Filming of TV series BrainDead moves from Whitestone to Ridgewood. Watch a teaser
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“BrainDead” love Queens! Earlier this week the new CBS comic-thriller series filmed stunts and crime scenes in Whitestone. Next, the cast and crew is moving into Ridgewood. On May 3, neighbors of 47-40 Metropolitan Ave. can expect the new series to be shooting scenes in the area at different times during the day between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. Various […]

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These cute birds are holding up boardwalk construction in Rockaway Beach
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The Piping Plover, a cute endangered bird, is reportedly holding up reconstruction of the Rockaway Beach boardwalk. Rockaway Beach has been struggling to rebuild their boardwalk, torn up by Hurricane Sandy in October 2012, for what seems like an eternity. The $480 million restoration project has been marked by endless delays and struggles, from high winds threatening […]

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Bayview Grille and Marina, beloved Broad Channel restaurant will finally reopen after Hurricane Sandy
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After being brought to its knees by Hurricane Sandy, this Queens restaurant is rising from the ashes. The October 2012 superstorm decimated many southern Queens neighborhoods. Businesses were destroyed, families were displaced from their homes, and infrastructure from subway tunnels and bridges to sidewalks crumbled. The rebuilding of these communities over the past four years has […]

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Queens Tiles Unlimited helps girl with cerebral palsy on NBC series ‘George to the Rescue’
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“Making a difference one square foot at a time” is the mission statement of Tiles Unlimited in Queens and a belief best exemplified through the company’s continuing partnership with NBC’s home renovation series, “George to the Rescue.” The latest season of the popular show, which stars contractor George Oliphant and his team of workers and […]

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Here’s what you need to know about the 2017 M train shutdown between Queens and Brooklyn
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Phase 1 of the MTA’s overhaul of the Myrtle Avenue Line in 2017 will eliminate M train service between Middle Village and Bushwick for two whole months. According to an MTA announcement on Friday, the entire segment of the line between Metropolitan Avenue and Myrtle Avenue-Broadway will need to be closed as crews demolish and replace a […]

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