Ticket holders enjoy smaller games at US Open side courts and practice fields


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THE COURIER/Photos by Alina Suriel

Tennis fans at the U.S. Open at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center have multiple courts to choose from in addition to four main stadiums hosting the sport’s biggest names.

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Facebook page aims to keep Barnes & Noble in Queens


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THE COURIER/Photo by Angy Altamirano

As a response to The Courier’s report on the closing of the Barnes & Noble Bayside location at The Bay Terrace shopping center — along with the location in Forest Hills, which will replaced by a Target — supporters of the bookstore have started a Facebook page called “Keep Barnes & Noble Open in Queens.”

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Queens remembers victims of 9/11 attacks at upcoming ceremonies


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RIDGEWOOD TIMES/File photo

Fourteen years after the deadliest terrorist attacks in American history, residents across Queens will remember the victims of Sept. 11, 2001, at memorial vigils scheduled to take place over the next two weeks.

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US Open reveals culinary lineup featuring gourmet cuisine, food trucks


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Photos courtesy of Levy Restaurants

The United States Tennis Association announced a lineup of culinary offerings at the upcoming tournament featuring old favorites, new dining experiences and celebrity chefs with international resumes.

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Q&A sessions to give fans a closer look at tennis legends during US Open


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Photos courtesy of Time Warner Cable

Fans attending the U.S. Open will have the chance to come face to face with tennis legends during question-and-answer sessions at Time Warner Cable Studios.

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Target to take over Forest Hills Barnes & Noble site


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THE COURIER/Photo by Angy Altamirano

The Target Corporation has signed a 15-year, 20,795-square-foot lease at 70-00 Austin St. in Forest Hills at the site currently home to a Barnes & Noble which community members have fought to keep open.

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