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Though there was little ground to break elected officials and leaders of the Mount Sinai Health System gathered under a big white tent on Monday to celebrate the groundbreaking for the medical center’s Queens expansion project at 30th Avenue and Crescent Street in Astoria.
Just behind the podium, as an audience of 100 or so sat listening to reminiscent tales of the hospital once known as Astoria General, stood a mountainous pile of rubble and debris with a crane sitting on top like an angel on a Christmas tree.
The Museum of Moving Image, The Soundtrack Series - Music Video Edition, Friday, Oct. 18, 7:30-11 p.m., 36-01 35 Ave., Astoria. Features stories of music videos of Morrisey, Beyonce, etc. Contact: Dana Rossi, email@example.com, (917) 232-1931, $12.
The latest buzz going around the upscale Crescents section of Rego Park concerns the rather ominous-looking nests which have appeared in the area, with at least three right on the outskirts of PS 174. Are they homes to hornets or plain ol’ everyday yellow jackets? Should they be removed or left alone?
Well, they certainly look like hornets’ nests, typically inverted tear-drop-shaped, volleyball-sized structures attached to trees just out of human reach. But some of the insects seen entering and exiting appear to have the coloring that suggests something else.
The Maspeth community came together on Saturday to celebrate the life of one of its own killed in a tragic hit and run two years ago and to see the new street sign that will bear his name.
George Gibbons Jr. was only 37 years old when Peter Rodriguez, the driver police said was drunk, came down the wrong way of the Long Island Expressway service road. He smashed head-on into the cab that Gibbons was in. Gibbons was rushed to Elmhurst Hospital and pronounced dead on arrival. Gibbons had just closed up the bar he owned, The Gibbons Home on 69th Street, and was heading home.
World Maker Faire New York 2013, a festival celebrating technology, education, science, arts, crafts, engineering, sustainability and food, Saturday, Sept. 21, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 22, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. $15-$35. Contact: Karlee Vincent, (707) 263-1763 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Police are searching for an armed Florida man who allegedly shot at an officer last Thursday.
Allegedly Gary Sarback, 60, from Lake Worth, Fla. tried to remove a pocketbook from a woman near LaGuardia Airport around 4 p.m. on Aug. 22 then fled.
Foodcellar & Co. Market will open a second location in the Court Square section of Long Island City next summer.
Rockrose Development chose the gourmet grocery store for the 42-story building, Linc LIC, located at 43-10 Crescent Street, located thirteen blocks away from its current location in Hunter’s Point at 4-85 47 Road.
A gigantic show opened on Monday at the see.me gallery.
Seven hundred and fifty paintings and photos all neatly tucked into the sparse, white-walled 1,000-square-foot Jackson Avenue location.
Mount Sinai Hospital of Queens plans to operate, mend and improve in the next three years.
Representatives from the Astoria-based medical center presented a proposal to construct a six-story addition on the west side of its property on Crescent Street between 30th Avenue and 30th Road to Community Board 1 on Tuesday. The blueprints would require four zone variances, which CB 1 unanimously voted to support with one abstention and a few stipulations.