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Astoria teen stars in TADA! Youth Theater’s production of ‘Odd Day Rain’

It’s a scary notion, but it could actually happen one day. All New York City families should start preparing for the worst before it’s too late, because in 2211, the world as we know it may no longer exist. Comment
Eastern Queens lawmakers gathered with Fresh Meadows residents on Sunday demanding that something finally be done to fix a pervasive water leak on 188th Street that’s damaged the pipes of nearby homes. Comment
Two teams from the Automotive Program at Thomas Edison CTE High School in Jamaica earned first and third place at the regional National Automotive Technology Competition in Queens last week advancing to the next round. Comment
Two people suffered serious injuries during a fire that broke out in a Bayside building Tuesday afternoon. Comments (3)
Up to 150 College Point residents made the trip to City Hall Sunday to call attention to a homeless shelter that they claim is not suitable for their neighborhood, as many other communities across Queens have challenged. Comments (6)
When you first walk into Momo Ashi Tea & Snack Bar in Bayside, you’ll immediately be greeted by a bright pink wall adorned with friendly cat and dog illustrations. On the left side of the decorative wall is a light-up sign that bears the words “Be Pawsitive.” Comments (2)
Benjamin N. Cardozo High School in Bayside has been bringing the Civil War to life for their students for more than a decade. Comments (1)
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer announced he would immediately start work on preventing residents at the Citylights co-op from losing their homes at a rally last week in Long Island City’s Gantry State Park. Comments (2)
Children colored, cut, pasted and built creations from recyclable materials at the New York Hall of Science’s “Remake the Holidays” event last week. Comment



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