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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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Queens News
Normandy pays $54M for stake in LIC warehouse, plans office conversion

Normandy Real Estate Partners picked up a stake in a Long Island City warehouse it is planning to reposition and expand into a 195,000-square-foot office building, the firm told The Real Deal . The New Jersey-based investment firm closed earlier this week on the $54 million purchase of a stake in the six-story, 130,000-square-foot industrial property at 43-10 23rd Street.

Reality TV Producers Plan to Open Production Studio in Queens

A group of television show producers - and one of the world's biggest soccer stars - have teamed up to open a more than 150,000-square-foot production studio in the borough, officials said. The consortium, dubbed Queens MediaWorks, is the brainchild of media executives Brent Montgomery and Bruce David Klein, investor Richard Seet and soccer star David Villa.

Rebuilt Rockaway Boardwalk Finally Complete, Nearly 5 Years After Hurricane

For the first time since Hurricane Sandy, the completely rebuilt boardwalk will be open - reuniting residents along the miles-long stretch of beach with their favorite thoroughfare. It marks the end of a long journey to completely replace and rebuild the decades-old esplanade, which runs from Beach 9th to Beach 126th streets, four and a half years after the 2012 storm.

Scorecard: Queens and Bronx I-sales creep upwards

Buyers paid $202 million for commercial properties in Queens in March, a slight increase from February, an analysis of NYC Department of Finance data showed. The largest transaction was investment firm LargaVista's $28 million acquisition of the four-story industrial building at 30-12 41st Avenue in Long Island City.

Syracuse Athletics 'No Huddle Tour' returns on June 1

Last summer, the Syracuse Orange athletic department " No Huddle Tour " idea was born. Originally, Mark Coyle, Dino Babers and Jim Boeheim would go to a few New York State outposts, answer some questions and drum up interest in donations/season tickets.

Romanian man sentenced for ATM skimming in MA, NY, NJ

A Romanian man will serve a year and four months in prison, and then be deported to his home country, for his role in a multi-state ATM skimming scheme. Thirty-one year-old Bogdan Mocanu of Queens, N.Y. was sentenced Wednesday at U.S. District Court in Springfield, nine months after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit bank fraud and aggravated identity theft.

Crowded, Car-Choked Downtown Flushing Shouldn't Be a Void in the Bike Network

Local Council Member Peter Koo said he opposes bike lanes in Downtown Flushing, but his staff suggest he's open to the idea. Downtown Flushing is one of the most crowded and bustling places in New York City, but getting around on a bike is tough.

Indian national charged as man behind LaGuardia security breach

Rep. Peter King called for a full investigation and explanation of how the man was able to walk unimpeded past a security guard from the airport's baggage claim to the off-limits area. An Indian national was arrested and charged as the man behind a La Guardia Airport security breach that forced the evacuation of a busy terminal.

Man in critical condition after falling into Queens subway tracks

A man is in critical condition after falling in front of a Manhattan-bound 7 train at the 103rd St.-Corona Plaza station in Corona. A 38-year-old man fell into the path of a subway train early Thursday in Queens and suffered serious injuries, officials said.

Busy to get busy

BUSY Signal has secured a United States work permit and will give his first performance in that country on June 25 at Groovin' In the Park at Roy Wilkins Park in Queens, New York. According to Galey Gordon, Busy Signal's brother and manager, the singjay is excited about the assignment.

Even as a child Trump was a horror

A pint-sized bully who loved to pull girls' hair and once lobbed rocks at a toddler in his playpen. A loud-mouthed classroom know-all who could never admit he was wrong and boasted of giving the music teacher a black eye.

Lois WeissLooming Target shakes up Queens shopping street 0:0

A scant two blocks along 82nd Street in Jackson Heights, Queens, has become the poster child for a strong neighborhood shopping district that's filled with both local businesses and credit-worthy national tenants. The 7 train stop at 82nd and Roosevelt Avenue bisects the stretch; the Queens Library is its northern anchor, while Elmhurst Hospital serves as its southernmost point.

ID Released For Man Killed In Route 22 Head-On Crash

A Hopewell Junction man has been identified as the victim of a head-on crash on Route 22 in Southeast on Tuesday, according to Putnam County Sheriff's office. Injured were Peter V. Cardone, 72, and his wife, Josephine C. Cardone, 69, both of Bayside in Queens, police said.

The BABZ Fair Gathers 108 Independent Presses and Artists for Its Fifth Edition

The 2017 edition of the fair, which showcases independent publishers and artists, is taking place at the Knockdown Center on June 3 and 4. When it began in 2013, the BABZ Fair was one of the first events of its kind in Brooklyn. Founded by the blog and publisher Blonde Art Books, the annual fair invites small, independent presses and artists to exhibit and sell their work; until recently, these mainly hailed from the boroughs of New York, but as of last year, BABZ has expanded to include representatives from other American cities.

Councilman's bill would streamline workers comp claims system

Councilman I. Daneek Miller is introducing a bill that would require city agencies to track data on employees' worker compensation claims. A Queens councilman is making a push to improve the city's workers compensation system - in part to compensate for a recent reduction in premiums.

Nicki Minaj confirms Nas dating rumors, admits to 'sleepovers'

Nicki Minaj confirms Nas dating rumors, admits to 'sleepovers' Are Nicki Minaj and Nas dating? Minaj told Ellen DeGeneres she's 'celibate' on 'Ellen.' Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2rPcdK8 Days after Nicki Minaj sparked dating gossip after sitting next to Drake at the Billboard Music Awards , she appeared on Ellen to chat about another one of her rumored beaus, Nas.

Queens school leader fired after arrested for fondling co-worker

A woman who worked at P.S. 35 in Hollis, Queens claims she was groped by Superintendent Lenon Murray. He was arrested Tuesday and later fired.

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