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Getting a Parking Spot in LIC Garage Is Like 'Hunger Games,' Residents Say

New rules at the Court Square garage force drivers to wait for hours for monthly parking permits.

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Man Hurt in 20-Foot Fall Into Subway Grate Trying to Get Keys, MTA Says

A man fell on Jackson Avenue near Court Square, FDNY officials said.

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Bench in Shape of Sleeping Homeless Person Installed Outside MoMA PS1

The sculpture by artist Fanny Allié's is a reminder that a public bench is a "potential bed" for some.

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Police Hunt Cyclist Who Groped Woman in Long Island City

The victim was walking on Jackson Avenue near 23rd Street when the man groped her, police said.

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Planned Parenthood's First Full-Service Queens Clinic to Open in June

The new 14,000-square-foot facility at 21-41 45th Rd. is expected to open to patients in mid-June.

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DOE Adds Kindergarten Classes at Hunters Point School for Waitlisted Kids

Parents still worry that a lack of school space will continue to be a problem in the neighborhood.

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Parents Start Petition for More School Seats in LIC

Parents started a petition after 50 kids were wait-listed at the neighborhood's only elementary school.

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LIC's Real Estate Scene vs. Williamsburg's: How Do They Stack Up?

The neighborhood's real estate market is hot, but how does it compare to its hip neighbor to the south?

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Antique LIC Payphone Will Record Your Thoughts on Public Art

A vintage phone booth is cropping up Long Island City to record your thoughts about public art.

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Learn to Stage a Fight Like an Action Star at Queens Workshop

The 40-hour seminar will teach actors and directors to stage a fight like a pro. 

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Taste Nordic Food at 'Pop-In' Restaurant at Sage General Store

Mrnilsson will operate out of Sage General Store in the evenings, offering two tasting menus.

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Glowing Water Purifier to Fill MoMA PS1 Courtyard This Summer

"COSMO," an irrigation system that can filter 3,000 gallons of water, will be installed in late June.

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Your Art Can Be Displayed in Court Square Park in $10K Contest

The Parks Department will accept proposals for the Clare Weiss Emerging Artist Award until March 22.

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City to Study Queens Plaza for More Affordable Housing, Bigger Buildings

The study will look at opportunities for more residential construction, particularly affordable housing.

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Service Changes Planned for 8 Subway Lines This Weekend

The 2, 6, A, D, G, N, Q and R lines are slated for service disruptions.