Monday is the last day to apply to one of the permanently affordable units at the Long Island City site.
The eatery got its start in the neighborhood earlier this year as a pop-up shop in a local bagel store.
The new market opened at 50-01 2nd Street on Nov. 14.
Beer Closet lets customers customize their six packs from a selection of 200 different brews.
Prospective tenants have until Dec. 15 to apply for the 924 affordable units at the Queens development.
A forum to help residents with the application process will be held Monday night in Long Island City.
Tomato Fest will feature five tomato-centric courses, with some of the proceeds going to charity.
Class at the Long Island City school starts at 8 a.m. this year instead of 8:40 a.m.
Participants in the "Silent Disco" will get headphones, which will play tunes spun by two DJs.
Artur Mierzejewski, 34, helped the man, who jumped in for the "ice bucket challenge."
The crosswalks will be at 48th and 49th Avenue near P.S./I.S. 78, where stop signs were recently added.
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.
Local Project hit its $6,100 Kickstarter goal this week, which it needed to stay in Long Island City.
The suspect hit five Long Island City bars and restaurants, often making off with cash and electronics.
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