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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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Essay: Mom's coins bought us a beach vacation

It was the fall of 1964, and my mother was determined to take my family on a seashore vacation the next summer. The glass Hellmann's mayonnaise jar she washed out after Thanksgiving dinner was our ticket to paradise.

The BFF of Socrates Sculpture Park

A comet's tail of hair streaking in the air behind her, Audrey Dimola power-pedals to the front gate of Socrates Sculpture Park on Cherry Bomb, her single-speed Schwinn. She jumps off her burgundy "chariot of fire," which is her constant commuter companion, and jubilantly raises her arms in a "V."

Construction firm turned developer launches project in LIC

Park Construction Corp. has purchased its next development site, a pair of adjacent buildings at 37-24 and 37-26 30th St. in Long Island City, for $11.5 million. The firm, founded by construction executive Robert Cerrone, plans to tear down the 1- and 2-story buildings and erect a nearly 50,000-square-foot residential condo project.

See it: Woman bites cabbie in Queens after she accused him of not giving her correct change

Police are looking for this woman, who they say bit a cabbie in the arm in Queens Aug. 5. A biting-mad cab customer chomped her taxi driver's arm after she thought he didn't give her correct change, police said Thursday. Police released video of the bizarre Queens incident, taken by a concerned motorist, in the hopes someone will identify the toothy attacker.

New York Today: New York Today: A Playlist for Commutes

Spotify users have created more than 20 playlists for the sole purpose of getting through the New York City commute. From Drake, Kanye and Cardi B to easy listening melodies, like Bon Iver, Enya and Norah Jones - the songs you listen to on the way to and from work can affect your mood and overall well-being.

Think There Are Too Many Bars in Your Neighborhood? You're Not Alone

A resident of Inwood testified to trash-strewn streets and violence in her corner of Manhattan, while a woman from the Upper West Side lamented the departure of a shoemaker and barbershop. A man from Williamsburg, Brooklyn, complained that his community was "overrun."

When Music Was Bigger Than Life: Sonny Rollins in New York City

He's in the heart of the holiday city, suspended above a bright new world of sight and sound, captivated, taken out of himself, "in heaven," watching a living man, in person, here and now, singing and dancing while a live band plays, and there's nothing to do but laugh in sheer delight when the man on stage does a drunken gambit singing "You might ... (more)

New Yorkers Have a New, $2.75 Way to Get Around NYC

NYC Ferry launched its new Soundview route Wednesday, giving New Yorkers an easier and quicker way to get around transit-isolated areas The ferry leaves Clason Point Park, before making stops at East 90th Street and East 34th Street and ending at Wall Street/Pier 11 The Soundview ferry leaves Clason Point Park in the Bronx, before making stops at East 90th Street and East 34th Street in Manhattan. The last stop is Wall Street/Pier 11. The trip is expected to take about 45 minutes from end to end and a ride costs the same as the subway: $2.75.

NYC Now Filming: 'Orange Is the New Black' + New CBS Series

Hey, New York actors! Stay in the loop and be sure to check back every week for projects currently in production in the city you call home. Here's the 411 on what's filming around the city.

City Parks worker accused of choking, mugging woman in Queens; police seek link to more robberies

Cops on Monday arrested Donald Grier, 26, accusing him of putting a a 28-year-old woman in a chokehold and stealing her pocketbook on 29th St. near 35th Ave. in Astoria early Aug 5. A city Parks Department employee choked and robbed a woman in Queens, and investigators are looking into whether he's responsible for four more recent robberies, police said.

NYC Ferry deckhands make sure sailing stays smooth

Deckhand Matthew Kleinman describes his NYC Ferry duties to amNY reporter Abigail Weinberg while traversing the South Brooklyn route earlier this month. Photo Credit: Jeff Bachner The water glimmers under the noonday sun as the Sunset Crossing - an NYC Ferry vessel - glides toward Sunset Park.

Watering New York's Transit Deserts

Last week the New York City Council voted to temporarily limit the number of Uber, Lyft and other ride-hail cars as a way to ease congestion in densely populated parts of town. The plan may well work in Manhattan and Downtown Brooklyn, where riders have an abundance of public transit options.

Hedge fund millionaire who used to live in the Waldorf Astoria is now homeless and missing

White House explodes at Omarosa's 'lack of character and integrity' by threatening national security and smuggling her smartphone into secure Situation Room to record her own firing Has Omarosa just shot herself in the foot? GOP chairwoman says fired Trump aide could be ARRESTED for secretly recording John Kelly in the no-devices-allowed Situation Room - and Twitter rejoices at the prospect Even Trump's ex-lawyer Michael Cohen backs the president and contradicts ANOTHER Omarosa tale claiming the President ate a piece of paper so archivists couldn't record it Kellyanne says Omarosa 'undercut her credibility' in new book and insists Trump has never used a racial slur in the White House - then struggles to name any African-American officials in the West Wing 'I feel pity for Omarosa': Trump campaign spokeswoman blasts 'intentionally dishonest' former White House aide for telling 'salacious ... (more)

Wake Forest basketball coach charged in deadly Queens attack on tourist

Szabo - in town for his stepsister's wedding - had left his brother's LIC hotel and was looking for a cab he ordered, his family claimed. Szabo, 35, banged multiple cars in front of 41-10 29th St. at around 1:15 a.m., sources said.

A New and Supposedly Improved Pizza Festival Is Headed for NYC

Attendees of the original "New York Pizza Festival" in 2017 are likely still haunted by what turned out to be a total scam that was investigated by the attorney general because of how it ripped people off at epic proportions. But there's a new New York Pizza Festival in town, set to take place October 6th and 7th and unconnected to the disaster that happened last year.

Man dies after being beaten in front of Queens home

A 48-year-old man died early Thursday after he was beaten in front of an Astoria home, police said. A 48-year-old man was beaten to death in Queens early Thursday - and cops are looking to question his ex-girlfriend's new beau about the killing.

New Light Theater Project Launches Season with Owen Panettieri's Meaningful Conversation

New Light Theater Project, in association with Luis A. Miranda Jr., is thrilled to present the New York premiere of MEANINGFUL CONVERSATION by Owen Panettieri , directed by Anais Koivisto. MEANINGFUL CONVERSATION begins performances Saturday,September 8 for a limited engagement through Saturday, September 22. Press opening isWednesday, September 12 at 7:30 PM.

The Stoney Negroni Is About to Be Your New Favorite CBD Cocktail

Weed: It's not just for getting high and eating pizza anymore. It's also for putting in your skin-care products , coffee , limited-edition sundaes, and, well, cocktails.

'Pretty Woman' heads to Broadway - still sugar-coating ugly truths

"Pretty Woman: The Musical," an adaptation of the 1990 blockbuster film with Julia Roberts about a gorgeous, young prostitute and a handsome, taciturn billionaire who fall in love, is set to open on Broadway Aug. 16. The irony here is stinging: At a time of heightened awareness about sexual abuse, Broadway is peddling a romantic version of what advocates for women trapped in a life of prostitution say is more typically a life of danger and disempowerment. Indeed, the advocates - and human-trafficking survivors themselves - paint a horrifying picture of an industry that thrives on manipulation, addiction and abuse.

This Might Just Be The Worst "Protected" Bike Path in the City

The Parks Department-overseen greenway from Third to Seventh avenues in Bay Ridge is classified as top-notch, but it is not. The portion of the bike path between Sixth and Seventh avenues in Bay Ridge is overgrown.

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