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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

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Front Burner: Book Highlights Queens in All of Its Deliciousness

Queens has taken its place alongside cities like Paris, Venice, Hong Kong and San Francisco in the "111 Places" series of global travel books, crammed with insider tips. About a third of the one-page recommendations will direct you to something to eat in New York's most ethnically diverse borough.

Actress Virginia Lee Finally Receives Screen Credit for D.O.A. Through To The Flame

Sometimes the biggest mystery to solve in Hollywood is why performers aren't always properly credited for their noteworthy and important work. Film noir starlett Virginia Lee is one such actress who wasn't honored for one of her most famous roles for almost seven decades.

Slate buying LIC dev site for new 200-unit rental project

After scrapping plans in Long Island City once before, Slate Property Group is again attempting a project in the development hotbed, albeit in a quieter pocket of the Queens neighborhood. The developer is in contract to acquire a development site at 37-11 30th Street with 200,000 buildable square feet, with plans for a 199-unit rental, sources told The Real Deal .

Baby Found in Trash at NYC Park Was Likely Dead for Days

The body of a baby was found in a trash can at an elementary school playground in Astoria, Queens, police say. Now investigators are trying to figure out who left the baby boy there.

Memoirs: Tom Shcherbenko, retired teacher and political activist

Tom Shcherbenko is the kind of person who spends much of his time trying to help his neighbors, improve the community, and advocate for Staten Island. That's why, when the opportunity arose to run for borough president, Tom jumped at the chance.

Who are Manhattana s most active developers?

One look at the Far West Side in Manhattan, and it's pretty clear which developers are the city's most active. Related Companies and Brookfield Property Partners are respectively the top two most active developers in Manhattan, according to an analysis by The Real Deal .

Baby found in trash pile rushed to hospital in cardiac arrest

A newborn baby found discarded in a garbage pile at a Queens playground was rushed to the hospital in cardiac arrest Saturday, authorities said. The horrific discovery was made about 10:45 a.m. inside Dutch Kills Playground near the corner of 36th Ave. and Crescent St. in Astoria.

Here are the most loved filming locations

London [U.K.], Feb. 17 : There are many locations which we see frequently on screen - be it at your home or at theatres. A list has been compiled which has come up with top 20 most-loved, frequently-used filming locations for TV as well as films.

The top 20 most-filmed movie and TV locations revealed

From a starry night in Brazil to the stunning highlands of Iceland, the Landscape Photographer of the Year's incredible winning shots revealed Gasp at glaciers from 300 feet in the air: 10 reasons why a cruise is the ONLY way to discover Alaska Forget Instagram, this Irish gem has been turning food into art for 20 years: The glorious hotel where exquisite dining is the name of the game - and you can even EAT the paintings Blending time: Student 're-photographs' snaps from his old family album by matching them to how the settings look today in a series of captivating images Heatwave fuels a blue-ringed octopus plague on Australia's beaches - with enough venom to kill a person in minutes Norwegian sets transatlantic speed record AGAIN: Dreamliner races from New York to London in just 5 hours and 9 minutes thanks to monster jet stream that pushes it to 799mph Orangutan population in Borneo ... (more)

Rioult Dance NY Announces 2018 Winter Gala 'Centered On The Future'

Pascal Rioult's RIOULT Dance NY announces its Centered On The Future 2018 Winter Gala to be held on Wednesday February 28, 2018 at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers - Pier 61 a 6:30pm. This year's Gala will honor Joseph W. Armbrust, Kaufman Astoria Studios, and Steinway & Sons.

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With its Beehave project, the Fundacio Joan Miro addresses the current survival crisis of honey bees and other insect pollinators, while also examining the state of urban beekeeping in Barcelona in the open, visionary language of artists. According to the experts, bees are so sensitive to environmental changes that they are considered natural indicators of our planet's health.

NYC Bus Service Isn't Getting Better, and de Blasio's Not Doing Much to Fix It

Transportation chair Ydanis Rodriguez and 25 other City Council members called on de Blasio to take up the mantle of "bus mayor" in 2018. NYC buses are still slowing down and ridership is in free fall , but Mayor de Blasio hasn't picked up the pace of projects that improve bus service.

Defense: Payments to Percoco were brotherhood, not bribery

In this June 1, 2009 file photo, Todd Howe poses for a photograph in Albany, N.Y. Howe, who is the government's star witness in the bribery trial of Joseph Percoco, a former top aide to Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, was bracing for a scolding from prosecutors after his admission in court on Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018, that he tried to improperly recover the cost of a fancy Manhattan hotel room from a credit card company after signing an agreement not to commit any more crimes.

Todd Howe, 'in a boatload of trouble,' returns to witness stand in NY corruption trial

New York corruption trial star witness Todd Howe returned to the witness stand today, saying he's in a "boatload of trouble," after spending the last several nights in jail. Howe was arrested Thursday after he admitted during cross-examination to wrongdoing while he was helping the government with its investigation.

Van Bramer raising funds for 2021 run

Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer has officially started raising funds for a 2021 run, which political insiders believe will be a push for Queens borough president. The Sunnyside pol recently filed the necessary paperwork to form "Van Bramer 2021" with the city and state.

Star witness in Cuomo aide's corruption trial won't wear jail clothes

The star witness against a former top aide to Gov. Cuomo won't have to wear jail clothing when he returns to the witness stand - but he's likely to face a grilling about his arrest last week, the judge in the case indicated Monday. Prosecutors won permission for ex-lobbyist Todd Howe to continue wearing a suit for the remainder of his testimony, despite the fact that he's locked up in the infamous New York Metropolitan Correctional Center , according to a ruling by Manhattan federal Judge Valerie Caproni.

Family devastated after son is killed in gang shooting

They came to the U.S. to find a better future for their sons, only to see one cut down in a gang-related shooting in Queens. The devastated parents of Youssef Soliman, 15, said they moved to New York from Egypt almost a decade ago, then relocated to the Ocean Bay Apartments in Far Rockaway to save some money.

NY lawmakers' nutty - cure' for the Tide Pod Challenge

Until relatively recently, eating Tide Pods wasn't a concern. Tide, apparently cognizant of the outside risk, even went out of its way to advertise the ways in which the brightly-colored pods full of laundry detergent were childproofed.

The Integrated Cataract Surgical Suite

The drive to integrate and connect a practice's equipment is extending into the cataract suite, as well, with the recent release of integrated systems from both Alcon and Carl Zeiss Meditec. Users say the benefits can run from simply having all the patient data transferred to the operating microscope to having the microscope display digital overlays to aid in the positioning of toric lenses.

Todd Howe arrested after testimony in Percocoa

Todd Howe, the star witness in the trial of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's former top aide, faces a bail-revocation hearing Friday afternoon. Joseph Percoco, Gov. Andrew Cuomo's former top aide and close friend, is on trial in Manhattan, accused of accepting more than $315,000 in bribes.

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