BY LUIS GRONDA Staff Writer If you see a giant hot dog on wheels strolling down your block, do not be alarmed: It is just the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile. The traveling hot dog car has been traveling across the country with a two-person crew, including Woodhaven native Amanda Vazquez. Vazquez became interested in going on […]
Assemblyman Francisco Moya (D-Jackson Heights) is calling on the Port Authority to guarantee area airport workers a living wage and health benefits. Approximately 12,000 workers in New York City-area airports are paid at or near the minimum wage. Thousands of security guards, cabin cleaners, terminal cleaners and ID checkers make poverty wages and are afforded no […]
In the business world, an opportunity can sometimes come from an unlikely source. Recently, for instance, a major online retailer has taken steps to create opportunities for smaller stores. While the success of “big-box” and online retailers has been a boon for employees and shoppers, not all businesses have benefited. In fact, many believe that […]
BY TRISHA SAKHUJA Staff Writer Just in time for the New York City Wine and Food Festival, Joe Bastianich, restaurateur, vineyard owner and author, partnered with Progresso as they expand their line of soups with the introduction of Artisan Soups. Bastianich said he spent a lot of time in the kitchen with his family while […]
Musician Sonia Rao, who was featured on the first season of “The Voice,” stopped by our office last week to discuss her new album, “Los Angeles, Part 1,” and her time on “The Voice.” Rao even performed for the staff. See video of the interview and her performance at the revamped Queenstribune.com.