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About: queens, new york

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

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Doctor: Rikers and city jails have more mental patients than all hospitals in NYS

Dr. Nichole Adams, a clinical psychologist who oversees the mental health programs for the New York City Department of Correction, knew she had her work cut out for her when she took the position. But she told PIX11 the DOC has implemented effective programs, due to a close collaboration with Dr. Elizabeth Ford, a psychiatrist with the city's Health and Hospitals Corporation.

Capital Region philanthropists target of alleged $4 million estate theft

The late husband and wife duo whose estate was allegedly plundered by Town of Guilderland Judge Richard Sherwood and attorney Thomas Lagan were well-regarded in the Capital Region both for their business acumen and their diverse and widespread philanthropy. Warren and Pauline Bruggeman, of Niskayuna, were in their 80s when they died in 2009 and 2011, respectively, leaving behind millions of dollars in trusts for Pauline's siblings.

Roxanne Roxanne | Official Trailer | Netflix

Life is a battle. In the early 1980s, the most feared battle MC in Queens, New York, was a fierce teenage girl with the weight of the world on her shoulders.

Prologis' $265M Queens deal falls apart

A new buyer, the Los Angeles-based investment firm American Realty Advisors, is now negotiating to acquire the 350,000-square-foot site at a similar price, according to Crain's. Prologis is one of the largest owners of industrial real estate in the country, but its bid collapsed thanks to a recent decline in the company's share price.

Storming in

The sign for the Gov. Malcolm Wilson Tappan Zee Bridge is seen leading to the bridge in Tarrytown in 2013. The legislature and governor approved legislation to call the new twin spans there the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge.

Nonprofit selling Queens nursing home to for-profit for $41M

A nursing home in Queens is moving from a nonprofit to a for-profit provider for $41 million in the wake of a Medicaid fraud scandal. Bronx-based CenterLight Health System plans to sell its Margaret Tietz Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Jamaica to a group of limited liability companies whose owners include Cassena Care principals Pasquale DeBenedictis and Alex Solovey and Workmen's Circle MultiCare Center chief executive Solomon Rutenberg, according to Crain's.

Radiohead's 'Pablo Honey': 10 Things You Didn't Know

Jonny Greenwood's serendipitous sabotage attempt on "Creep," a song about wanking and other trivia related to the band's 1993's debut The first major step in Radiohead 's lengthy journey from Oxford club mainstays to globally lauded architects of contemporary art rock took the form of Pablo Honey , their debut LP, issued on February 22nd, 1993. While the album lacks the musical daring that characterized their later works, it finds the band wearing their influences openly, with a refreshing absence of self-consciousness.

Check the Rules Part V - Motion and Pre-Trial Practice in Kings County and Other Helpful Resources

For the fifth installment of this blog's ongoing "Check the Rules" series , we feature the individual practice or part rules of the Justices of the Kings County Commercial Division, particularly those recently instituted by Hon. Sylvia G. Ash.

MTA votes down Cuomo's $1B plan to pretty up subway stations

"My position has never been that a lot of these enhancements - even the art, even the lighting - is not needed," said MTA board member Veronica Vanterpool. It was a bit of a rough ride at Thursday's MTA meeting, with the city's three board members voting no on Gov. Cuomo's plan to beautify stations.

Brookfield Place's 5 Borough Challenge: Best Brews of NYC: 14...

One of NYC's most dynamic public spaces, Brookfield Place New York's Winter Garden, will embrace two dozen local breweries for the first-ever craft beer competition on site. All five boroughs are represented, including global heavy-hitters like Brooklyn Brewery and smaller producers like Staten Island's Killsboro Brewing Company .

NY: Queens Subway Meltdown Spanning 5 Hours to be Investigated, Andy Byford Says

Feb. 21--New York City Transit president Andy Byford promised a full investigation into the cause of a cascade of delays that constituted a full subway meltdown on Tuesday morning, wreaking havoc on commutes across at least five subway lines. "Today is kind of typical of this, performance is nowhere near good enough.

The life and death of Willets Point

For many decades, Willets Point was one of New York City's most unique neighborhoods. Hundreds of junkyards and auto body shops lined its ragged streets, luring in a constant parade of damaged cars.

Artichoke Basille's Pizza to open at Empire Outlets

The famed pizzeria, which has ties to Staten Island, is the newest tenant to sign a lease with Empire Outlets being built on the St. George waterfront. Cousins Francis Garcia and Sal Basille honed their pizza-making craft while working at their family's restaurant, Basille's on Forest Avenue in West Brighton.

Loathe plastic? Milk deliveries and glass bottles are back

The demise of the doorstep delivery didn't just consign the rattle of the milk float and the creamy layer on top of a pint to history. It signalled a shift in attitudes toward food production that many believe is hastening the demise of the planet.

Rally backs student in Malcolm X sweater clash with school

Malcolm Xavier Combs marches with other protesters to condem Christ the King High School in Queens for not letting him have "Malcolm X" on his senior sweatshirt. Students, teachers and politicians held a rally Wednesday in support of a Christ the King High School senior who was barred from having the name Malcolm X imprinted on a school sweatshirt.

I was fired for exposing corruption at City Hall

A former top city official sued Mayor Bill de Blasio for $5 million-plus on Wednesday over claims he was illegally fired for blowing the whistle on alleged City Hall corruption - and refusing to help out a Queens restaurant owner who's admitted bribing the mayor . Ricardo Morales says his civil rights were violated when he was canned as deputy commissioner of the Department of Citywide Administrative Services in February 2017, then escorted from his office "like a common criminal" with an armed guard nearby.

Dog named after slain NYPD cop guards memorial service

As hundreds of people filed into St. Patrick's Cathedral Wednesday morning for a mass in memory of a cop killed 30 years ago, a German shepherd sat quietly outside the church's doors. Most people probably didn't notice the pooch, but he's special.

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