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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
April 22: Starbucks, Barbara Bush and marijuana

Manhattan: As a small business owner in the service industry, I must admit there is a dilemma when you are faced with what happened at Starbucks this past week. Over the past 30 years, I've encountered numerous individuals who enter my establishment "to use the bathroom" or is "just waiting for a friend."

Announces two Additions to its Reporting Staff

City Limits has hired two experienced journalists to deepen its youth-training program and carry on the website's comprehensive coverage of the politics and policy of land. Jeanmarie Evelly joined the staff this spring as youth program manager/reporter.

MTA New York City Transit to Bring Elevators to Astoria Blvd Station

MTA New York City Transit has announced that four elevators are going to be installed at the Astoria Blvd station on the N and W lines in Queens, with work beginning this summer alongside other station improvement projects in the area. "I've made accessibility one of my top priorities since the moment I arrived at New York City Transit and am thrilled that we're bringing elevators to this critical intermodal hub that connects to LaGuardia Airport," President Byford said.

Before You Visit a City, Read Its Subreddit

Every major American city has an active forum on Reddit , as do many cities around the world. And if you plan to visit any of these cities, you can learn a lot of tourism advice without even asking, by digging through the archives.

What I Love: For a 'Frozen' Star, It's All About the Mix

Caissie Levy lives with her husband, David Reiser, and their toddler son, Izaiah, in an airy two-bedroom, two-bath co-op on the Upper West Side. It has high ceilings, hardwood floors stained a warm brown, large south-facing windows and a wall in the kitchen that you would bet your ticket to heaven was exposed brick.

New Riverdale Avenue cart is halal on wheels

Mohammed Awed slices lamb in the Jolly's Halal Food cart on Riverdale Avenue, just south of West 259th Street, last week. A customer waits for his order at Jolly's Halal Food cart on Riverdale Avenue.

The top 10 biggest real estate projects coming to NYC

The borough took six of the top 10 spots on the list, three of which were part of a large new mixed-use complex replacing a derelict shopping center in Far Rockaway. The others were located in Springfield Gardens, Astoria and Forest Hills.

Is Mayor de Blasio's Brooklyn-Queens Streetcar Dead?

It was an ambitious idea by Mayor Bill de Blasio and the focus of his 2016 State of the City speech: a sparkling streetcar running along the waterfront in Brooklyn and Queens. Mr. de Blasio has said little about the streetcar in recent months and his office has not identified a route, leading to persistent speculation that the proposal is dead.

Astoria building with 114 rentals hits the market for $100M

Development and construction firm Mega Contracting Group has put a mixed-use building in Astoria with 114 residential units on the market for $100 million. The firm paid $17.4 million for the property at 31-57 31st Street in 2015, when it was a parking lot, according to Crain's.

Streetcars dona t pay for themselves: De Blasio says BQX will require assist from DC

Rendering of the Brooklyn-Queens Connector and Mayor Bill de Blasio It appears the city won't be able to go it alone when funding the waterfront trolley between Brooklyn and Queens. For the first time, Mayor Bill de Blasio on Friday acknowledged that the $2.5 billion Brooklyn-Queens Connector would require federal funding, the New York Post reported.

Astoria Performing Arts Center Announces Cast & Creative Team For FOLLIES

Award-winning and critically-acclaimed Astoria Performing Arts Center concludes its 17th mainstage season with a production of the legendary musical Follies by James Goldman and Stephen Sondheim , directed by APAC artistic director, Dev Bondarin and choreographed by Sara Brians . Follies runs from May 3 - 26, 2018 at the Good Shepherd United Methodist Church, 30-44 Crescent St .

Mission To (dit)Mars Presents Foundations a New Play By Nat Cassidy

Mission to Mars, a theatre arts collective serving Queens artists, is thrilled to continue the Launch Pad reading series with FOUNDATIONS, a new play by Nat Cassidy . This free reading will be performed on Monday, April 16th at 7pm at The Broom Tree Theatre located at 23-35 Broadway in Astoria, NY.

Disgraced lobbyist Todd Howe unsure if he'll be witness in 2nd corruption trial

Standing behind Gov. Andrew Cuomo in this cropped 2012 photo are Joseph Percoco, left, a top Cuomo aide, and lobbyist Todd Howe, right.( Disgraced lobbyist Todd Howe, still in jail after his arrest midway through a trial earlier this year, isn't sure whether he'll be called to testify in a second corruption trial in June. Howe, 57, testified for about two weeks earlier this year in the trial of former top governor's aide Joseph Percoco and three businessmen.

"What do you call a fancy hotel that is hard to find?'/'The Waldo Astoria."

Listen to Robert Emmerich introduce The Big Apple , a hit song from 1937. Music written by Bob and performed by Tommy Dorsey's Clambake Seven with Bob on piano.

New York's best street food

New York may be a paradise of Zagat-rated, Michelin-starred restaurants, but some of its best food can be found on the streets. Hundreds of mobile eateries hawking gourmet global cuisine occupy corners across the city, alongside traditional hotdog vendors and halal carts.

Jennifer Gould KeilCult-favorite ice cream shop opening in Queens

Cult-fave Ample Hills Creamery is opening its first outpost in Queens. The 987-square-foot store at 34-02 30th Ave. in Astoria is slated to open this summer.

Catherine Mangone chosen to lead St. Stan's

St. Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Academy in Maspeth has found new leadership in Catherine Mangone. The longtime teacher follows in the footsteps of Sister Rose Torma, who led the school located on 61-17 Grand Avenue, for more than 30 years, and former principal Barbara DeMaio, who presided over the school during the last two-and-a-half years after moving from Most Precious Blood in Astoria when it closed.

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