Anthony Brown, recently named one of The Queens Courier’s Rising Stars, donated his kidney in 2013 to his mother Zita Brown after she was diagnosed with kidney disease a year before.
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City Comptroller Scott Stringer sat down with The Queens Courier to discuss his first weeks in office and just where he plans to go from here.
The Queens Courier found two neighboring houses in Bayside shining bright for the holidays.
As Queens Restaurant Week has officially begun, eatery owners are hoping more diners will gobble up deals being served throughout the borough. The 10th annual promotion started Monday, September 30, and includes three-course dinners for $28 and three-course lunches for $14 at most participating Queens restaurants. Ellen LaPerna, manager of Bourbon Street, said she has [...]
The word fitness is typically used to describe a person’s physical health, but financial fitness is also important for well-being. The Queens Courier’s Health & Financial Fitness Expo on Friday, May 17, will feature both — and show how you can keep them in top shape. At the event, sponsored by The Queens Courier, there [...]
The Queens Courier is breaking news – and breaking barriers. Not only are we the first-place winners of the New York Press Association’s (NYPA) Past Presidents’ Award for General Excellence two years in a row, but our staff of talented writers and artists walked away with numerous other accolades. Last year, Melissa Chan set the [...]
Attention all seniors: do you wish there was one place you could have all your questions answered? That place is Towers on the Green in the North Shore Towers, where, on Friday, August 24 The Queens Courier will be hosting a FREE “Senior Health Expo.” Beginning at 10 a.m., attendees can network with business, health [...]
The New York Lottery says “all you need is a dollar and a dream.” We say all you need is The Queens Courier. Since 1985 we have been bringing you hard-hitting, award-winning news — from national issues, to what’s going on in your own backyard — with the mantra “we’re all about you.” Well, over [...]
It was all about jobs this past Friday when Senator Charles Schumer headlined The Queens Courier’s third “Power Breakfast.” In front of a packed house at Long Island City’s Water’s Edge Restaurant, Schumer gave a keynote speech about job growth in Queens, and answered questions from a panel of industry leaders. The event was hosted [...]
News outlets from across the state gathered to celebrate the accomplishments of local publications, their reporters and designers, at the annual New York Press Association Awards. The Queens Courier was honored to receive the Past Presidents’ Award for General Excellence in its division. Judges claimed the publication had crisp writing, a good mix of stories [...]