PHOTOS: Queens County Women’s Bar Association honors Hon. Jeremy S. Weinstein

The Queens County Women’s Bar Association (QCWBA) celebrated Hon. Jeremy S. Weinstein, the now-retired administrative judge of Civil Matters for the 11th Judicial District, during their Judiciary Night at Queens Borough Hall on Tuesday. Hon. Weinstein was recognized for his nearly 40 years of service and for his pragmatic way of impacting the lives and […]

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Long Island City Partnership launches online wayfinding tool to navigate the neighborhood

It is easy to get lost or confused while navigating the streets of the nation’s fastest growing neighborhood, but now the Long Island City Partnership is launching LIC Local, a new free mobile site and smart signage campaign that uses QR-Code technology as a wayfinding tool. One hundred “smart signs” designed by Entro and fabricated […]

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Queens scores a professional men’s soccer franchise

Queens will soon have its own professional men’s soccer team. The United Soccer League announced Tuesday that it awarded a franchise to the Queensboro Football Club starting in 2021, when the team will play in the USL Championship, the top tier of the league which is one level below Major League Soccer. “The deep, diverse […]

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Cuomo signs legislation from Queens lawmakers as part of Veterans Day Parade

With New York City’s 100th annual Veterans Day Parade providing a backdrop Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a package of bills enhancing services and bolstering protections for New Yorkers who serve or have served in the armed forces. The 14 measures protect the rights of active duty military members and veterans in a number of […]

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NYC Parks breaks ground on $24 million project to preserve the World’s Fair Pavilion towers

There was quite a buzz back in July 2015 when the International Union of Painting and Allied Trades voluntarily used apprentices to repaint the crown of the New York State Pavilion in its original “American Cheese” yellow paint. Not much has happened since at old World’s Fair site in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, but that […]

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