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Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018

Habitat for Humanity New York City, a nonprofit that builds and preserves affordable homes across the borough, celebrated the third anniversary of ReStore in Woodside last weekend. Comment

Monday, Sept. 24, 2018

Sage Music, one of the most popular music schools in western Queens, didn’t have enough room for the multitude of students that were applying to study there. But after undergoing a remodel and expansion of their space, Sage is opening its doors to new students and anticipating the promising future of the school. Comment
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Cop busted in Astoria after assaulting and harassing former girlfriend: prosecutors

An NYPD officer was arrested twice by police officers from the 114th Precinct in Astoria this weekend and charged with criminal contempt in a domestic violence case, according to authorities. Comments (1)

Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018

Viva La Comida returned to the streets of Jackson Heights last Saturday to showcase some of the best Queens has to offer in terms food, music and, more food. Comments (1)
Prepare to spend many hours at the Museum of the Moving Image with their new exhibit, “A Whole Different Ball Game, Playing Through 60 Years of Sports Video Games.” Comment

Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018

A sudden downpour Tuesday afternoon flooded roads and subway stations as the remnants of Hurricane Florence swept through New York City. Comments (1)

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Do you know an immigrant in Queens who has made an impact on the community? Nominate a person who has made a difference for the 2018 Queens Ambassador Awards.
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