Forest Hills will soon be the home to a brand-new co-working space
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Two Queens natives are bringing a much-needed co-working space to Forest Hills. Benny Tan and Tiffany Choi are the masterminds behind The Austin Space, the soon-to-be co-working space for the independent workers of central Queens. They wanted to create a place for technologists, creative freelancers, remote and independent workers, and entrepreneurs to be able to […]

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Meatloaf sliders and gallery tours: 10 fun events coming up in Ridgewood this week
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Another week means another array of possibilities for you to explore our beloved Ridgewood! Yoga, karaoke, galleries, meatloaf sliders and more await! THURSDAY, JULY 7 Music: Local Roots @ Onderdonk & Sons (FREE) Onderdonk & Sons continues its Thursday evening Local Roots Music Sessions with the Milkman & Sons. Stop by to Local Roots CSA to […]

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Trio behind Queens Bookshop aims to raise money to open bookstore after last Barnes & Noble closed down
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The closure of Barnes & Noble in Forest Hills and Bayside sparked strong emotions among Queens residents who would no longer have a general purpose bookstore in the area. But three former employees are looking to open a bookstore that will fulfill every bibliophile’s needs. Vina Castillo, Natalie Noboa and Holly Nikodem all met and worked […]

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Sunnyside filmmakers use Queens as backdrop for a short film about comedian
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Emilie McDonald and Bruce Smolanoff have called Sunnyside home for 14 years and are now using the borough as the setting for “Muck,” a short film about a Queens comedian. The fictional narrative, which clocks in at 15 minutes, follows Mel, a 20-year-old aspiring comedian who lives with her loving but pessimistic mother after being abandoned by her father. Mel […]

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Queens Village man creates new take on empanadas
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What started out as a way to bring a family closer together has now become a business looking to add a new twist to a traditional food and give customers a one-of-a-kind experience. Jonathan Batista of Queens Village is the man behind YourPanadas, a business just started earlier this year with his wife, which takes the […]

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