‘Moderate’ Martins seeks Queens support as GOP candidate for Congressional seat
QNS/Photo by Robert Pozarycki

In an election year where most people want to shake up the status quo, state Senator Jack Martins hopes his moderate record will convince voters on both sides of the aisle to send him to Capitol Hill. The Republican nominee for the Third Congressional District seat covering northeast Queens, northern Nassau and northwest Suffolk counties held by […]

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Twilight open house for a covetable brick Colonial in Little Neck
Twilight open house for a covetable brick Colonial in Little Neck

One of the most beautiful homes on the market in Queens right now is also one of the last houses left in our recently highlighted listings. They’re going fast… and you definitely don’t want to miss out on this one. Get the details on the home’s features and open house information below, and then flip […]

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25 splendid things to do this week in Queens, from shadow puppets to a warehouse art party
Photo: courtesy of New York City Shadow Puppet Slam

Thursday, July 28 1. Embrace Asia during the 39th annual Asian International Film Festival, three nights of film and video work by artists of the Asian diaspora. Flushing Town Hall (137-35 Northern Blvd., Flushing), 6 p.m., FREE. 2. Take a trip without leaving home at Passport Thursdays. Tonight’s theme is Ecuador and includes the film […]

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New boutique Saint Seneca in Ridgewood is full of locally made gifts you didn’t know you needed
QNS/Photos by Maria Gotay

If you’ve walked down Cypress Avenue in Ridgewood lately, you might have noticed a cute little storefront between Putnam Avenue and Madison Street. Saint Seneca, an aptly named verbal sandwich of the two trendy Ridgewood Avenues Cypress lays in between (St. Nicholas and Seneca), is the neighborhood’s newest and best maker’s boutique, featuring handcrafted goods […]

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Bell Plaza Sports Club in Bayside shuts its doors after 30 years in the neighborhood
QNS/Photo by Brianna Ellis/Art Department

Gym enthusiasts who have long used the Bell Plaza Sports Club will need to weigh their options after the Bayside fitness center closed down after 30 years in the neighborhood. A notification was posted on the front door of 45-58 Bell Blvd., where the gym once operated 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It stated that the location officially […]

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