Astoria woman releases Queens food guide


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Photo by Mark Bennington

Andrea Lynn released her fourth food book called “Queens: A Culinary Passport” on Sept. 30, providing a guide to the most diverse borough and the variety of ethnic cuisines it has to offer.

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New Yorkers brave rain for LIC Instagram meetup


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Photo via @jnsilva/Instagram

Even through the downpour, Instagrammers flocked to Long Island City for an early morning celebration this weekend.

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Top places to get Halloween costumes in Queens


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Photo courtesy of House of Holiday

Whether your kid is looking for the ultimate trick-or-treat outfit or you are searching for this year’s Halloween party winner, the borough has plenty of stores specializing in the scariest, trendiest and most unique costumes for the holiday.

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Artist, volunteers beautify pedestrian walkway that connects Woodside and Jackson Heights


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THE COURIER/ Photos by Angy Altamirano

One busy overpass filled with traffic from pedestrians, vehicles and bicycles has received a stroke of color.

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LIC poet set to release second book


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Photo by Mike Geffner

One Long Island City resident has turned her heartache into poetry and will soon be releasing her second book. Audrey Dimola, who has been living in the western Queens neighborhood all her life, is set to release her book “Traversals,” a collection of poetry and prose, on Nov. 3.

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Group exhibition ‘Cultural Canopies’ to open at Courier/Mittman Gallery


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Photos by Queens Courier Staff

The borough’s diversity is being honored in a new photography exhibition coming to Bayside.

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George Clinton to sign memoir, give talk at Museum of Moving Image event


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Images courtesy of Museum of the Moving Image

George Clinton, known as one of the trendsetters of funk music and the brain behind the 1970s bands Parliament and Funkadelic (P-Funk All Stars), is scheduled to make an appearance at the Museum of the Moving Image.

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Instagrammers to celebrate 4th anniversary at LIC meetup


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Screenshot via Instagram

Instagrammers from all over the world will be capturing a special moment this weekend as they come together for the 10th Worldwide Instameet — and you can be a part of it.

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2nd Annual Halfway to St. Patrick’s Day Music Festival to take place in Sunnyside


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Images courtesy of Sunnyside's Boulevard Bars

St. Patrick’s Day might still be six months away, but Sunnyside will be feeling the luck of the Irish this weekend.

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