A Queens-bred rap duo is performing a free concert in their native neighborhood Thursday night.
Queens Documented, a project of the initiative Five Boro Story Project, which creates community events to showcase stories and art inspired by the city’s neighborhoods, will officially launch on Sunday at Terraza 7, located at 40-19 Gleane St.
A community is outraged and looking for answers as they learned the city went behind their backs to turn an East Elmhurst motel into a permanent homeless shelter.
Foodies, get ready: a two-day international Queens food tour is coming to the borough thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign.
Angy Rivera, a formerly undocumented immigrant, knew which words she wanted to let out when she was invited to take the stage at Flushing Town Hall last month.
After not being fully paid for contracted work, two workers, including an Astoria man, have been given what they were rightfully owed.
The streets of Sunnyside will be alive with the sound of music and art this summer.
Music will continue to play throughout the LIC Flea & Food this weekend, as a renowned chef makes his way to the market.
If you come to New York with a scholarship to study and learn ballet, it may seem a little incongruous to eventually become a dog walker.
A burglary suspect has broken into five Long Island City restaurants and bars since June, getting away with cash and electronics, cops said.