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Queens is easily the largest, most ethnically diverse borough in all of the US. Due to the diversity of the city, it is home to a plethora of restaurants representing cultures from Ecuadorian to Jamaican. Today the borough is mostly residential and middle class; however it was originally a compilation of small towns founded by the Dutch. It is the only place in the nation where African Americans have a higher median income than White Americans. The borough is also the site of the US Open Tennis Tournament.

Population: 2229379
Local Newspapers: Queens Community News Queens Courier Queens Tribune New York Times
Local Sports Teams: Brooklyn Nets (NBA) New York Giants (NFL) New York Islanders (NHL) New York Jets (NFL) New York Liberty (WNBA) New York Mets (MLB)
Local Colleges: Bramson ORT College Queens College St. John's University York College

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Towns/Cities near queens, new york : Corona Jamaica Richmond Hill Astoria SunnysideSt Albans Kew Gardens Ridgewood Murray Hill

Queens News
See it: Masked perv exposes himself to woman, demands sex act

Cops on Monday released surveillance video of a sicko in a face mask who exposed himself to a woman in the laundry room of a Queens building and demanded she perform a criminal sex act, authorities said. The creep, clad in all black, sauntered into the laundry room on 162nd St. and Jamaica Ave. in Jamaica about 2:50 p.m. on Wednesday and approached the woman, who was doing laundry, police said.

NY: Gov. Cuomo Calls New Congestion Pricing Plan 'Feasible,' Mayor de Blasio Shows Support

Jan. 19--Gov. Cuomo on Friday said his panel's congestion pricing proposal that calls for an $11.52 fee to drive on Manhattan's busiest streets is a work in progress, while political nemesis Mayor de Blasio offered the plan a glimmer of support. Cuomo, calling himself a "Queens boy," said in a statement that his Fix NYC panel's report detailed a "real, feasible plan that will pass the legislature to raise money for MTA improvements, without raising rider fares."

New book highlights 111 unusual destinations in Queens

Neir's Tavern in Queens is a 180-year-old institution highlighted in the new book, "111 Places in Queens That You Must Not Miss." Photo Credit: ULI SEIT Queens was an alluring mystery to Joseph DiStefano, whose early memories of the world's borough included glimpses of the iconic Unisphere from his family's car.

A Rare Tour of the Neustadt Collection's Tiffany Glass

The warehouse, which holds a quarter of a million pieces, is usually not open to the public. On a recent Saturday, it welcomed visitors.

Cops try to ID woman who collapsed at Queens recycle machine

This woman collapsed at the recycling machine behind the Food Plus store on Kissena Blvd. at Cherry Ave. in Flushing, Queens, on Sunday afternoon, cops said. Cops have released photos of an unidentified woman who collapsed Sunday at a Queens bottle recycling machine in the hope someone will recognize her.

Help Save The Secret Theatre With New GoFundMe Campaign

The Secret Theatre is in danger of shutting its doors due to the due to the economy and uncertainty of the future of arts funding. This could happen as soon as February unless people come together to signal their desire to keep the Secret Theatre alive.

Congestion pricing friends and foes both agree: The MTA is the worst

There's at least one thing that both sides of the city's congestion-pricing debate agree on: You can't trust the MTA. Groups for and against the plan to fund needed subway repairs by tolling drivers below 60th Street in Manhattan clashed over its specifics during a Manhattan rally Sunday - but they both added that either way, the MTA's involvement guarantees problems.

Woman, 93, and her son, 66, found dead in their Queens apartment

The 93-year-old woman and her son, 66, had no obvious signs of trauma and there were no weapons found inside the home they shared on 62nd Ave. near Yellowstone Blvd. in Forest Hills, cops said.

Queens Brokerage Affiliates With Century 21 Real Estate

A Queens, N.Y.-based real estate brokerage, NJK Professional Realty, Inc., has affiliated with the CENTURY 21A System, now operating as CENTURY 21 Professional Realty, the company recently announced. The brokerage will continue to serve real estate needs throughout Queens, Brooklyn and Long Island.

Suffolk cops: Three charged with sale of e-liquid to minors

Suffolk County police charged three people with selling e-liquid nicotine and cigarettes to a minor Saturday night, police said in a news release. First Precinct police arrested individuals at three businesses after a minor visited 15 establishments to attempt to purchase cigarettes and e-liquid nicotine as part of an investigation.

The price is right on congestion pricing

Gov. Cuomo's congestion pricing panel just made a critical contribution to public policy, producing a potent, pragmatic plan to curb maddening Manhattan traffic and fund the subways. But an equally lasting achievement of the 15-member Fix NYC commission may be building a bridge that connects the two politicians with the most at stake: Cuomo, who runs the MTA, and Mayor de Blasio, who owns the wheezing subways, and whose constituents are tired of both train dysfunction and street traffic.

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Food: Best Armenian Food NYC

Armenia is the little country in the Caucasus Mountains, at the hinge of the Middle East, Eastern Europe, and Russia. Armenia carries great historical importance as the country the Kardashians are kind of from and you'd think that essential fact would be reason enough for a few Armenian spots to open in New York on interest alone.

NYPD shutters Queens strip club Show Palace Gentleman's Joint

The show will not be going on at the Show Palace Gentlemen's Club now that the Queens jiggle joint has been shuttered amid allegations of prostitution. Armed with a court order, members of the NYPD Vice Squad cleared out and closed the Long Island City strip club on 21st St. near 43rd Ave. at around midnight Saturday.

On set of Scorsese's 'The Irishman,' N.Y. has a wannabe-Philly moment

South Philly's Friendly Lounge, recreated in Queens, N.Y., for "The Irishman," a Martin Scorsese film about a hit man in the Philadelphia mob. So The Irishman , Martin Scorsese's film based on former hit man Frank Sheeran's story of life in the Philadelphia mob, is being shot not in South Philadelphia , but a hundred miles up the road in New York.

Car crashes into Newtown Creek, driver not found

From condoms and corpses to trash and tires, residents of North Brooklyn are accustomed to seeing unusual objects floating in Newtown Creek. A vacant car was seen partially submerged in the Brooklyn side of the creek around 6:30 a.m., according to FDNY.

Public advocate offers to help file Whitepointe lawsuit

From the Queens Chronicle : Whitestone residents upset with the controversial Waterpointe brownfield cleanup may have an influential new ally. Public Advocate Letitia James said she would help in the potential launch of litigation over the situation at the We Love Whitestone Civic Association's meeting on Wednesday night.

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