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‘Green Girls’ Study NYC’s Environment

‘Green Girls’ Study NYC’s Environment

By Yvette Brown Staff Writer City Parks Foundation has come up with an innovative program that inspires teenagers to excel as environmental scientists, media artists and stewards of New York City’s natural resources. This program is called “Green Girls.” On Friday, 20 of IS 204 Oliver W. Holmes students, who are involved in the “Green […]

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Vincent’s Pleases Neighborhood Bellies

Vincent’s Pleases Neighborhood Bellies

The Old Time Vincent’s Italian And Seafood Restaurant 159-13 Cross Bay Blvd Howard Beach 718-835-4458 Cuisine: Italian Hours: Sunday – Thursday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. Delivery: No Credit Card: All major credit cards accepted Reservations: Yes vincentsonthebay.com The Old Time Vincent’s Italian and Seafood Restaurant is […]

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City Parks Tennis On QPTV

Queens Public Television will highlight the City Parks Tennis program and the services it provides to the community in a special program “Queens Perspectives: City Parks Tennis.” Hear from 16-year-old City Parks Foundation Lacoste Academy honoree, Christopher Rodriguez who was awarded the Billy Jean King tennis award by Billy Jean King at the 18th annual […]

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Ira Cohen, Veteran and Photographer, Remembered

Ira Cohen, Veteran and Photographer, Remembered

By Jon Cronin Staff Writer The late Ira Cohen, Vietnam veteran, photographer and lovable Queens’ curmudgeon was honored on Thursday at the Resorts World Casino New York City in South Ozone Park for his service to our country and his contribution to Queens art and media. Michelle Stoddard, a Resorts World Casino spokesperson, who worked […]

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Franny Lew Memories Are Coming To The Big Screen

By Domenick Rafter Editor in Chief Before social media and text messaging, there was an entirely different means of catching up with friends for Queens youths. It usually involved a car, maybe a boombox, possibly a leather jacket. At the epicenter of Friday nights in Queens, during the latter part of the 20th Century, was […]

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Trattoria Lucia: Warm and Inviting, Like A Friend’s Dining Room

Trattoria Lucia: Warm and Inviting, Like A Friend’s Dining Room

  Trattoria Lucia 247-63 Jericho Turnpike, Bellerose (718) 343-2185 Cuisine: Italian Credit Cards: yes Reservations: yes Hours: Mon-Thurs 11 a.m. -10 p.m., Fri. 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Saturday noon-11 p.m., Sunday noon-10 p.m. BY LYNN EDMONDS As the temperature drops and night falls earlier, Trattoria Lucia’s warmly-lit dining room, full of families, couples and pairs of […]

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Storytelling As Therapy At Astoria’s Q.E.D.

Storytelling As Therapy At Astoria’s Q.E.D.

BY MICHAEL STAHL On Thursday, Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m., Q.E.D. on 23rd Avenue between 27th Street and 28th Street in Astoria will be the setting for another edition of “Talk Therapy.” It’s a storytelling show that welcomes established performers as well as fresh newbies to recite revealing tales of time spent in psychoanalysis along […]

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