Enter PM Pediatrics’ ‘Show Us Your Super Kid’ Photo Contest for a chance to win a $300 bike
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“Show Us Your Super Kid” and win a $300 bike! PM Pediatrics knows that every child has a superhero inside of them just waiting to save the day! That’s why the leading pediatric urgent care provider, in partnership with QNS, invites you to “show us your super kid.” Simply submit a photo of your child in their […]

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Ridgewood and Bayside locations of Lucille Roberts gym are closing
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Queens women interested in staying healthy and in shape are losing two Lucille Roberts gyms. Members of Lucille Roberts locations at 55-05 Myrtle Ave. in Ridgewood and at 41-19 Bell Blvd. in Bayside received a letter stating that as of May 20, both locations will be closing. A Lucille Roberts employee told QNS on the phone that the lease […]

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Queens Taste 2016 brings explosion of 60+ best eateries in the borough
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We hope you’re really hungry, because the food festival Queens Taste 2016 has a long lineup of the best our borough’s food scene has to offer. For the 14th year in row, the Queens Economic Development Corporation and the Queens Tourism Council are teaming up to bring the best of Queens food under one giant roof for us to taste it all. To be […]

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Historic Forest Hills movie theater gets new VIP luxury seats, unbeatable $9 movie ticket remains unchanged
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A grandpa among New York movie theaters, the beautiful historic Cinemart Cinemas in Forest Hills, is getting an exciting improvement. The almost 90-year-old movie theater located at 106-03 Metropolitan Ave. announced on their Facebook page that they will be installing “VIP luxury seating better than the ones [where] you pay $20 per ticket.” In order 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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