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The series kicks off Thursday with a celebration of India.
Jamaica Arts and Music Summer Festival will take place in Rufus King Park and along Jamaica Avenue.
Felicia Tunnah, who took over the organization last September, was dismissed earlier this month.
The annual report from the Straphangers Campaign gave the Queens line the highest score this year.
The area under the 46th St. station is now Bliss Plaza, a sitting area with tables, chairs and planters.
The blaze at 10-39 51st St. left nine people injured, all of them first responders.
The neighborhood has several parks and restaurants ideal for a romantic get-together.
City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer is allocating $133,000 to bring more cleaners to his district.
Demand for larger homes led the developer of The Aston to add three-bedroom units.
DNAinfo New York rounded up expert tips on how to win over sellers and brokers.
The jam band, led by a founder of the Grateful Dead, is scheduled to perform in Queens on September 21.
The Queens Council on the Arts will be accepting applications for its Queens Arts Fund through Oct. 9.
New Yorkers can get away from the hustle and bustle without ever leaving the city.
The new TASC high school equivalency exam covers advanced topics like trigonometry and Newton's laws.
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