No One Trumps Trump

A promotional email for a radio show that aired last weekend tells us all we need to know about Queens’ richest son… Donald Trump appeared on John Catsimatidis‘ radio show on Sunday. Other guests advertised for the program included Gen. Wesley Clark discussing Europe, China and America’s future; Dr. Oz discussing health issues; and Manhattan […]

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Musicians Of Queens: Jeneen Terrana

Musicians Of Queens: Jeneen Terrana

Click here to listen as we debut the new single from Jeneen Terrana, “Calling My Bluff.” Since elementary school, Jeneen Terrana knew she wanted to become a singer. “I remember telling my mom when I was in 7th grade that I wanted to be a singer,” she said. “In high school, I started auditioning for […]

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Panda-monium Running Wild

A Queens Congress member has brought light to the obviously important issue of bringing pandas to New York City. U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney, making an appearance on John Catsimatidis’ radio show, said that Mayor Bill de Blasio does not support her initiative to bring two pandas to the Central Park Zoo or the Bronx Zoo. […]

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New Technology, No Problem

Who said senior citizens aren’t any good with new technologies? Flushing resident Adele Lerner celebrated her 108th birthday last week, but could not make it to her local synagogue for her birthday blessing. Thankfully, Lerner has kept up with technology while it has progressed from radio, to television and now the Internet. Lerner used her […]

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Maybe Next Year, Mike

Mets fans who hoped that Mike Piazza would be headed to Cooperstown were disappointed this week, as the catcher failed to get the 75 percent of the vote needed for induction. Piazza, who played for the Mets from 1998-2005, was instrumental in getting the Amazin’s to the World Series in 2000, came very close this […]

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Barely Making The Grade?

Queens singles, take note: it could be worse. A new mobile app called The Grade has released a map grading each Borough on its date-ability. Queens scored a B- overall, which may sound bleak to all those Borough residents on the hunt for Prince or Princess Charming, but is nevertheless better than the C+, C […]

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Musicians Of Queens: Bad Buka

Musicians Of Queens: Bad Buka

New York City is home to a nearly countless number of musicians. While that means there is something for everyone, it also means that it is difficult to stand out from the crowd. The Bayside-based Bad Buka though is truly a unique band that reflects the diversity of its home borough. The nine-piece ensemble brings […]

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Let’s Hug It Out!

The first trailer for the Entourage movie was released last week, which returns to the lives of four guys from Queens making their way in Hollywood six months after the series finale of the hit HBO show. The main cast will all be returning with Adrian Grenier (Vincent Chase), Kevin Connolly (Eric Murphy), Kevin Dillon […]

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Leroy’s Last Day

Borough President Melinda Katz offered a send-off to her Deputy Borough President, Leroy Comrie, last week, as Comrie readies to take office as State Senator. Oddly enough, we thought Comrie stepped down as Deputy Beep in May, when he announced his candidacy against Malcolm Smith, instead serving as a “special assistant” to the Borough President. […]

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