Musicians Of Queens: Kat Quinn

Musicians Of Queens: Kat Quinn

For some people, music is a path they intentionally walk down, chasing their muse and working to build a career, as you do in any job. However, this medium is also one of the only scenarios where you can simply fall into songwriting and discover how well it suits you. This is how Kat Quinn […]

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Queens’ World Series Champ

A well-known St. John’s alumni is now a World Series champion. Former St. John’s University infielder Joe Panik now has a championship ring as his team, the San Francisco Giants, were crowned World Series champions, defeating the Kansas City Royals in a series that went the distance. Panik contributed to the Giant’s triumph, making a […]

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Looney Toons At Queens Zoo?

A pack of pups have a new home at the Queens Zoo. According to the Wildlife Conservation Society, five adorable orphaned coyotes have been taken in by the WCS’ Queens Zoo. They were rescued in Massachusetts, and will live in an expansive, grassland habitat at their new home. “The Queens Zoo educates visitors about animals […]

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Donut Doings

Promoting the launch of Dunkin Donuts new croissant donut, the crew at the chain’s Northern Boulevard, Bayside, location was joined by Queens resident Suzan Fezzuoglio, who was randomly chosen to participate in the launch, which saw 500 of the new product given out for free. Now what, exactly, is a croissant donut?

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Carnival Corruption

Bronx-based carnival operator Tommy’s Midway Inc. pleaded guilty last month to bribing ex-State Senator Hiram Monserrate in exchange for helping to secure permits for a carnival in the 13th District in 2009. Monserrate was able to slip away due to a variety of evidence that fell through, including a cooperating witness who passed away. Last […]

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Musicians Of Queens: Juan Wauters

Musicians Of Queens: Juan Wauters

Juan Wauters’ journey is a classic Queens immigrant story. In 2000, his father moved from Uruguay to live in Queens. Wauters moved over two years later, joining his dad in Jackson Heights and working to make ends meet. As a teenager in a new, unfamiliar environment, Wauters threw himself into music, creating the nexus of […]

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A Working Families Joint?

With an election just days away, the Working Families Party is encouraging its members to vote for Democrats on the WFP line next Tuesday. Earlier this week, voters received this campaign flyer in the mail, discussing the WFP’s work to reform the Rockefeller Drug Laws. Hopefully this will convince folks to go vote Tuesday and […]

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Queens Fashion Takes To DC

If you want to get into the White House without sneaking past security, fashion design could be your ticket. That’s the path that recently took two Queens natives to Washington, D.C., and the company of First Lady Michelle Obama as well as Vogue editor Anna Wintour. Astoria’s Natalya Koval and Woodside’s Chelsea Chen – both […]

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Meet Mrs. Met

Everyone knows Mr. Met is one of America’s favorite mascots, and now his significant other is getting some attention. Mrs. Met took to Manhattan to meet fans outside her home Borough last week, including this young one outside of Radio City Music Hall.

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