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Community Board application deadline gets extended another six weeks
Acting Queens Borough President Sharon Lee visited Community Board 1's monthly meeting on Jan. 21, 2020.

The Community Board application deadline has been extended for another six weeks, according to an announcement from Acting Queens Borough President Sharon Lee. The application deadline, which was originally Jan. 31, is now Friday, March 13. That gives individuals who are interested in becoming a member of their Community Board over a month to submit […]

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Queensline: Rockefeller charms in Queens and more in December 1965

In conjunction with the Greater Astoria Historical Society, TimesLedger Newspapers presents noteworthy events in the borough’s history. Welcome to December 1965! The Star Journal reported that St. John University’s chapter of the United Federation of College Teachers planned a demonstration on its Hillcrest campus as university officials were to bestow an honorary degree to the […]

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The music. The jokes. The beards. Catch Carole’s Kings in Queens on Sunday

It’s a gender-bending, harmony-heavy, toe-tapping homecoming for an iconic celebrity who studied at Queens College. Carole’s Kings, which consists of three male crooners, will present a tribute to female singer/songwriter Carole King at St. John’s University in Jamaica/Hillcrest on Sunday, Oct. 20, at 2 p.m. Backed by a three-piece band, the trio offers a dynamic […]

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Hillcrest crowd pushes back against criminal justice reform at recent DA forum

Progressive candidates for Queens District Attorney were met with only scattered support from an audience at Hillcrest’s Israel Center for Conservative Judaism on Monday night. The same crowd often held their applause for retired state Supreme Court Judge Gregory Lasak when he pitched his approval for keep those in city detention on Rikers Island and […]

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