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Julissa Ferreras-Copeland, the outgoing Council member for Corona, reacts to the ovation she gets at the start of ceremonies honoring the late Borough President Helen Marshall Sunday at the Antioch Baptist Church.
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Council member Donovan Richard (second from r.), who is seeking the Council leader’s job, leans over to offer Joe Crowley (second from l.), the powerful Queens Deomcratic leader, a seat next to him. Crowley has yet to endorse a candidate.
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Full house at the holiday sale organized by the Queens Night Market folks at the Queens Museum.
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Annie Scott and Richard Boehmcke of Kew Gardens show off their line of cheeky Queens-inspired shirts at the holiday sale at the Queens Museum Sunday.
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The Edge School of the Arts dancers re-enact the Rockettes’ famous move at the “Holidays on the Avenue” Tree Lighting and Children’s Holiday Workshop in Jamaica.
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The new Sutphin Avenue Business Improvement District got its Christmas lights up for the first year, just in time for the holiday shopping rush.

Scenes from around the borough this holiday season: shopping for artisinal goods at the Queens Museum; lights and a Radio City moment in Jamaica; and the Corona-East Elmhurst neighborhood stopped to remember a favorite daughter, the late Borough President Helen Marshall.

Posted 12:00 am, December 17, 2017
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