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Queens Museum Celebrates Different Cultures With Weekly Outdoor Festival

The series kicks off Thursday with a celebration of India. 

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Got a Hot Date? 5 Ideas for a Romantic Daytime Rendezvous

Check out these five fun tips for adventures all over the city.

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NYPD Precinct Commanders Can Say Whatever They Want on Twitter (Mostly)

Deputy Inspector Ronald Leyson from the 110 Precinct hopes to share the good work of his officers.

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Local Businessman Helps Rebuild Scandal-Scarred Ambulance Corps

Al Perna has helped bring the Corona Ambulance Corps back from the brink.

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New York State Pavilion Restoration Set to Begin With $6M Upgrade

The former 1964 World's Fair structure could cost as much as $52 million to completely renovate.

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Tour de Queens Opens Registration for 20-Mile Bike Ride

The annual Tour De Queens starts and finishes in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.

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Preservationists Raising Funds to Create 3D Scan of New York State Pavilion

The experts hope to bring their 3-D lasers to cover every inch of the structures.

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1-Pound Kale-Eating, Barking Deer Born at Queens Zoo

The southern pudu fawn, one of the world's smallest deer species, is the latest to be born at the zoo.

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Original Batmobile, Mrs. Met and Music Planned for World's Fair Party

Flushing Meadows-Corona Park will host a two-part event on May 18 to honor the 1939 and 1964 fairs.

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Borough-Wide Festival Encourages Locals to Write

The event, organized by the Newtown Literary Alliance, will take place at locations in Queens

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World's Fair 50th Anniversary Features Pavilion Tour, Warhol Exhibit

The New York State Pavilion will be open to the public for a few hours, among other events.

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Cultural Affairs Commissioner Cites Rockaway as Model Arts Community

Tom Finkelpearl has been at the Queens Museum since 2002.   

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Science-Themed Mini Golf Course and Playground Opening for Spring

The two parks at the New York Hall of Science teach scientific principles like gravity and velocity.

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New York State Pavilion Opening to Public to Begin Anniversary Events

The Parks Department will host a tour of the structure for its 50th anniversary.

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Festival Celebrates Borough's Outgoing Poet Laureate

ETERNiDAY is the last bang for the current poet laureate, who ends his tenure after the event.

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