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Wicked wickets: Guyana vs. Carib

Every August for the last 29 years, the Indo-Caribbean Federation has done its best to keep a rivalry going between Guyana and the rest of the Caribbean.For one day — on a well-worn field in Baisley Pond Park usually reserved for cr… Comments (0)

Queens GOP looks for DA candidate

The Republican Party is looking for a candidate to run against Borough President Melinda Katz in November’s race for district attorney.Queens GOP Chairwoman Joann Ariola-Shanks has met with defense attorney Joe Murray, whom she cons… Comments (0)

Wicked wickets: Guyana vs. Carib

Every August for the last 29 years, the Indo-Caribbean Federation has done its best to keep a rivalry going between Guyana and the rest of the Caribbean.For one day — on a well-worn field in Baisley Pond Park usually reserved for cr… Comments (0)

Small protest slams India over Kashmir

Standing in Jackson Height’s Diversity Plaza last Friday, Jahangir Kabir warned Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that he was planting the seeds for a potentially violent Kashmiri uprising.“When your back is against the wall, you’… Comments (2)

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Love at first sight, fights and a long goodnight

A touch of the Elizabethan Renaissance has arrived in our midst, thanks to the Queens-based startup theater troupe known as Rude Grooms, which is presenting William Shakespeare’s “Romeo & Juliet” at various locations in a corner of the… Comments (0)