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Shalimar demolished but not all hope lost

Hits: 123Rego Park residents awoke one morning to see scraps of steel, wood, and bricks at 63-68 Austin Street, the spot where the classic Shalimar Diner once stood. Demolition began without notice two weeks ago. “I...

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Officials denounce attack on Hindu priest

Hits: 168Queens elected officials gathered in front of the Shiv Shakti Peeth Temple in Floral Park on Tuesday to condemn last week’s attack on Hindu priest Swami Ji Harish Chander Puri. According to the pols, NYPD...

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Mural unveiling tonight at Chinese restaurant

Hits: 250 Spy C Cuisine, located at 72-06 Austin Street, is hosting a community event tonight to showcase a new mural. Real estate broker Rhona Magelowitz worked with local artist Hilary Mance to cover the interior...

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Austin Public BFTS team up to help local homeless

Hits: 154The Backpacks for the Street (BFTS) program started by two Queens residents is making an impact on the local homeless population. Jeffrey Newman and Jayson Conner, co-founders and co-executive directors of the nonprofit Together Helping...

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Roadway Resurfacing Schedule

Hits: 180The following streets will be undergoing milling and paving. Plan your commute accordingly. Monday, July 22 Forest Hills – Clyde St (Yellowstone Blvd to Thorton Pl) Forest Hills – 102 St (Queens Blvd to 65 Ave)...

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Queensboro Dance Festival returns this Saturday

Hits: 195The Queensboro Dance Festival is returning to Rego Park for a series of performances on Saturday. Bring your family and friends to this creative event.The Queensboro Dance Festival features Queens-based dance companies that showcase diverse...

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