I had the vegetable croquette dish at Curry Bo on Sunday Dec 11 for $9.50 plus tax. Overpriced and not tasty. The roux was the only decent thing, but not worth $9.50 plus tax. The vegetable croquette was another disappointment. The plate was big, but consisted mainly of white rice. $9.50 plus tax for a big bowl of white rice is a lot of money. A very big disappointment, and I will not be eating there again.

Great news! I wonder though if they will address the 3 main issues the previous playground had: The young child play structure was several hundred feet away from the older kid structure (a nightmare if you have kids of different ages); no fence around play area; and no benches in the shade near the play area. I took my kids to that playground twice a week for a year and no one ever approached me, or to my knowledge the other regular parents there, about our insights to the playground.

Tennis players need parking. To hell with the citizens of Queens, tennis gets what they want. Limousines need parking, and tennis took more park land. So citizens of Queens can't go to the museum when the folks from Manhattan are watching their tennis. Bah!!!!

I'm not surprised: Sex crimes could be the norm in the considerable future assuming there are more and more riders.

Join Play4Autism and the staff at Shake Shack for a fun-filled hour of Arts & Crafts with a side of breakfast this Sunday, March 13th from 9 to 10am at the Queens Center Mall. This is a free event for all Kidz into Action members. Call 718-440-9863 to reserve your spot(s) today!

I still remember seeing Empire Strikes Back at the old RKO on Northern. Hopefully whoever buys it can make it into a theater again.

Brian Will posted a discussion The TNNIS Climb
February 16, 2016 / 10:41 PM
This new, drastically altered flight route is destroying my neighborhood while political hacks compete for the scraps left of this once proud neighborhood. I for one believe that Flushing can be beautiful again.

I deserve a trip to Cancun! As a Flatbush resident, I commute1 hour 45minutes DAILY to and from work in Flushing, Queens. I work full-time (10am-7pm) as the Coordinator of Career Services at Long Island Business Institute, and in addition, I adjunct on Friday mornings from 9am-12pm. These hours are not included in my 45 hour week. I\'m literally trapped in Flushing Queens Monday-Friday preparing our current students and graduates to succeed in the working world, This is NOT an easy job. From resume reviews, to mock interviews, creating cover letters, preparing references, hosting orientations, job and transfer fairs, my work is never done. On top of that, I work 3 additional jobs (non-profit, delivery service, music production internship) just to be able to live, save, and live some more. I should add magician considering everyone thinks I can snap my fingers and make job offers appear. Please send me on vacation!!

Sorry for all the dupe pictures- it never showed me that it posted- so I kept trying. Finally, closed the page, and came back and saw all of them. Then I couldnt find a way to delete all but one.

Lets Go Mets !

Lets Go Mets !!!!!


Why do I deserve a trip to Cancun? Good question! As executive director of the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce, I\'ve been working hard to serve our dynamic business community through advocacy, networking, and education services. In fact, we are celebrating our first year of amazing service to our community and invite you to join us on Thursday, October 29, 6-9pm, at historic Flushing Town Hall, for a reception and dinner. See you in the neighborhood!

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