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Other NewsOctober 22, 2014 by The Jewish Voice
The three-month promotion, sponsored by American Express, will showcase New York City's five boroughs as must-see destinations for locals. For more ... In addition, five of the highlighted neighborhoods—DUMBO, Harlem, Long Island City, St. George and Van Cortlandt Park—are being promoted through custom illustrations that draw inspiration from vintage travel posters. The creative ... The cornerstone of the Greenbelt is High Rock Park, known for its deeply wooded areas, quiet ponds and various wetlands.October 20, 2014 by NY City Lens
Once completed, Hunter's Point South—under construction in Long Island City, Queens—will be the biggest affordable housing development in New York City since the 1970s, with 3,000 affordable units. The project's first phase, ... Rachel Meltzer, a professor of urban policy at The New School, said the district is doing the right thing by giving priority to District 2 residents, as it will help preserve the character of Long Island City and prevent residents from being forced out of their neighborhood. “Sixty percent is a good ...October 18, 2014 by New York Post
A series of ugly hazing incidents at a Queens high school has led to several football players — including one of the city's top student athletes — being kicked off the team, The Post has learned. Two boys at William Cullen Bryant HS in Long Island City ...October 1, 2014 by New York Times
New York TimesIn Long Island City, a tunnel constructed from red tumbling mats inspired comparisons to snakes and worms. Games and exercises were punctuated by water breaks and doodling. CrossFit Kids instructors are discouraged from telling children to move faster, ...September 25, 2014 by Queens Chronicle
“Elaine Hajian: The Evolution of an Artist,” Queens Botanical Garden, Visitor & Administration Building, 43-50 Main St., Flushing, opening on Tue., Sept. 30, admission included with entry ($4 adults, $3 seniors, $2 students/children 3-12). Contact: (718) ...News headlines by Google News