To provincial Manhattanites, Queens County is known only as the
place where New York City keeps its airports and where the Mets play baseball. One Saturday afternoon, when I didn't have a flight to catch and the Mets were out of town, I ventured to the northeast part of Queens--specifically, to the College Point neighborhood. There, in a strip mall stretching along a congested 20th Avenue, I went to look for Albert Einstein.
This article was originally published with the title Everyday Einstein.