The festival, in its fifth year, aims to be a more inclusive alternative to mainstream events.
The fire caused 309 homes in New Springville to lose power Tuesday morning, Con Ed said.
The locations were removed two years ago after officials found they weren't ADA compliant.
The Coalition for Muslim School Holidays hopes to ensure the mayor keeps his promise to include Eid.
"The House That Jack Built" was written by Joe Vásquez, who died in 1995.
A new version of "The Act of Killing," which won a BAFTA and is nominated for an Oscar, will be shown.
James Burke, 27, made 13 false accusations against coworkers in Staten Island, the report shows.
As with much of the city, many Jackson Heights pre-K programs have more applicants than seats.
Parents of kids with autism fear their kids will fall behind after moving to I.S. 72.
Education officials said bed bugs have been reported in 15 classrooms at P.S. 69 since September.
Some schools in the neighborhood have adopted strong dual-language programs.
Many voters said they were indifferent towards what was once a heated congressional race.
The festival, in its third year, is calling for submissions from Queens and around the world.
The city has made school food healthier, but some Bronx groups are working to convince kids to eat it.
A pedestrian plaza and a coffee shop are this year's venues for the free concerts in Jackson Heights.
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