Queens College to offer USTA-accredited professional tennis management certificate on non-degree basis

A brand new Professional Tennis Management (PTM) Certificate Program will be offered by Queens College in January, in collaboration with the United States Tennis Association (USTA).  Queens College, located 65-30 Kissena Blvd. in Flushing, is the first school in the country offering a new certificate for people hoping to work or move up in the […]

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Here are 10 things to do in Queens this weekend!

BY SAMANTHA WANDERER Friday, Nov. 1 Play at the Footlight Parents and caregivers can bring their babies and toddlers to meet up with others. 2 to 6 p.m. at The Footlight Bar [465 Seneca Ave., Ridgewood, www.Thefootlightbar.nyc]. Free. Artist Fellowship Info Session #2 Find out how to apply for the 2020 Socrates Annual Fellowship program, and […]

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Glendale Kiwanis Club to host a string of fall events this month

The Glendale Kiwanis Club began their year with new President Gary Milau by announcing a run of events for the month of October. The club also celebrated the culmination of outgoing president Tony Sauro’s year in charge with a president’s dinner. The club held its final meeting of Sauro’s presidency with a party at Zum Stammtisch, […]

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Queens lawmaker supports creation of task force to better promote cricket across Empire State

Flushing Assemblywoman Nily Rozic and fellow elected officials are teaming up with local cricket leagues and community associations to create the first-ever Empire State Cricket Task Force in New York.  Rozic and state Senator Kevin Thomas of Nassau County were joined by the American Pakistani Public Affairs Committee (APPAC) on Monday by Kissena Corridor West […]

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Transit advocates push to make a continuous Queens greenway more than a concept

While a recent pastoral New York Times piece that explored several hiking stretches on the Brooklyn-Queens Greenway sought to introduce New Yorkers to the natural marvels in their backyards, it may have given Queens biking enthusiasts pause. Though the piece highlighted a 14.6-mile stretch of the Eastern Queens Greenway, which the Parks Department has described as […]

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