What to do in Queens this weekend and beyond
Reservoir Dogs

Attend a screening of Quentin Tarantino’s “Reservoir Dogs,” learn how to properly prepare a cover letter, take part in an Afrikan dance workshop, attend a yoga class, and do more at these events around Queens! Saturday, Feb. 6 Is running your passion? Head over to Astoria Park at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 6, and run like […]

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Snow adds to Woodhaven’s concerns over proposed SBS medians
Photo via Twitter/@AlexBlenkinsopp

After near-record snowfall pummeled Queens last weekend, causing travel problems across the borough, one local politician believes snow could potentially cause havoc for pedestrians and bus riders in the MTA and Department of Transportation (DOT) Select Bus Service (SBS) plan, especially on the proposed medians. State Senator Joseph Addabbo took to Twitter on Wednesday, Jan. […]

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Best parties and places in Queens to see the Big Game on Sunday, Feb. 7

The Big Game between Denver and Carolina is just around the corner, and as with the previous 49 football end-of-the-season matchups, it’s sure to elicit its fair share of excitement and controversy. And that’ll be just from the commercials! Historically, it’s also one of the biggest party days of the year, and the “World’s Borough” […]

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It’s about time! Southwest Queens civic leaders hail arrival of snow plows
Photo via Twitter/@AlexBlenkinsopp

With many roads across southwestern Queens unplowed for days after the Blizzard of 2016 hit the city, representatives were pleased to see the Department of Sanitation (DSNY) finally getting around to clearing residential streets of snow. After Mayor Bill de Blasio announced enhanced efforts to clean up Queens during a Monday press conference, DSNY deployed […]

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Woodhaven still buried under feet of snow days after Blizzard of 2016
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Days after the final flurries from the Blizzard of 2016, residents of Woodhaven feel that they have been given the cold shoulder from Mayor Bill de Blasio and the New York City Sanitation Department (DSNY), as many of their streets have yet to see a snow plow. Residents have taken to social media to show […]

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