25 terrific things to do this week in Queens, from a Ramones tour to the Moth StorySLAM
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Thursday, July 21 1. Laugh it out at Brandon Knows Nothing, a stand-up comedy showcase where host Brandon Collins shares things he actually does know. Rockaway Brewery (46-01 Fifth St., Long Island City), 7 p.m., FREE. 2. Find hope at the screening of “Reunification,” Alvin Tsang’s film examining his family’s immigration to Los Angeles from Hong […]

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MAP: Make all your friends jealous and find the rarest Pokemon around Queens
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If you started to play Pokemon Go but don’t seem to have the same luck as your friends (or frenemies), they may have had a competitive advantage … Some Poke-venturers have combed Queens for hot-spot locations and shared their information to the masses. Mark down this Reddit list as a credible source of information. We […]

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22-year-old fast driver dies in Whitestone, a stolen car bursts into flames and eight more top stories this week
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From a young life cut short behind the wheel of a fast ride to a stolen car that burst into flames after a police pursuit, Queens has seen its share of chaos this week. A 22-year-old man was speeding down Cross Island Parkway in Whitestone, when he lost control of his Mercedes Benz E63 AMG. The incident occurred on […]

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UPDATE: Cops release sketch of creepy man wanted for sex assaults near a Flushing park
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The NYPD released on June 28 a sketch of a man who sexually assaulted three women in the area of Kissena Park in Flushing earlier this month. Law enforcement agents describe the suspect as a 40-year-old Hispanic male standing 6 feet tall, weighing 200 pounds with a slim and muscular build, black and gray hair and a tattoo of a […]

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Queens will get sprayed for a third time as city continues its war on Zika and mosquitoes
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The city isn’t fooling around with the threat of the mosquito-born Zika virus this summer. For the third time in two months, the Health Department will apply larvicide across marshy areas of Queens this weekend. The aerial spraying will take place from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on June 24-26, weather permitting.   The areas […]

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