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London Lennie’s is here to stay!

Hits: 208In an age marked by the loss of cultural cornerstones like Jay Dee Bakery, Ben’s Best Delicatessen, Shalimar Diner and many other mom-and-pop shops citywide, longtime patrons breathed a sigh of relief to learn that...

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Koslowitz reiterates support for Kew Gardens jail

Hits: 220While residents remain opposed to the proposed jail in Kew Gardens, Councilwoman Karen Koslowitz insisted that compromises made with Mayor Bill de Blasio will will benefit the community in return for hosting the facility. Current...

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Eeeeeatscon returns to Forest Hills Stadium

Hits: 210Now in its second year, Eeeeeatscon has proven to be more than a food festival at Forest Hills Stadium. The event, which took place this past weekend, was produced by The Infatuation, a well-known restaurant discovery...

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Annual gala supports largest park in Queens

Hits: 274The third annual “An Evening Under The Sphere” event took place in Flushing Meadows Corona Park between the Unisphere and Queens Museum on September 25, attracting 300 guests. The event celebrated the 52nd anniversary of...

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Explore folk music of Mexico this Saturday

Hits: 200 Join Musica Reginae Productions this Saturday at the Maple Grove Cemetery in Kew Gardens for a free interactive workshop. The group will make creative choices and compose together. This interactive event,for children (ages 4...

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Queens author writes 1970s love story

Hits: 251At just 24 years old, Anthony Sciarratta is an old soul. Thanks to his parents, Sciarratta grew up listening to music and watching movies from the 1970s and became mesmerized by the culture of the...

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