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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Flushing

Tip of the week

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Flushing

Search still on for Flushing man five months later

FLUSHING — Police were seeking the public’s help finding a Flushing man who has been missing for five months. Comment

Monday, April 21, 2014

Jamaica Estates

SJU gets first president from outside the church

History was made at St. John’s University in Jamaica last week when for the first time the Vincentian institution named a new president who is not a priest. Comment
Flushing

Titan Theatre Co. prepares for its next big role in Flushing Meadows Corona Park

At the end of Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” with most of the cast lying dead on the floor, Horatio bids the title character farewell. Comment
Flushing

SkyView to get kids shop

The Children’s Place is coming to the SkyView Center. Comments (2)
Flushing

Moses left imprint on boro

Robert Moses’ uncompromising attitude toward opposition to everything from freeways to tunnels made him a villain to many neighborhood activists and he left an enduring mark on the landscape of Queens. Comments (3)

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Flushing

Flushing Library receives new self-service stations

Check it out. Comment

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The Civic Scene

Queen Civic Congress wages battle against illegal apts.

The Queens Civic Congress is an umbrella organization of approximately 100 civic and co-op associations in Queens. The goal of the QCC is to maintain the quality of life for Queens residents. While it supports the general idea of providing more affordable housing, it opposes the proposals which would legalize the currently illegal basement/cellar apartments which some people build. Comments (1)

Friday, April 18, 2014

Pomonok

Lancman grills NYCHA on Pomonok downsizing

NYCHA officials announced they are reviewing certain aspects of their so-called “rightsizing” policy after a grilling by City Councilman Rory Lancman (D-Fresh Meadows) at an oversight hearing last week. Comments (4)
Flushing

Developers find funds for Flushing Commons

The developers of Flushing Commons have cleared their last major hurdles before construction can begin on the long-delayed, $850 million development. Comments (4)
Flushing

Belgian waffles hit Seattle before 1964 World’s Fair

Ask just about anyone who visited the 1964 World’s Fair in Flushing Meadows Corona Park what they remember eating, and you’ll get the same answer—Belgian waffles. This gussied up breakfast food was, indeed, the iconic comestible of the fest. But contrary to the commonly held belief of Queens loyalists, they were not invented for that event. Comment
Flushing

1939 exhibits on future bring hope

These city fathers who met at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Manhattan had decided to hold what would be the greatest world’s fair. The location: Flushing Meadow in Queens. Comment
Block Shots

St. John’s future appears brighter with Delarosa commitment to SJU

Adonis Delarosa’s commitment appears to be the start of a good thing at St. John’s University. Comment

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Flushing

Man wanted in rash of Flushing grand larcenies: NYPD

Police were looking for a man wanted in connection with a string of grand larcenies and attempted robberies that hit Flushing this winter. Comments (3)
Flushing

New restaurants flock to Queens Taste 2014

From Portuguese paella to Turkish delight, foodies will get to sample dishes that are as diverse as the borough they’re from at this year’s Queens Taste. Comment
Flushing

World’s Fair Anniversary Events

Queens will play host to a number of events celebrating the anniversaries of the 1939 and 1964 World’s Fairs. Comment
Flushing

Cops arrest Ozone Park man in harassment of teen on Q88 bus: NYPD

FLUSHING — Police charged an Ozone Park man with attempted assault, aggravated harassment and menacing in an April 7 incident aboard a Q88 bus, the NYPD said. Comments (2)
Fresh Meadows

St. Francis Prep defeated by diocesan champ Fontbonne

Two rain-outs forced St. Francis Prep to wait a little longer for its first crack at Fontbonne Hall, which beat the Terriers in last year’s diocesan championship series. Comment
Fresh Meadows

Terriers fall to St. Raymond’s

St. Francis Prep Coach Brother Robert Kent didn’t sidestep or overanalyze the reason behind his club’s first defeat of the season. Comment

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