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Monday, Nov. 19, 2018

Amazing Lash Studio, one of the nation’s largest and fastest growing eyelash extension franchises, opened its fifth New York location in Howard Beach, which is the only one operated in Queens, according to one of its owners, Gina Favia-Kelly. Comment
Forest Hills

Forest Hills dancer showcases her moves across the country

What’s sexy and saucy and breathes love and sensuality? Comment
Letters

Where is MTA’s feasibility study?

Whatever happened to the promised MTA feasibility study for restoration of LIRR service on the old Rockaway Beach line? Comment
Flushing

Senior fatally struck by SUV while trying to cross Flushing street: NYPD

FLUSHING — Attempting to walk across a Flushing street proved fatal for a senior man who was struck and killed by an SUV Saturday afternoon. Comment

Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018

City Councilman Paul Vallone (D-Bayside) confirmed Thursday that a controversial men’s shelter will open in College Point next year. Comments (6)
Gabriella Sosa Medina wasn’t expecting to win an award at the ninth-annual Student Conference on Conservation Science, an event organized by the American Museum of Natural History’s Center for Biodiversity and Conservation held every fall. Comment
High Heat

Yankees remain class of New York sports

While the Yankees are still looking for ways to improve their team and overtake the Boston Red Sox as the class of the American League, they have proven to be the only high profile New York City sports team worth watching in 2018. Comment
Yet another store in the Douglaston Plaza Shopping Center is closing its doors. Comments (2)
QueensLine

Famous artist Isamu Noguchi has Astoria roots

In conjunction with the Greater Astoria Historical Society, TimesLedger Newspapers presents noteworthy events in the borough’s history. Comment

Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018

Kew Gardens

Katz appoints Sharon Lee as deputy borough president

Borough President Melinda Katz announced Tuesday the appointment of Sharon Lee to replace Melva Miller as deputy borough president effective, Saturday, Nov. 17. Comments (2)
Astoria

Astoria artist’s newest album offers quick pick me ups for dark winter days

Astoria artist and French transplant LiLi Roquelin will release her fourth album “Be Inspired” on Dec. 6, which will be celebrated with a red-carpet event and live performance at the Village’s The Bitter End. Comment
United States Postal Service mailboxes all over South Jamaica have been redesigned to fight incidents of mailbox fishing that have been plaguing Queens residents since 2016. Comments (1)
Jamaica ►Video

Man shoots victim in the leg following argument on Jamaica street: NYPD

Cops were looking for the gunman who opened fire on an injured a man during a dispute on the streets of Jamaica last month. Comments (5)
Cops were looking for two women who allegedly assaulted a straphanger on a subway in Forest Hills. Comments (4)

Friday, Nov. 16, 2018

Thanksgiving and the holidays, with all of their festivity and collective cheeriness, are right around the corner. For many victims of childhood sexual abuse (CSA), however, this season can often be painful and isolating. Comment
The Jamaica Center Business Improvement District held its 39th annual meeting Thursday at The Harvest Room in Jamaica to discuss the future of the downtown area. Comments (3)
Education

CUNY students across Queens call for more funding

Students, unions and community groups petitioned on 10 campuses in Queens and other boroughs Wednesday for more funding for the City University of New York (CUNY) on Citywide Day of Action. Comments (7)
Not interested in slaving away all day making the perfect Thanksgiving dinner? Look no further than these Queens restaurants to have a delicious spread served up for you. Comments (1)
A cab driver from the Bronx will spend more than three years in prison after attacking a fellow driver with a tire iron during a fight at John F. Kennedy Airport, according to prosecutors. Comment
Far Rockaway

‘Ugly’ lights up the stage in Far Rockaway

Far Rockaway

‘Ugly’ lights up the stage in Far Rockaway

A welcome bit of family theater has come to the Rockaways. Comment
See what’s going on in Queens. Comment
Frida Libre — Flora Martínez as Frida Kahlo returns in a new version of last year’s runaway success, “Frida Libre.” “Frida Libre” presents a unique vision of the magical world of one of the most influential women in Latin American history. Martínez explores Frida’s art, her success, her intriguing sexuality, her passion for politics and her complex relationship with Diego Rivera. Frida’s rich, fascinating story is told through dialogue and song, under the musical direction of Jose Reinoso. Comment

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