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There were plenty of hot deals at the Queens Center and Rego Center malls earlier this week, just not in the way you would think.
Dereck Sumair, 23, of 160th Street in Jamaica, is facing a total of 41 charges after he was arrested for allegedly setting multiple small fires at both shopping centers within minutes of each other on Monday afternoon.
A 23-year-old man is in custody after small fires broke out at both the Queens Center and Rego Center malls within minutes of each other on Monday afternoon, police said.
(Family Features) For engaged couples, it can seem as if there are a million things to accomplish before the big day arrives. One essential piece of the wedding puzzle involves creating a registry that makes it easy for guests to celebrate your union with gifts that reflect your personality as a couple.
(BPT) - For most, childhood is a time of innocence. It is a time when wonder and excitement exist around every corner. Children view the world as an open book of infinite possibilities where they can be or do anything they want, limited only by their imagination.
Soldiers stop for a picture near holiday balloons from Macy’s.
Operation Santa Claus, the annual Marine Corps event, gathered thousands of disabled children from all across New York City to celebrate Christmas with Santa Claus at Hangar 19 at JFK Airport. Santa Claus rode in on a Delta jet, accompanied with Mrs. Claus. The two rode around on a train waiving, blowing kisses and spreading the Christmas spirit to the many children in the audience. Those in attendance received snacks and refreshments and were entertained by characters such as clowns, dancers, carolers, a marching band and the St. Francis College Terrier mascot. The children were given gift bags and sang Christmas carols until Santa Claus arrived. — by Michael Florio
Operation Santa Claus, the annual Marine Corps event, gathered thousands of disabled children from all across New York City to celebrate Christmas with Santa Claus at Hangar 19 at JFK Airport.
Santa Claus rode in on a Delta jet, accompanied with Mrs. Claus. The two rode around on a train waiving, blowing kisses and spreading the Christmas spirit to the many children in the audience.
There is no need to jump on a subway bound for the tourist-laden Manhattan streets to shop for your loved ones this holiday season.
Some of the best deals with the most personable customer service won’t be found on Madison Avenue or Broadway. Instead, they can be found right here on the busy streets of Forest Hills and Rego Park.
Hidden among the many fast-food restaurants, nail and hair salons and corner pharmacies that dot much of downtown Flushing, holiday shoppers can find a variety of gift ideas that come with wide-ranging price tags.
For seven years, New York Deluxe Fucha Jewelry, located at 135-33 Roosevelt Ave., has been selling rubies, diamonds, sapphires and other precious stones to customers with pockets of a certain depth. The store also carries items to fit every budget.
While the holidays are all about being thankful and giving back, the shopping can be stressful. Standing in lines, clipping coupons and fighting over the last flat-screen TV is not something most people enjoy.
However, Western Queens is home to some of the finest shopping, dining, and arts in the city, and with the holidays just around the corner, there is sure to be something for everyone on your Christmas list.
(BPT) - The holidays are just around the corner and with the big holiday season comes big spending. Americans spend an average of $737 on holiday gifts, decor, food and more, according to the National Retail Federation.
ME! ME! ME!: Shoppers overwhelm an employee handing out special discount coupons outside the doors to Macy's at the Queens Center mall in Rego Park. Ten minutes later the store opened and the crowd rushed in.
Thursday is the new black.
Continuing a trend that developed in recent years, holiday shopping that used to kick off on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, began on the holiday itself in Queens and elsewhere, as many large retailers opened their doors Thursday evening.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority will operate on special schedules between today, Wednesday, and Sunday, Dec. 1, to accommodate travel for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
New York City subways and buses will operate on Sunday schedules on Thanksgiving Day.
(NAPSI)—The holiday season was a special time for Elizabeth Taylor, as it is for many. Her casual, warm and welcoming California home was a beautiful holiday haven for an extended family of regulars that included her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Her loved ones were her greatest joy, but she also knew a thing or two about the art of gift giving. Her go-to choices featured soft cashmere sweaters and blankets or anything with a touch of sparkle. Diamonds were her favorite, including her signature scent White Diamonds Elizabeth Taylor. The White Diamonds fragrance collection reflects the deep feminine warmth and classic enduring beauty of the woman who created it. White Diamonds is a rich sensual floral fragrance with notes including narcisse, jasmine, amber and sandalwood and is available for the holidays in a beautiful gift set at Macy’s and other fine department stores. It includes a 3.3-fl. oz. Eau de Toilette Spray Naturel, 3.3-oz. Perfumed Body Cream, 3.3-oz. Gentle Moisturizing Body Wash, and .5-oz. Eau de Parfum Spray Naturel. As part of Elizabeth Taylor’s passionate commitment and fearless leadership in the fight against HIV/AIDS, she directed that 25 percent of her royalties from White Diamonds and her other House of Taylor fragrances go to The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.
(NAPSI)—This holiday season, children of all ages can find a million reasons to believe—and you can help.
To help grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions, bring a letter to Santa to any Macy’s. (NAPS)
(BPT) - You know the holidays have officially begun when the tinsel and colored lights go up in stores, streets and homes. Thanksgiving Day is now Black Thursday, when consumers – still hungry and primed for the best possible holiday deals – fight the famous tryptophan sluggishness and rush off to the mall not long after the turkey is carved and gobbled.
Santa Claus and one of his elves greet the public outside Macy’s during the program.
More and more people are connecting with work and family while on the go. The availability of different apps for smartphones makes it possible to conduct business, make lists, schedule meetings and contact family members when a change of plans occurs, all while sitting in an office meeting, waiting for an appointment or heading home on the bus.
(NAPSI)—While for most young people the teen years are challenging enough, for some, there are further complications—and one such young woman turned those into a way to help others.
(NAPSI)—Good news for the woman who wants to be dazzled with diamonds: A top-selling fragrance, White Diamonds Elizabeth Taylor, lets you wear diamonds every day.
The Queens Center mall capped off Hispanic History Month with the launch of CultureArte, a free two-day weekend event to honor Latin culture through music, dance and fashion on Oct. 12 and 13.
Shown are salsa stars Yesenia Adame and Rodrigo Guzman who have been featured on “Dancing with the Stars.”
Last year there was some hope the Macy’s July 4 fireworks show would start alternating between the Hudson, where it moved in 2009, and the East rivers, but that has not been the case.
This Fourth Queens residents were lucky to see snippets of pink, blue, green and gold peeking out from the Manhattan skyline.