The New York City public school teacher arrested for crashing his drone into a stadium during the U.S. Open has been sentenced to five days of community service, according to the Queens District Attorney.
Special guests Queens Borough President Melinda Katz and Assemblyman Edward Braunstein came out to Bayside to congratulate the boys, and one girl, of the Rebels on capturing the Borough Cup for Queens and for their impressive season.
The display will feature roughly 50 sculptures by 30 artists, including Noguchi, MacArthur Genius Grant recipient Janine Antoni, former Guggenheim Fellow Mel Bochner, and National Endowment for the Arts grantee Dove Bradshaw.
The idea was one of two preferred alternatives recommended in the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Tier I Final Environmental Impact Statement, which was released on Sept. 25, for their Cross Harbor Freight Program, which considers increasing freight shipments across the harbor and reducing traffic on Hudson River bridges and tunnels.
Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer, Councilwoman Julissa Ferreras and Speaker of the City Council Melissa Mark-Viverito gathered on Thursday at the Thalia Spanish Theatre in Sunnyside to announce the allocation of $3.2 million to expand funding to art groups in immigrant communities across the five boroughs.
Gavin and Liam Faeth of Floral Park came into the world this summer with misshaped ears, but a plastic surgeon at the Cohen Children’s Medical Center was able to fix the irregularity with a painless procedure.
Hoping to garner support from Community Board 5’s (CB 5) Transportation and Public Transit Committees, Councilwoman Elizabeth Crowley presented her plans for a light rail infrastructure on the former lower Montauk line during the committees’ joint meeting on Tuesday night.