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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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Unacceptable traffic situation

"Traffic is a mess as far back as Astoria. Whitestone in particular has received the worst due to its proximity to the bridge.

Sofra Bar & Grill: How a former Waldorf chef makes a new Italian restaurant stand out

When the Waldorf Astoria restaurant closed in March, chefs like Dominick Di Napoli picked up other cooking gigs. Di Napoli, for instance, landed at the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge.

O'Neill, Maciag to lead 2017 Memorial Day Parade

The Maspeth Memorial Day Parade will take place on Sunday, May 28, at 1 p.m. It begins at Walter A. Garlinge Memorial Park at 72nd Street and Grand Avenue with a ceremony following the parade at Maspeth Memorial Square at 69th Street and Grand Avenue. This year's grand marshals include George O'Neill, who was raised in Maspeth by his parents George and Marion O'Neill.

4 frat brothers plead guilty

Four fraternity members pleaded guilty Monday in a pledge's death resulting from an illegal 2013 hazing ritual in Tunkhannock Township. Kenny Kwan, 28, of Astoria, N.Y., Sheldon Wong, 24, of Queens, N.Y., Raymond Lam, 23, of Kew Garden Hills, N.Y., and Charles Lai, 26, of Queens Village, N.Y., all pleaded guilty to being accomplices to voluntary manslaughter and hindering apprehension by concealing evidence in the death of Chun Michael Deng, 19, of New York.

Fundraising scandal behind her, Gina Argento focuses on giving TV shows a home in Staten Island

With more than two dozen TV shows a year shooting at the 40 studios that Broadway Stages operates in Brooklyn and Queens, co-owner Gina Argento is looking to expand. In 2014 she won the bid to build a massive lot at the former Arthur Kill Correctional Facility, but the project has been held up by the state, in part because of Argento's role in Mayor Bill de Blasio's controversial fundraising.

New Yorkers Need the BQX Streetcar to Connect Them to the Brooklyn-Queens Waterfront

Some people see the Brooklyn-Queens waterfront and think of the exceptional open space from Astoria Park to the Brooklyn Greenway. Others see this corridor as home to world-class cultural institutions regularly staging and displaying new artwork.

Poor New Yorkers need the BQX streetcar

Foes of the Brooklyn-Queens Connector streetcar Mayor de Blasio has proposed building from Astoria to Sunset Park caricature it as a sop to wealthy real estate developers and other wealthy residents who live in the increasingly expensive area along the waterfront. That's a willful mischaracterization.

Cops search for vandal spray painting gay slurs and - Obama' 0:0

Cops are looking a vandal who spray painted the words "Obama" and "Fagg-t" on 15 different walls in Queens over the past few months. The vulgar graffiti artist allegedly defaced buildings near the intersection of Newtown Avenue and 30th Avenue in Astoria more than a dozen times between March 11 and May 1, according to police.

'Morning Joe' hosts Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski engaged

In this Monday April 22, 2013, file photo, MSNBC's "Morning Joe" co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, right, attend the 2013 Matrix New York Women in Communications Awards at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York. MSNBC confirmed Thursday, May 4, 2017, that the "Morning Joe" co-hosts are engaged.

Taxi driver stabbed by motorist in road rage attack in Queens

The 40-year-old yellow cab driver was on duty about 8 a.m. Tuesday when a man driving a black Audi believed the hack cut him off at 30th Drive and Crescent St. in Astoria. The 40-year-old yellow cab driver was on duty about 8 a.m. Tuesday when a man driving a black Audi believed the hack cut him off at 30th Drive and Crescent St. in Astoria.

Short list for Danuta Gleed Literary Award revealed

Kerry Lee Powell's celebrated book "Willem de Kooning's Paintbrush" is among a short list of nominees for the Danuta Gleed Literary Award. Powell's short story collection makes the cut after last year making the short list for the Governor-General's Literary Award and the long list for the Scotiabank Giller Prize.

Homeless Performer Faces Uphill Battle From Shelter to Spotlight

Wearing just a hint of eye makeup and a modest necklace on top of a simple white T-shirt, Freddie Cosmo took to the stage last Wednesday at famed gay bar Stonewall Inn for several songs during a show for charity. His friend and the club's flamboyant entertainer, Susan "Lavinia Draper" Campanaro, who ran the show, introduced him to the audience.

Mayor Budgets $130M to Replace Smelly Sanitation Garage in Astoria

Mayor Bill de Blasio will allocate $130 million to replace an aging Department of Sanitation garage, which for years has spurred complaints from residents about traffic and foul-smelling trucks parked on nearby streets. DSNY has been using the facility at 34-28 21st St. since the 1930s to house garbage trucks and other equipment, but the building has outgrown its capacity - sending the city searching for an alternative location , though funding wasn't previously available to make the move.

A&E buying seven Queens buildings for $83M

A&E Real Estate Holdings is in contract to buy a seven-building Queens portfolio for $82.8 million, in its latest grab at the few remaining New York City multifamily holdings of global alternative asset manager Ares Management, sources told The Real Deal . The portfolio holds 343 rental apartments and spans 272,500 square feet.

A bite of the Big Apple

Most people go for the sights: the shimmering upturned ice cream cone of the Chrysler, the razor clam spikiness of the Empire State Building and the cheesecake wedge of the Flatiron. Manhattan crams its 22.7 square miles with bagel joints and juice bars, coffee shops and donut stalls, gourmet food halls, Thai, Vietnamese, Koreana Here are some outstanding options: buckets of fried chicken, served alongside golden waffles and molten mac and cheese.

NYC Ferry launches from Rockaway in 'new era' for transit

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Posh public bathroom pops up in Manhattan park

Inspired by visits to the city's priciest hotels, the posh public bathroom cost nearly $300,000 and comes complete with freshly delivered flowers, imported tiles, classical music and artwork. NEW YORK>> In a park amid skyscrapers, a gem has emerged: a posh public bathroom that cost nearly $300,000, complete with freshly delivered flowers, imported tile, classical music and artwork.

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