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Friday, June 5, 2009

Astoria Times

From the Footlights: Loving Leonard

Gail Roseman is a very formidable businesswoman. She was the president of the Queens Economic Development Corporation and was the first female chairperson of the Long Island City Business Development Corporation. Comment
Astoria Times

The Play’s The Thing: Brooklyn theater is model of what Queens’ could be

Queens and Brooklyn share the western end of Long Island, but are not of the Island. Both, of course, are part of New York City, Queens being the biggest borough in size while Brooklyn has the largest population. If you’re an out−of−towner, you know that theater is dominant in Manhattan, but if you’re local you know (or should) that there’s plenty of quality onstage activity this side of the East River. Comment

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