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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
Mount Sinai Queens Opens a Satellite of the Head and Neck and Thyroid Institute

September 21, 2017 - Patients in Queens now have access to high quality, advanced medical care for a wide range of ear, nose, and throat conditions at Mount Sinai Doctors Queens, the hospital's multi-specialty medical practice located at the Mount Sinai Queens Pavilion, 25-20 30th Avenue in Astoria, adjacent to the Hospital. Board certified specialists on the faculty of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai screen patients for head and neck diseases including thyroid malignancy, throat cancer, and advanced disease of the ear, nose, and throat.

Action Bronson Shouts Out His Favorite NYC Street Food

August was a brutal month for closures in NYC, Riviera Cafe in the West Village among the shutters. The nearly 50-year-old sports bar had quite a few fans, including actress Sarah Jessica Parker .

The future of New York City transit in every borough

From how to improve public transportation in cities, ranking the best car-free neighborhoods across the country, and a friendly competition between NYC, San Francisco, and Los Angeles to determine which has the best public transit, this week is all about how we get around in our favorite cities. All aboard! From the moment that the first streetcars started rumbling along New York City's streets in the 19th century, people have sought ways to make it easier, more efficient, and safer to get around the five boroughs.

Treasures: Lamp may have been in original Waldorf-Astoria hotel

What can you tell me about this lamp that we inherited from my husband's family? His mother told me she believed it was obtained after a remodeling of the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York City in the early 1900s. The metal base is damaged from salty air.

2017 NYC Greek Film Festival Inbox x

As the Chairman of the Hellenic American Chamber of Commerce, we are writing to ask you to consider supporting the eleventh annual NYC Greek Film Festival scheduled to be held in September 28 to October 15 in various venues in Manhattan, Astoria and Manhasset. We believe that prominent business people such as you are vital to the very viability of this important event for our community.

Book Review: 'NY in the Snow: A Magical Vision of New York City' by Vivienne Gucwa

I love New York City. I love the hustle and bustle that comes from being in the crowds of people going about their ordinary lives as well as those who are just there visiting.

Ophelia Theatre Group to Present Array of New Plays 'With a Twist'

Ophelia Theatre Group presents a fantastic array of new plays based on classic tales, but 'with a twist'! These performances, divided over four weekends, will turn modern and classic myth on its ear. -Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Daniel Robert s.

Astoria 'Makerspace' to Offer Work Sites, Equipment for Local Creators

A group of residents working to open a "makerspace" in the neighborhood struck a deal to set up shop in a room at Variety Boys and Girls Club , a community center on 30th Road and 21st Street. The space will act as a communal work site giving members access to a variety of tools and equipment for things like wood and metal working, laser printing, robotics, electronics and other fields.

Steinway Mansion undergoing extensive restoration

Henry E Steinway Mansion Restoration 2017 from Gabriel Espinosa on Vimeo . "Wow! What a stroke of good luck I had today! After taking Pilar to the airport I took Logan on a mini-tour of the old neighborhood.

The original 'Deuce' was a 1975 TV movie called 'Hustling'

"Cleaning Up Hell's Bedroom" describes the comings-and-goings at the Hotel Raymona, the "pross vans" that picked up the prostitutes off the streets and brought them for booking at Midtown North - and the connection between the city's underworld to the mainstream. Sheehy developed her articles into a book called "Hustling" that was filmed as an ABC TV-movie in 1975.

South Toward Hell

New York IT DOESN'T SEEM RIGHT, really--romanticizing catastrophe instead of just confronting its grim particulars head-on. Still, they cut quite a swath at Sir Harry's Bar in the Waldorf-Astoria, these brave men with forearm tattoos and walrus mustaches--firefighting volunteers who have swooped in from places like Danbury and Pittsburgh to shore up New York's own decimated ranks.

Homeless shelter sounds great here

I'm a resident of Marble Hill, and I can't think of a better location for transitional housing to help families who have lost their homes. Exactly how realistic was it to build "luxury" housing on a commercial strip next to the elevated train in the first place? That is beyond wishful thinking, it's terrible urban planning.

Astoria Ferry Route Counts 28,000 Riders During First Week of Service

The newly launched Astoria NYC Ferry route saw more than 28,000 riders use the line during its first week of service - surpassing ridership on both the Rockaway and South Brooklyn ferry routes during the same period, according to the city's Economic Development Corp. The Astoria route - which connects stops in Roosevelt Island, Long Island City, East 34th Street and Wall Street - counted 28,115 riders from Aug. 29 through Sept. 5, including 6,200 on Labor Day alone.

Looking Back at Long Island City's Slow Sizzle

New York Magazine all but invented the new-hot-neighborhood feature. In 1969, a cover story by Pete Hamill declared Brooklyn - especially Park Slope - "the sane alternative" to Manhattan living, laying out the template for hundreds of features, columns, and web posts to come.

Durst taps UAG to construct the newest Hallets Point buildings

The Durst Organization has selected Urban Atelier Group to handle construction at the two newest buildings at its Hallets Point development, a 2.4 million square-foot mixed-use project planned for the Astoria waterfront. UAG will serve as construction manager on 26-02 First Street and 26-40 First Street, Durst confirmed on Thursday.

Parents Launch 'Immersive' Dual-Language School in LIC to Fill Local Void

A pair of local parents and educators are opening their own "immersive" language school for youngsters this fall, after efforts to bring a French dual-language program to a public school in the neighborhood have so far proved unsuccessful. LinguaLab will open its doors on Sept.

140 New Citi Bike Stations Opening Across NYC Starting Next Week

Citi Bike will unveil new docking stations in Astoria, Long Island City, Harlem, Crown Heights and Prospect Heights starting next week, officials announced Tuesday. The expansion will consist of 140 new stations containing 2,000 bikes in those neighborhoods, fulfilling the city's earlier pledge to more than double the size of the bike-share network by the end of this year.

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