park.
Photo: Joseph Sinnott/Thirteen 2004


Steinway Piano Factory
David Hartman and Barry Lewis at the Steinway Piano Factory in Astoria.
Photo: Joseph Sinnott/Thirteen 2004