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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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Towns/Cities near queens, new york : Corona Jamaica Richmond Hill Astoria SunnysideSt Albans Kew Gardens Ridgewood Murray Hill

Queens News
Elderly man slapped by stranger, hits back with cane

A plucky nonagenarian stood his ground when a stranger slapped him across the face during a squabble in Queens, video released Saturday shows. The 94-year-old victim was standing on his stoop on 97th Street near 35th Avenue in North Corona around 12:20 p.m. Friday when he and a stranger began arguing, cops said.

Caught On Video: 94-Year-Old Assaulted In Queens

CBS 2 NY Watch CBS2 News, CBS This Morning, Dr. Phil, Judge Judy, 60 Minutes, NFL football, and your favorite CBS shows. Latest Videos Eye On New York Dining Deals Tony's Table Links & Numbers Station Info & Closed Captioning CBS 2 2017-2018 EEO Report Explore CBS 2 Jobs and Internships Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter [] WLNY Program Schedule Channel Guide WLNY TV 10/55 is part of the CBS Television Stations group, a division of CBS Corp. and one of the largest network-owned station groups in the country.

Bully slaps glasses off Queens 94-year-old's face, stomps on them

A bully slapped a 94-year-old Queens man in the face then stomped on the elderly man's spectacles, police said. A bellicose bully slapped a 94-year-old Queens man in the face then stomped on the elderly man's spectacles after the squabble on the victim's stoop, police said Saturday.

City's Libraries Say New Gov't Policies are Squeezing Their Budgets

New York City's libraries warn they might have to cut hours if the city doesn't boost funding to keep up with labor costs-especially new employee benefits like a higher minimum wage and paid family leave. It's not just workers who are costing more, library officials say: Books are only becoming more popular as the systems' attendance grows, but they aren't getting any cheaper.

Why are there so many parts of NYC without subway service?

Why do many parts of the city, such as Midtown and Downtown Manhattan and Downtown Brooklyn, have so many subway lines while other parts, such as southeast Brooklyn and eastern Queens, have almost none? The Village Voice attempts to answer this question with a brief history of the subway system. It begins with the fact that the system was built initially by two private companies, Interborough Rapid Transit and Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit, which were later joined by the city-owned Independent system.

NY Times fails to deliver 200K papers because of plant outage

Hundreds of thousands of New York Times subscribers didn't get their papers Friday morning, with the company blaming a power outage at its printing plant in Queens. The snafu at the printing facility in College Point affected about 200,000 customers - nearly 40 percent of the Times' circulation nationwide - "across the tri-state area," the company said.

Death By Delay: Queens CB 2 Keeps Stalling on Skillman/43rd Protected Bike Lane

Community Board Chair Denise Keehan-Smith doesn't want to discuss protected bike lanes at an upcoming "safety workshop" about Skillman Avenue and 43rd Avenue. CB 2 Chair Denise Keehan-Smith, to the right of the podium, called for protected bike lanes alongside Flor Jimenez, whose partner Gelacio Reyes was killed by a driver as he biked on 43rd Avenue 12 days earlier.

What Else Was Eric Schneiderman Up To? "Real Scandal in New...

When Eric Schneiderman resigned as New York's attorney general on May 7 amid revelations he engaged in a pattern of alleged physical abuse of women he dated over the years, one of the Democrat's first defenders was his ex-wife, a New York-based lobbyist named Jennifer Cunningham. Schneiderman is "someone of the highest character," said Cunningham, who asserted it was "impossible to believe" the allegations in a New Yorker report that Schneiderman abused multiple girlfriends over a period of several years.

Westchester Celebrates Opening Of The Rex, A New Pizza & Lobster Eatery

Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner, left, talks with Maria Gomez at the grand opening of The Rex on Thursday evening. Gomez' daughter, Michelle, is a manager at the new lobster and pizza restaurant at 247 North Central Ave. in Hartsdale.

Please Be Seated! 'Follies' Comes to Queens

It's so far off Manhattan's Broadway that it's in another borough, at the Astoria Performing Arts Center in Queens. And it's worth the trip.

Racist lawyer ripped by colleagues a day after meltdown

The Midtown lawyer caught yelling racist comments at Spanish-speaking restaurant workers in a viral video was treated like a pariah by fellow attorneys at a Queens court Thursday, lawyers there told The Post. "I noticed him because of that clip online," one attorney at the Supreme Court in Long Island City said of Aaron Schlossberg.

Queens mailman busted for delivering 10-pound parcel of marijuana

U.S. Postal Service worker Christopher Aiken was arrested for delivering a 10-pound parcel of pot to a pair of buyers in Rosedale. U.S. Postal Service worker Christopher Aiken, 57, was arrested Thursday taking a 10-pound parcel of pot to a pair of buyers in Rosedale, cops said.

Gianaris drops out of Attorney General race, back James

Queens state Sen. Mike Gianaris is dropping out of the race to become the next New York Attorney General, he confirmed in a phone interview with the Times Union on Thursday. The Democrat is instead backing New York City Public Advocate Letitia James, who is quickly wrapping up institutional support for the Democratic nomination ahead of the state Democratic Party convention next week.

TSA keeps list of combative travelers as warning for checkpoint officers

The Transportation Security Administration keeps a list of travelers who have assaulted checkpoint officers, but doesn't require extra screening for them. TSA keeps list of combative travelers as warning for checkpoint officers The Transportation Security Administration keeps a list of travelers who have assaulted checkpoint officers, but doesn't require extra screening for them.

A Delicate Pho in the East Village - and Other Cheap Eats

Three Great Cheap is a weekly series from critic Robert Sietsema that seeks to find and popularize New York City's most interesting and inexpensive food in the five boroughs and beyond. Find the back catalog here .

BU graduation a boost for Airbnb

Airbnb shares local data for Binghamton University's commencement weekend This weekend, 27 Binghamton residences are serving as Airbnb hosts. Check out this story on Along team of senior biomedical engineering students at Binghamton Unviersity created a an ALS Support Device for Lindsay Abromaitis-Smith.

tours announced: Future Islands, Red Fang, Slum Village, Cipha Sounds/Nitty Scott, more

Snail Mail has shared "Let's Find an Out" from her debut album, Lush , which is out June 8 via Matador. You can stream that below.

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