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Float your boat at Jamaica Bay Fest

It’s one thing to drive by the great Jamaica Bay, look out the window and whistle at its beauty.It’s another to plop your behind in a boat and go out on it, feel the water beneath you and wonder at its scale. Comments (0)

DOT says no updated timeline for bike lane

The waiting continues for Phase IV of the Queens Boulevard bike lanes, which would extend beyond Yellowstone Boulevard to Union Turnpike.Work on the final phase of the bike lanes, which started at 50th Street in 2015, was scheduled … Comments (0)

Mixed foreclosure numbers in Queens

First-time house foreclosure numbers in Queens offered mixed results according to a report released this week.PropertyShark, a website that covers residential and commercial real estate in major United States markets, reports that t… Comments (0)

Celebrating new green roof legislation

City Comptroller Scott Stringer joined state Sen. John Liu (D-Bayside), Assemblywoman Nily Rozic (D-Fresh Meadows) and environmental advocates in Flushing on Monday to celebrate a newly passed law that modernizes and improves an incentive … Comments (0)

DOT says no updated timeline for bike lane

The waiting continues for Phase IV of the Queens Boulevard bike lanes, which would extend beyond Yellowstone Boulevard to Union Turnpike.Work on the final phase of the bike lanes, which started at 50th Street in 2015, was scheduled … Comments (0)

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They’re creepy and they’re kooky, and, as evidenced in “The Addams Family,” the hit musical comedy now drawing large crowds to Maggie’s Little Theater in Middle Village, they’re a hell of a lot of fun to be around. The show runs through Ju… Comments (0)