The Dream Organization

The Dream Organization is an Astoria based professional organizing service that helps people declutter their home, add a new system of organization in their living space, and manage the relocation of offices for businesses.    Andrea Montali, an Astoria local, founded the business in 2017, after having noticed a demand in her previous position –…

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Man Found Face Down And Dead On Astoria Street

According to NBC New York Sources, a man who was involved in a custody battle with a woman was later found dead on a street in Astoria, his mouth full of mulch.  The man, a 48 year old yet to be identified, was discovered face down around 1AM on 18th Street, according to law enforcement.…

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Multiple People Shot At Astoria Apartment

Police surround an apartment in Astoria where 4 people, including a child, were shot dead.

NYPD officers swarmed an apartment building Monday night, after police said that four people, including a 5 year old boy, were shot and killed.  According to CBSlocal, the gunfire began around 8:30PM at an apartment building on 30th Drive and 23rd Street.  The police entered the ground floor apartment after responding to a 911 call…

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The Spirit Of Wild Heart Performing Arts Studio

Wild Heart Performing Arts Studio is an Astoria based studio founded by dance-theatre artist Suzana Stankovic, focusing on elite training in the art of dance, and based in passion and expertise, all within a personalized environment.  Opened in January, 2017, Wild Heart quickly found its home on Steinway Street, Astoria, giving New Yorkers a chance…

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Create On Ditmars Re-Opens After Health Violation Closure

Health restaurant Create, on 29-21 Ditmars Blvd., has reopened its doors after the Department of Health closed them down on July 18th after a failed inspection. The restaurant had received a staggering 60 sanitary violation points for infractions, according to Astoria Post.   Have you had a bad experience at Create, Ditmars? The most critical violations,…

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Astoria Woman Missing Since July 14

An Astoria woman has been missing from her home since July 14th. Jazmin Fernandez Almanzar, 24, was reported missing, according to an Astoria neighborhood Facebook group, from her home near Kaufman Astoria Studios on 35th  Avenue.  According to the 114th Precinct, a missing persons report was filed on July 14th. The investigation is ongoing as…

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