Calling Astoria Park “the jewel in our neighborhood’s crown,” Councilman Costa Constantinides made a pitch in his State of the District address on Monday to improve the park, including adding a FIFA regulation-size soccer field. The nearly 60-acre park became official parkland in 1913 and is home to the city’s largest and oldest swimming pool, bocce […]
Dive into swimming lessons this winter. The Swim Strong Foundation is accepting registration for their January/February 2016 session at Richmond Hill High School, located at 89-30 114th St., and other locations throughout Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan. They offer four different types of classes, ranging from beginner classes to ones for more experienced swimmers. The Get […]
Built on a 147-acre parcel of land in 1940, and listed by Terrace Sotheby’s International Realty, this house has been recently restored and brings together the best of modern convenience and vintage coziness.
Astoria was swimming in stars this week. On Tuesday, movie legends Jerry Lewis and Martin Scorsese came together for a wide-ranging and intimate discussion about Lewis’ innovations as a comedian filmmaker in front of a full house at the Museum of the Moving Image. Lewis has directed 12 movies, appeared in 48 movies, and hosted […]
On a tree-lined street nestled in Whitestone lies a house that could make any person feel at home. Douglas Elliman is offering the one-family home located at 149-32 Third Ave., which is move-in ready. Encompassing almost 4,967 square feet, the colonial home includes four bedrooms – with a master suite including a fireplace and Jacuzzi […]