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Unlike the stereotypical definition of pageantry, this event usually consists of various challenges that tend to test the candidates abilities, talents and often stomachs. In the past these trials have included anything from public karaoke to
City officials have begun meeting with community groups and local leaders to decide where to install the bike sharing system's kiosks in Astoria the very beginning of a process that will last at least 18 months. I'm a little frustrated, said City
The graffiti mecca, a day before it was buffed. (Kim Velsey) I've been coming here for years. It's always been a great place where people will get together for art and peace and positive vibes, said Rhonda Elhosseiny, gazing up at one of the
Bus driver learning American Sign Language to better serve deaf riders Bus driver Edwin Cora has been inspired to learn ASL to better help his Q44 bus riders...To become so proficient that he can stand in front at his church and interpret the service
Ken Goldfield/(Ken Goldfield for Ny Daily News Camille Montefusco (from left), Red Reine and Jesse Darlin from Long Island went a little heavy on the makeup for their killer looks...Ghouls took to the streets of Astoria on Saturday for the third
The man had stabbed himself in the abdomen and was rushed to a hospital, say police. Friday, November 15, 2013, 2:10 PM Danny Iudici/Danny Iudici The man was taken into custody, say cops. A man stabbed his wife to death with a pocketknife in Queens
Residents sound sour note on QueensWay park proposal Probe plan's potential shortcomings during first of three public input sessions for controversial proposal to build Highline-style park on abandoned railway bed from Rego Park to Ozone Park...
Latimer and Colonial-era Quaker John Bowne are long gone, but their homes are still breathing lots of life into Queens' storied history...The Queens Historical Society will show off those houses and others in its annual Holiday Historic House Tour.
Aerosol can explodes in Queens classroom, six people taken to hospital About 32 children were evaluated by emergency workers after they responded to the classroom where the can burst inside Public School 64 in Ozone Park on Wednesday. Six people
Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013 Queens was just good enough to win its men's basketball opener Tuesday night, but that was all right by new Royals coach Bart Lundy. There are a lot of lessons we can learn from a game like this, but I'd rather we learn them