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The wonders of western Queens were on display at a special NYC & Company networking event at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria on Oct. 18. Employees of local cultural organizations
The wonders of western Queens were on display at a special NYC & Company networking event at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria on Oct. 18. Employees of local cultural organizations


The 104th Precinct added a little holiday cheer to its Ridgewood stationhouse by adorning it with hundreds of colorful lights and an inflatable snowman. According to Capt. Christopher Manson, the force’s commanding officer, the decorations have been a hit with the community, as residents have stopped by to take photos in front of the headquarters. Pictured is the entrance to the stationhouse at 64-02 Catalpa Ave., as it appeared at dusk on Dec. 21.


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