It is a busy block as Northern Boulevard goes into Great Neck from Little Neck and for many years the border block was home to the popular Chinese restaurant Harvest Buffet. It has been totally reborn literally from top to bottom with new management and it’s terrific dining.
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Gear up and get moving! Bike aficionados can participate in the first annual “Loop,” a 20-mile bike ride on Saturday, July 26. Kicking off at the NYFAC building, 164-14 Cross Bay Blvd. in Howard Beach, the route will take riders over three bridges in two boroughs and back to NYFAC.
A Woodhaven woman was returning home from work on July 12 when a man grabbed her from behind, put her in a headlock and cut her throat open before running away with the woman’s purse.
After decades of internal civil wars for control of the Queens County Republican Party, the most recent factions sat down for peace talks. Sadly, it is too little too late. With the recent indictments of both GOP Councilmember Dan Halloran and Queens County Republican Party Vice Chairperson Vincent Tabone, NYC Councilman Eric Ulrich is now [...]
Lauren Cornea has been a Young Democrat with the Clinton Club of Northeast Queens, which serves the neighborhoods of Auburndale, Bay Terrace, Bayside, Douglaston, Flushing, Little Neck, and Whitestone, since 2010.
Come attend dance lessons at Flushing Town Hall’s garden as part of their free summer concert series on Sunday, July 13. This Sunday’s dance lesson will center on Soul Party, old-school R&B.
More than 1,200 bicyclists from around the city participated in the 7th Annual Tour de Queens, a 20-mile ride that travels through several neighborhoods in the borough.
One Long Island City nonprofit will be able to keep its home after a successful online campaign.
NYC & Company, the official marketing, tourism and partnership organization for the Big Apple, declared Curious George, the beloved children’s cartoon and book character, as the sixth Official NYC Family Ambassador on Tuesday.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s vision for universal pre-kindergarten is becoming a reality at two Queens Library locations.