Council member slams Astoria Cove project in hearing


| lguerre@queenscourier.com

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A member of the City Council’s Subcommittee on Zoning and Franchises called the affordable housing portion of the Astoria Cove project “a joke.”

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Star of Queens: Ed Shusterich, president, Pullis Farm Cemetery Historical Landmark


By Queens Courier Staff | editorial@queenscourier.com

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Ed Shusterich is the founder and president of Pullis Farm Cemetery Historical Landmark, a nonprofit organization that handles the upkeep of the Pullis Cemetery in Juniper Valley Park, Middle Village.

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Pumpkins and more at LIC Flea


By Queens Courier Staff | editorial@queenscourier.com

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This weekend, attend the Long Island City market in your Halloween costume to get you a discount of $2 off your first beer. And that’s not all. The market, located at the outdoor lot on the corner of Fifth Street and 46th Avenue, is also hosting special events for children with prizes.

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Sinking Lindenwood street being repaired


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THE COURIER/Photos by Salvatore Licata

A sinking street in Lindenwood that has caused hazardous situations for drivers and residents for years is now being repaired by the Department of Environmental Protection.

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Kew Gardens Hills synagogues experience growing pains


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Photo courtesy Nicholas Strini/PropertyShark

The large and expanding Jewish community in Kew Gardens Hills has fueled the need for synagogue expansions, according to religious leaders, but some are depending on special permits which aren’t always easy to obtain.

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Sunnyside-based NY Shamrock Soccer Club continues to grow after over 50 years


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Photo by Dinos Avlonitis

One Sunnyside-based soccer club has been taking the field for over 50 years and only plans on getting stronger and bigger.

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