5 Things

Take a look at This Week at the Movies and Walter Mugdan's latest edition of The Conservation Conversation.

Good morning, Douglaston.

Glamour Magazine has chosen a local Douglaston college student who founded her own not-for-profit to be one of this year's Amazing Young Women. Keep an eye out for the story.

This month, the National Art League is hosting two new shows. Drop by Douglaston Patch tomorrow to read more about the exhibits.

Today, we will post Walter Mugdan's The Conservation Conversation column as well as This Week at the Movies. Reviews will include "The Thing," "The Skin I Live In" and "Texas Killing Fields."

Here are 5 Things You Need to Know Today:

1. This morning, read The Conservation Conversation and This Week at the Movies.

2. Keep an eye out for our story on Douglaston college student Kristina Saffron, who was honored by Glamour Magazine.

3. Tomorrow, read our piece on the National Art League's new shows.

4. The Douglaston Little Neck Public Library is holding its today at 4 p.m.

5. Bayside's public library will offer this afternoon.


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