"Nari Ward: G.O.A.T., again" is the first single-artist show the park has ever displayed.
The store, which shuttered its larger site this week, will keep its smaller space at 26-20 23rd Ave.
The city-subsidized service will launch with a route from the Rockaways and take over East River boats.
Other winning projects include solar panels for the Steinway Library and a STEM lab for a local school.
Celebrate Dutch traditions, tour the Forest Park greenhouse or go birding this weekend in Queens.
The city's private preschools worry they will lose students to the city's pre-K program for 3-year-olds.
The building is expected to open to residents this fall with amenities such as a "library lounge."
About 74 percent of calls to the UFT's homework helpline are for math, up from 46 percent 20 years ago.
Rockrose Development Corp. wants to construct an 18-story apartment building at the site.
The messages were similar to graffiti written on a lawmaker's office building three times in March.
Rent-stabilized apartments could see increases of 1 percent to 3 percent for one-year leases.
The city will spend $28.75 million over the next five years to install A/C units in all classrooms.
The Jumping Bulldog, which has two locations on 23rd Avenue, will close by the end of the month.
The meeting will take place Thursday at Queens Vocational and Technical High School, officials said.
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