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In the northwestern corner of Queens in New York City, Astoria has hosted immigrants from around the world, including large groups of people from Greece, Italy, Albania, Brazil, Colombia, Croatia, Ecuador, Egypt, India, Mexico, Montenegro and Pakistan. The area was originally called Hallet’s Cove after William Hallet settled there in the late 1650s. The name was changed to Astoria in honor of the world’s wealthiest man during the late 1700s, John Jacob Astor, who invested money in the area.

Population: 100000
Local Newspapers: New York Times
Local Sports Teams: New York Sports Teams
Local Colleges: New York Area Colleges

Zip Codes associated with astoria, new york: 11101 11102 11103 11104 11105 11106
Towns/Cities near astoria, new york : Hunters Point Jackson Heights East Elmhurst Corona Manhattan East Harlem

Astoria News
FunikiJam Holiday Beat Returns to Nyc for a Limited Engagement

FunikiJam's Holiday Beat returns Off-Broadway at the Actor's Temple Theatre December 9, 2017 for a limited run. Part live concert and part stage show, FunikiJam's "HOLIDAY BEAT: Family Musical," is New York City's only holiday show to celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Diwali, Chinese New Year, and Shichigosan - for kids! Captain Jam and the Agents of Jam invite Junior Agents and New Recruits to sing, dance and play along with their globe-spanning musical adventure to celebrate holidays around the world.

Hungry City: In Queens, Star Treatment for Seafood

On the ice, the fish seem to stand at attention, arrayed in neat columns, eyes like buttons and fins drawn in to flanks of winking silver. The shrimp are more disorderly, heaped in long trays, alongside floppy tubes of calamari and the occasional bin of glaring sardines.

Art at the Limits: City Gallery of New York

As part of our Art at the Limits focus on the intersection of art and policy in New York City, we've invited readers to share their art with us-photos, other visual art, music, drama and more. We aren't collecting arts listings here.

New York contractor arrested in comp fraud scheme

The owner of a Queens, New York, building contracting company has been arrested on several workers compensation fraud charges stemming from a construction project at New York University buildings in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Gerard Marino, 41, owner of GMCM Contracting Corp. in Astoria, allegedly falsified proof of insurance, left employees without workers compensation coverage, and stole more than $56,000 in insurance premiums that another construction company was ultimately forced to cover during construction at both campuses, New York State Inspector General Catherine Leahy Scott said Friday in a statement.

Waldorf Astoria slashing its hotel rooms by more than 1,000

The Waldorf Astoria said it will slash its number of hotel rooms by more than 1,000 in an overhaul that carves out most of its landmark building for condos. Confirming an exclusive report in The Post , the Waldorf's owner, the Chinese insurance giant Anbang, said Friday it has tapped Aecom Tishman to begin a massive renovation of the historic hotel that will begin in the coming weeks.

U.S. Department of Labor Again Cites Three Queens Supermarkets For Safety Violations

The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has again cited Trade Fair Supermarkets for exposing employees to safety and health hazards at three of its locations in Queens, New York. The company faces $505,929 in proposed penalties.

Photo Flash: First Look at Astoria Performing Arts Center's VEIL'D

Award-winning and critically-acclaimed Astoria Performing Arts Center kicks off its 17th season with the world premiere of Veil'd written by Monet Hurst-Mendoza and directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh . Check out photos from the show below! tells the story of Dima, a 16-year old girl with a rare skin condition.

Fruchthandlers pick up 196-unit rental complex near Bronx Zoo

The Fruchthandler real estate family 's FBE Limited bought a 196-unit rental complex in the West Farms neighborhood of the Bronx for $44.4 million, records filed with the city Wednesday show. A review of tax records for the past five years shows that the buildings do not appear to be rent regulated, likely because they were built in 1979 and do not currently receive any tax abatements.

Beekman Hotel in historic New York building is an urban treasure

The Beekman is situated in famous New York City landmark Temple Court, a building that was one of the first skyscrapers in the city in 1881 It goes without saying that half of the hotel experience is down to the physical being of the hotel itself. The environment of the building an hotel is housed in what separates it from being a three star or a five star hotel, from being a big brand or a boutique hotel, or from being a beachside getaway or an urban oasis.

Original Four Seasons Restaurant Eyes Spring 2018 Reopening

Julian Niccolini and Alex von Bidder , owners of the original Four Seasons Restaurant , are on track to reopen their historic restaurant in a less historic space at 280 Park Avenue in spring of 2018. As construction continues, the duo announced that a documentary about the original location will be coming out soon, sponsored by the nonprofit New York Historical Society.

Astrological Forecast

BIRTHDAY GUY: Actor David Schwimmer was born in Astoria, N.Y., on this day in 1966. This birthday guy earned a 2016 Emmy nomination for his portrayal of Robert Kardashian on "American Crime Story," though he may be better known for his role as Ross on "Friends," which also earned him an Emmy nomination.

Native Voices presents Annual Short Play Festival: Seven Generations

Continuing its role as the only Equity theatre company dedicated exclusively to developing new work by Native American artists, Native Voices at the Autry presents its seventh annual Short Play Festival: Seven Generations. Held during the Autry Museum of the American West's American Indian Arts Marketplace on Sunday, November 12, 2017, the event features new short plays by Native American Playwrights that urge the audience to think about how their actions today will impact the lives of future generations.

NYC's 2018 Michelin Bib Gourmands, Mapped

Michelin recently released its consolation prize list for 2018: the Bib Gourmands , a collection of venues where patrons can enjoy two courses plus a glass of wine or dessert for $40 or less. Though it's a controversial list, it's still widely used internationally as a guide for dining.

Mission To (dit)Mars presents the American Tradition

Mission to Mars, a theatre arts collective serving Queens artists, is thrilled to continue the Launch Pad reading series with THE AMERICAN TRADITION, a new play by Ray Yamanouchi. This free play reading will be performed on Monday, November 6th at 7pm at The Broom Tree Theatre located at 23-35 Broadway in Astoria, NY.

Queens Vape Shop Sues Rival for Sabotaging E-Cig Business

The owner of an Astoria e-cig store is suing a competitor for waging "a continuous campaign to interfere" with his business by fraudulently racking up charges on his company credit card, trying to bribe vendors into divulging information about his operation, and even tearing down advertisements for his shop to replace them with ads for the rival store, a new lawsuit says.

Art at the Limits: City Gallery of New York

As part of our Art at the Limits focus on the intersection of art and policy in New York City, we've invited readers to share their art with us-photos, other visual art, music, drama and more. We aren't collecting arts listings here.

Jennifer Lopez is a stylish jogger in scene for Second Act

Jennifer Lopez ditches her sexy stage outfits for a baggy tracksuit as she jogs through NYC while shooting new comedy Second Act She's currently enjoying a break between legs of her epic three-year All I Have residency in Las Vegas . And Jennifer Lopez looked worlds away from her sexy stage ensembles as she got to work on the set of her upcoming comedy movie, Second Act, in the Astoria district of Queens, New York, on Friday.

Who's Sitting Next to You on the Subway? On an R Train in September, We Asked.

This piece originally appeared in New York 's 50th anniversary issue, My New York - a special edition that attempts to capture the city's voice through first-person stories, spoken and written, about how our disparate lives intertwine. Read them all here .

The Feast: Hedy Goldsmith's Halloween Treats

Cooking for a crowd?'s newest online feature, "The Feast," turns to ace chefs-who better to advise on feeding the whole crew?-for recipes, prep advice and, of course, wine pairings. Plus, we'll give you 15 value wines recommended by our editors.

Oct. 25: Congestion, Bowe Bergdahl and gravity knives

Flushing: Mayor de Blasio will not solve traffic congestion by restricting deliveries and cracking down on drivers who block intersections . The damage was done during the 12 years of Bloomberg administration.

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