For five consecutive weeks this summer, the G train will be not run between the Court Square station in Long Island City and the Nassau Avenue stop in Brooklyn due to Hurricane Sandy recovery work, according to the MTA.
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The Long Island City site which once was home to the graffiti mecca known as 5Pointz could soon be gone.
One Long Island City nonprofit will be able to keep its home after a successful online campaign.
This Fourth of July, The POP BAR, located at 12-21 Astoria Blvd., is making its debut in the western Queens neighborhood during a grand opening “Backyard Bash,” including live music, cold drinks and a hot dog eating contest.
After having to move out of the building that housed 5Pointz, one nonprofit is turning to Kickstarter to help stay at the site it has called home for the past few months.
As the grand opening of the World’s Fair Festival approaches, The Queens Courier is digging up memories of the 1939-40 and 1964-65 World’s Fairs. The World’s Fair experience is still fresh in the memories of our readers, and many have shared their stories.
What began as a way to fight boredom in their small Wisconsin town more than two decades ago has turned into a full-time comedy career for Nick Prueher and Joe Pickett.
Warren Lewis Sotheby’s International Realty is pleased to offer the following tips for explorers considering living in Long Island City.
Face fuzz from near and far made its way to Astoria to try and win the title of best of the beards.
Harvey, a three-foot-tall hollow milk chocolate bunny at Aigner Chocolates, retails at $400, but is being raffled off to help Alzheimer’s research.