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Super in Lindenwood

The job of making over the old Walbaum’s supermarket in the Lindenwood shopping center took about two years.“But it felt like a lifetime,” said Frank Almonte, owner of the new Food Emporium, an off-shoot of Key Food, that officially… Comments (0)

Koslowitz: Rego Pk. Library coming soon

Rego Park residents can expect the long awaited reconstruction of the community’s library to start soon — well, at some point before 2022 at least. Councilwoman Karen Koslowitz (D-Forest Hills) told those at Community Board 6’s monthly mee… Comments (0)

PA unveils ‘historic’ JFK jobs initiative

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey on Tuesday officially memorialized initiatives targeting job opportunities, business opportunities, and training and education for Queens and the communities surrounding John F. Kennedy Interna… Comments (0)

Mets parking may come to Willets Pt.

Two large swathes of Willets Point land are being eyed for temporary Citi Field parking spaces, according to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.That’s because construction of the proposed $2.05 billion AirTrain linking La… Comments (0)

Raising hope and funds

For over a month, students at the Louis Armstrong Middle School, IS 227, prepared for their Breast Cancer Awareness Walk-A-Thon. With the help of teacher Anna Tinoco, at top center with Principal Helen Ponella, they created posters and col… Comments (0)

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The atmosphere is no glass ceiling

Picture an artistic rendering of a woman in space. Did you see a goddess or an astronaut?Curator Julie Wosk gives you both, and more, at the New York Hall of Science in Corona now through Jan. 26 in the exhibit “Imaging Women in the… Comments (0)