In “Sharknado 2,” swarming sharks attack humans next to iconic New York City sites, including Citi Field, home of the New York Mets.
Friday makes the 238th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence and, weather permitting, Queens residents can celebrate the country’s birthday with a boom.
Filmmaker and Mets fan Heather Quinlan is making a documentary based on the 1986 world champion Mets team to commemorate the upcoming 30th anniversary.
The Mets are stepping up to the plate to help out one of their iconic neighbors.
A Queens restaurant is vying against two other New York City businesses for a chance to serve food in Citi Field this baseball season.
J.H.S. 216 George J. Ryan will host a walk-a-thon to celebrate respect among classmates and discourage bullying.
After a recent poll found that Queens baseball fans prefer the Yankees to their hometown Mets, a New York Times analysis by zip code shows the Bronx Bombers are the favorite team throughout the city.
A Secret Service agent once threatened to shoot Mr. Met if he came too close to former President Bill Clinton, according to a man who once donned the outfit.
Mets fans will have something to cheer about, at least when it comes to the cost of tickets.
One Astoria bar is calling for the best in beards to come and duke it out in a night filled with local music and drinks.