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Flushing Town Hall welcomes traditional Irish and Quebecois music trio, along with Polka musician in global mash up series
Feb. 28, 2024 By Rachel Butler
Traditional Irish music and music from Quebec is the specialty of trio Grosse Isle, who will join New York city based accordion player Erica Mancini at Flushing Town Hall for a concert on March 2 as part of the venue’s global mashup series where different music disciplines come together for a one of a kind performance.
A letter from the publisher: What value do you place on local news in your neighborhood?
Feb. 28, 2024 By Joshua Schneps
One of the first community newspapers I acquired came with three vaults in the office. I was given the combination for each, but no longer had use for them.
Corona man criminally charged with sex trafficking for forcing Mexican woman into prostitution: DA
A Corona man has been indicted on sex trafficking charges for allegedly forcing a Mexican woman to engage in prostitution over a three-year period, Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz announced Wednesday.
Galindo Capultitla, 39, of 40th Road, was arraigned Tuesday before Queens Supreme Court Justice Peter Vallone Jr. on a seven-count indictment charging him with three counts of sex trafficking and other crimes for forcing the victim to engage in sex for money in Mexico and the United States, including in Queens. During the victim’s three-year ordeal, Capultitla allegedly hit and choked her—and even threatened to kill her family in Mexico—if she failed to hand over the money gained through sex.
Art show latest partnership between Cord Meyer Development Company and Bayside Historical Society
Feb. 28, 2024 By Ethan Marshall
Cord Meyer Development Company and the Bayside Historical Society have a long history of partnering together, with the current Bayside Historical Society Winter Art Show at the Bay Terrace Shopping Center being the latest example.
Crunching the Queens crime numbers: felony assaults on the rise as crime overall flattens
Feb. 28, 2024 By Christian Murray
The number of felony assaults reported across Queens over the last month are up nearly 10% compared to the same period a year ago, according to the latest crime stats released by the NYPD on Feb. 26.
Two Queens brothers introduce a Mexican-Halal fusion with ‘Krazy Street Food’
Feb. 28, 2024 By Iryna Shkurhan
While messing around in the kitchen of a Mexican restaurant one day, two Afghani brothers from Queens wondered if a taco with middle eastern flavors and elements could work harmoniously.
AOC makes case for tackling climate change with union jobs at Queens town hall
Feb. 27, 2024 By ishkurhan
Feb. 27, 2024 By Iryna Shkurhan
Woman assaulted near Roosevelt Avenue in Jackson Heights on Saturday night: NYPD
Feb. 26, 2024 By Bill Parry
A woman was attacked by a stranger just off Roosevelt Avenue in Jackson Heights on Saturday night, according to the NYPD.
Bayside arts organization launching exhibition at Queens College for Women’s History Month
Feb. 26, 2024 By Rachel Butler
A Bayside-based arts organization is launching a month-long exhibition at Queens College located in Flushing next month in celebration of March being women’s history month.
Assemblymembers Raga and Ardila join dozens of Woodside residents fighting for statewide right to counsel
Feb. 25, 2024 By admin
Feb. 25, 2024 By Czarinna Andres and QNS Staff
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