Salvador Espinoza's photo exhibit, "We Will Be Here," opens Saturday at co-working space QNS Collective.
City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer allocated $33,000 to bring the street cleaning program to 36th Avenue.
Nine separate oil spill incidents were reported this year, up from two in the same period last year.
City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer is allocating $133,000 to bring more cleaners to his district.
Advocacy group Green Shores NYC is organizing the tour as part of its "Bridging the Creek" initiative.
The unnamed bar will feature high-end cocktails and jazz.
The event Tuesday night in Flushing brings up to 50 restaurants and shops for guests to enjoy.
Cocktail haven Dutch Kills is suing newcomer bar Dutch Kills Centraal, saying the name is too similar.
Owner Dominic Stiller said he wants to provide a family-friendly meeting place for Long Island City.
The Parks Dept. has removed the graffiti, but a local historian wants to see the artifacts moved indoors.
Brothers Shaun and Daniel Dougherty opened Crescent Grill at 38-40 Crescent St. in Long Island City.
The neighborhood has a growing pedestrian population, as more residential buildings and hotels move in.
Community members say they want bike sharing in Astoria, Long Island City, Woodside and Sunnyside.
Community Board 3 vetoed the proposed bar’s application for a liquor license Wednesday night.
A new Sweetleaf location has its grand opening on Monday, and will serve alcohol and coffee.
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