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Where to enjoy celebrating Cinco de Mayo in Astoria, LIC, and Jackson Heights.
Here’s where you can watch Superbowl LI in Astoria and LIC.
There’s no need to leave Queens to celebrate New Year’s Eve!
Attend a visioning session to help decide how to spend the $30 million that will be given to improve Astoria Park.
It’s almost that time, again—time for the biggest unofficial American holiday, Superbowl Sunday (February 7). This year, as you know, is Superbowl 50—and did you know why the NFL shunned the (…)
New Year’s celebration in Sydney, Australia against the Harbour Bridge based on our own Hell Gate Bridge. Photo credit: Adam.J.W.C. It’s almost the end of 2015! As usual, there’s plenty (…)
Porkfest, celebrating the pig with a 3 course special menu is back at Astoria’s Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden
We’ve learned that Grandma’s Kitchen (AKA Babickyna Kuchyne) is back at Bohemian Hall this weekend! Get ready for Czech/Slovak home cooking extraordinaire with plenty of pork, sauerkraut, dumplings, and more. (…)
Bohemian Hall Beer Garden in the warmer months. Tree lightings are all the rage in Astoria. Bohemian Hall is holding their own tree lighting on Friday, December 5 at 7 (…)
Thanks to the good folks at Astoria Park Alliance, we’ve learned of the upcoming Greening Western Queens Fall mixer! It’s being held Thursday, September 18 from 7 to 9 p.m. (…)
Surely you’ve heard of Vision Zero—it is a city plan focused on ending traffic deaths and injuries on our streets. Part of the plan includes public workshops, and one of the (…)
Trees New York’s Citizen Pruners Course is happening in May/June 2013 and scholarships are available.
Halloween is almost upon us! And Astoria truly delivers in the celebration department. Judith and Meg suggest some Halloween-oriented activities and such to make your Supah-H-Weekend lots of fun! All (…)
Throughout the summer, Green Shores – along with the Trust for Public Land – has been holding a series of listening sessions around Astoria/LIC regarding our waterfront. Tomorrow is the (…)