Sample food from 24 diverse restaurants at the Taste of Sunnyside
Photo courtesy of Sunnyside Shines Business Improvement District

Do you love Queens food? Sign up for our brand-new QNS Foodie Newsletter and receive food-related articles in your inbox every Friday morning. Food lovers in Queens who are searching for a diverse culinary experience should look no further than the Taste of Sunnyside― an event that celebrates the local eateries and beverages that the neighborhood […]

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This Cinco de Mayo, eat at three best-kept secrets of Mexican cuisine in Queens
QNS/Photos by Joe DiStefano

Do you love articles about Queens food? Sign up for our brand new QNS Foodie Newsletter and receive food-related articles in your inbox every Friday morning. Queens has enough Mexican restaurants, tortillerias and taco trucks to last a lifetime. With Cinco de Mayo just a day away, I thought I’d share with you three of […]

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Snuggle up with these 10 newly released novels available at Queens Library

Any hope of a mild winter were quickly dashed last week when the second worst winter storm in Queens history struck, burying the borough in nearly 2 feet of snow. A week later, the storm is but a distant memory and the snow is all but gone. And yet there’s a lot more winter to go […]

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Three-card Monte victim gets robbed on Ozone Park train: NYPD
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It started with a con game and ended in a robbery. Police released on Wednesday night images of three persons of interest wanted for tricking a man into playing a fixed card game, then robbing him on a train in Ozone Park back in December. On the afternoon of Dec. 11, 2015, according to the […]

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Blizzard of 2016 was too much, too soon for Ridgewood
Photo via Facebook/Jennifer Sitarevich

Like most other neighborhoods in Queens, Ridgewood’s main arteries — such as Myrtle Avenue and Fresh Pond Road — are relatively clear following the Blizzard of 2016, but many residential side streets were impassible as of Monday morning. Evidence of this could be found in a photo shared on The Courier’s Facebook page that showed a large igloo created out of […]

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