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Explore Newtown Creek by Bike This Weekend in Free Tour

Advocacy group Green Shores NYC is organizing the tour as part of its "Bridging the Creek" initiative.

Bed-Stuy »

Little Branch and Silver Lining Owners Opening New Jazz Bar in Bed-Stuy

The unnamed bar will feature high-end cocktails and jazz.

Flushing »

Borough's Global Cuisine On Display at Queens Taste

The event Tuesday night in Flushing brings up to 50 restaurants and shops for guests to enjoy.

Long Island City »

Battle Brewing Between LIC Bars Over 'Dutch Kills' Moniker

Cocktail haven Dutch Kills is suing newcomer bar Dutch Kills Centraal, saying the name is too similar.

Long Island City »

New Bar in Dutch Kills Aims to Be Gathering Place for Changing Area

Owner Dominic Stiller said he wants to provide a family-friendly meeting place for Long Island City.

Long Island City »

Historic Millstone Displayed in Queens Plaza Was Vandalized: Officials

The Parks Dept. has removed the graffiti, but a local historian wants to see the artifacts moved indoors.

Long Island City »

Longtime Chef Brings Farm-Fresh Food, Art Space to Dutch Kills

Brothers Shaun and Daniel Dougherty opened Crescent Grill at 38-40 Crescent St. in Long Island City.

Long Island City »

Dutch Kills Residents Call for Stops Signs, Lights to Curb Speeding Cars

The neighborhood has a growing pedestrian population, as more residential buildings and hotels move in.

Long Island City »

Citi Bike Should Expand to Western Queens, Leaders Say

Community members say they want bike sharing in Astoria, Long Island City, Woodside and Sunnyside.

East Village »

Owners Behind Custom-Cut Ice Bar Ditch Plans for East Village Venture

Community Board 3 vetoed the proposed bar’s application for a liquor license Wednesday night.

Long Island City »

New Sweetleaf Location in LIC to Serve Cocktails From Dutch Kills

A new Sweetleaf location has its grand opening on Monday, and will serve alcohol and coffee.

Long Island City »

City Looking to Allow More Sidewalk Cafes in Long Island City and Sunnyside

A proposed zoning change would allow sidewalk cafes in special zoning districts where they're now banned.

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