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Collapsed building won’t be demolished

The owner of the abandoned building at 78-19 Jamaica Ave. that collapsed in April 2013 appears to have gotten a reprieve.The two-story structure crumbled after a rainstorm 15 months ago, crushing a parked car, and was slated to be d… Comments (0)

Queens electeds unite in support of Israel

When state Sen. Toby Stavisky (D-Flushing) and her husband rented a car and traveled through Israel to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary years ago, they decided to see the Palestinian-controlled Gaza Strip for themselves, she said. Comments (0)

Tunnel of no love from the city’s DOT

A pedestrian tunnel that connects both sides of Bellerose beneath the Cross Island Parkway at 88th Road has fallen into disrepair, and community leaders were out in force on July 17 to get the city to do something about it.“It is cl… Comments (0)

Alleged Pan Am-related crime spike debunked

One of the biggest fears many Elmhurst residents had regarding last month’s conversion of the Pan American Hotel into a homeless shelter was a potential increase in crime throughout the area.In the seven weeks since homeless familie… Comments (1)

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‘Get On Up,’ the James Brown story

Johnny Carson once remarked that he was great in front of 10 million people but not so good in front of just 10. The same can be said for the late Godfather of Soul, James Brown, based on what we see in the new biopic, “Get On Up.” Through… Comments (0)