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Queens Plaza

Jul

23

2015

Grab a blanket and your besties because Hunters Point Park Conservancy is partnering with Cinema LIC  to bring the neighborhood a summer series of cult classics through out the summer. […]

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Jul

10

2015

Joe DiStefano’s excitement for ethnic cuisine in Queens is contagious. The curator of the new Smorgasburg Queens: The World’s Fare shared with me his top three must-haves at the market that will hit […]

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Jul

09

2015

In t-minus 2 days, Smorgasburg will finally be making its way to Queens. Smorgasburg Queens: The World’s Fare promises to gather some of the borough’s most diverse food in an effort to […]

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Jun

12

2015

If you need a major dose of cute (and $6 cocktails), you probably want a front row seat to the 1st ever LIC Tiny Parade. The neighborhood’s tiniest models are […]

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Jun

11

2015

From the restauranteurs who brought us two of  Hunters Point’s bedrock eateries—SHI  and Skinny’s Cantina, we await Kavala; a “modern Greek” restaurant opening next month. I’ve seen the sign in […]

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Jun

02

2015

Today is the 10th annual Taste of LIC event; a vibrant event where restauranteurs and small businesses in LIC come together to raise support for The Chocolate Factory Theatre. I’ve […]

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May

12

2015

To many residents, Long Island City begins and ends with Hunters Point, and perhaps Court Square. But LIC is bigger than you may realize—spanning an impressive 5.5 square miles. Dozens […]

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Apr

30

2015

It’s Thursday which is almost Friday which seems like a great reason to attend a fun and worthy event hosted by Court Square small business, Square Wine & Spirits. Their annual  […]

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Apr

17

2015

Hope you’re hungry! A handful of new restaurants are popping up this spring in Long Island City. May promises more consistent weather and even more delectable dining options. Tamashii Ramen Ramen lovers […]

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Apr

14

2015

If you are unfamiliar, participatory budgeting is a democratic process in which tax payers vote on how a portion of the public budget is allocated. As a District 26 resident, if you […]

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