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The Daily News published a story today about a group of African refugees who are interning at Astoria/LIC's Brooklyn Grange rooftop…Continue
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Today, Mayor Bloomberg announced that Astoria Park will be one of the 20 that NYC and AT&T will provide free wireless Internet. The service will go into effect this summer and will…Continue
It doesn't help to have friends in high places if those friends don't back you up when you do something as stupid as Weiner did. To be fair, a lot of those "friends" probably think he's a jerk behind closed doors (just like most other New York Congresspeople -- a sentiment allegedly has nothing to do with this…Continue
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Casey Neistat was fined by the NYPD as part of a recent bicyclist dragnet, getting dinged $50 for not riding in the bike lane. He tried to tell the cop that sometimes the bike lane isn't safe but the officer wasn't having any of it. So Casey…Continue
Hello Fellow Brunch-o-philes,
Looks like summer has finally come over to smack us in the face. Thankfully, this previous weekend had gorgeous weather, as we were able to sit in the big, open windows at Winegasm (…Continue
Borat star, Sascha Baren Cohen is filming a new movie called The Dictator today in Astoria. A little birdie told us they're scheduled to shoot around 41st St between 25th Ave and Astoria Blvd. Has anyone caught a glimpse of the set?
Sacha Baron Cohen will indeed …
My day always ends on a high note...if there is photography involved! It is my passion.
Left the studio about 8:15pm. While in my car, I happened to look up and this is what I saw. I had the biggest grin.. The Sun was this…Continue
A Summer Night's Dream is a FREE mini-festival as part of Queens Council on the Arts' Queens Art Express featuring art, film, music & vendors for one night at Hell Gate Social in Astoria, Queens!
Celebrate the beginning of Summer and the diverse talent of our borough with:
* Film Shorts (curated by Michael C. Freeland, with the premiere of Michael Hall's "Lost Hero") & a variety of local Vendors beginning at 7pm
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Who’s that guy? The one at the back of the pool hall. See him? You can’t miss him. He’s the big dude, the one with the scary scorpion inked on his arm and the spiky porcupine hair the color of the 8 ball he just sent flying across the felt like a meteor.…Continue
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Park Dental Care announced a 50% off sale today on Invisalign invisible braces. The sale discounts the total to $3900 and runs through Labor Day.
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If you haven't heard, Astoria is about to go crazy Tuesday.
Our little neighborhood, filled with hundreds of Greeks and Ecuadorians, is about to become ground zero for those countries' soccer fans, who'll no doubt be watching the big match between Greece's and Ecuador's national football teams.
That is, if they're not attending the game, which will be played in Citifield -- the…Continue
A few times a week you can find Miss Jones (Jacquie Jones) in the booth at the 30th Ave subway station. She has worked for the MTA for 14 years.
Miss Jones says: "Working at 30th Ave is like working for the UN. You’re an interpreter, therapist, GPS system. You work with the disabled, the mentally ill, the lost, the hurt, I mean you name it I probably did it. Some…Continue
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And that honor goes to the Bohemian Hall & Beer…Continue
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This morning, the MTA christened the new "Court Square" stop that allows straphangers a free, swipeless, SHELTERED transfer between the 7, G, E, and M trains. Until now, riders would have to exit one station, walk a few blocks down the sidewalk, enter another station, and swipe their card…Continue