MTA to begin weekend bus trial expanding service along Vernon Boulevard


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Starting this weekend, residents and visitors will have faster and better access to the western Queens waterfront.

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Weekend bus trial to expand service along Vernon Boulevard


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The western Queens waterfront will soon get a taste of extended bus service.

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Real estate roundup: Advocates urge City Council to scrutinize Astoria Cove, USTA files for new tennis stadium


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“The 1700-apartment project was approved by the City Planning Commission last week and now goes to the Council, which is likely to demand changes before approving it. So far, the developer, Alma Realty, has promised that 20% of the units will be affordable.”

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LIC comedy club founder hosting new Fox stand-up show


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A Queens native and founder of a Long Island City comedy club is bringing his years of experience producing laughs to a new show on Fox next month.

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Library services coming to Gantry Plaza State Park this summer


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Book lovers will be able to enjoy reading at Gantry Plaza State Park this summer.

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What to do this weekend in Queens


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The New York Landmarks Conservancy is holding its fourth annual Sacred Sites Open House Weekend on May 17 and May 18. Culturally important religious institutions open their doors to the public and introduce people to remarkable art and architecture they would not normally have the opportunity to explore.

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LIC scheduled for a weekend of fun


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Long Island City is the place to be this weekend.

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LIC Standard Motor building sale could fetch more than $100M: report


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The sale of a 315,000-square-foot Long Island City building could bring in a hefty profit as the neighborhood becomes more appealing to commercial tenants, according to a published report.

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