Because they're just that great (and also know that The Goonies was filmed in Astoria), Philly-based, pop-culture-loving art collective the Autumn Society are hosting THIS IS OUR TIME NOW: a June 4th, travel-worthy Goonies-ganza in Astoria's newly relocated lowbrow temple Lunar Boy Gallery, featuring 30 works from artists homaging loveable characters from the classic '80s film, except for Robert Davi, who's only loveable when he's getting hit in the nuts. What to expect
Data on a Zipline: The scene that should be credited for launching a thousand rope-course adventure parks is lovingly recreated in somber tones, capturing the kid genius in midflight on his way to Mikey's house, before they presumably both went and cashed some Chex
Deleted Scenes: From the show's curator (who's also an animator) this kaiju-meets-cartoon print reps a deleted scene featuring several characters being attacked by a giant octopus, who's vanquished when a music-blaring Walkman is shoved in its mouth, so clearly it was one of those awesome waterproof yellow Sports models
8-Bit Sloth: Imagining the malformed hero in video game form, this print captures a pre-swoop, powered-up Sloth with Ma Fratelli in the background making Andy walk the plank, which was a pretty Rocky Road in itself
Since you've made the drive anyway, you might as well swing by Cannon Beach (where Goonies ended) and check out the hardware store/ pub known to locals as the "Screw and Brew", where you can buy a shovel to dig for treasure, and enough beers to make you think that's an awesome idea.