We shall sing the praises of Astoria as music has played a vital part of its history. Tony Bennett may have carelessly forgotten to pack his heart when he left San Francisco, but his voice has never been lost or left behind, it has stayed with him since his day of birth in this northwestern corner of Queens. Astoria, the neighborhood named after John Jacob Astor, actually constitutes the part of Long Island City north of Broadway (the Queens
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