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Astoria
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Forecast May 28, 2017
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Sunday 10:06pm 05/28/17

 

Free Yoga In The Park, This...

As the summer brings new and awesome things to do in our neck of the woods, Astoria Park is our treat for all things fun. This summer Free Yoga Sessions return once again to give us some much needed exercise and vitamin … Continued

Astoria Park Spring Movies...

It’s about that time of the year when the sun starts shining just a little bit brighter, the people smile just a little bit more, and Astoria Park becomes a treasure trove of events, activities and fun. This year, Astoria … Continued

Make Way For Chip!

Well Astoria is fast becoming the land of opportunity when it comes to food. With every store that closes it seems like another five take its place. Now we are getting a cookies and coffee specialty when Chip opens its … Continued

Poke Wave Is Coming To...

Say what you want about Astoria, we’ve got cuisine, and we got diversity. Poke Wave is the newest member of the Broadway family. The Hawaiian inspired restaurant will be opening up their doors end of May, and we caught up … Continued

Union Rat Advances On Kaufman...

The Union Rat has found its way to Kaufman Studios in Astoria. For those of you who may not know the meaning behind the inflatable rats, they are commonly known as Union Rats. The monster rat is used for protesting … Continued

Catch Up With All The Latest...

 QED is ending May with a bang! Some of the great shows lined up for this month are Myq Kaplan & Friends, including Aparna Nancherla (HBO’s Crashing). No Feelings Presets will also hold Escape From QED. The interactive comedy show/escape … Continued

Astoria N Train Service To...

For the upcoming eight weekends, there will be no N Train service between Astoria and Long Island City. The service change includes Memorial Day and Labor Day, according to an MTA announcement. The service changes are so that the MTA … Continued

Streets Closed For Five Boro...

It is the 40th Anniversary of the Five Boro Bike Tour on Sunday and cyclists are oiling up their gears and getting ready for the 40 miles of car free roads which they will be enjoying. Since the even is … Continued

Anti-Gay Vandal Still At...

The anti-gay anti-Obama vandal hasn’t stopped his ignorant pleas for attention as more graffiti is spotted all over the neighborhood. He spray painted the words “Obama F___t” and “Kill F-gs and d-kes” along with “F-gs f-gs” all over the neighborhood … Continued

Man Flashes 13 Year Old Girl

The girl, 13, was on her way to school around 7:40AM on Friday, April 7th when a man walked up to her in front of 29-22 36th Avenue. The man began to engage the girl in conversation before dropping his … Continued

Road Rage Fight Leaves One...

Police are on the look out for a motorist who ended up stabbing another driver in a fit of road rage, before slashing his tires in Astoria. The incident occurred while the two men were driving south on Crescent Street … Continued

Trestle Bar & Eatery...

For Astoria resident Joe Brown, the corner of 34th and Broadway has been an itch in his entrepreneurial side for as long as he can remember. Joe isn’t new to the industry as he is also the owner of popular … Continued

Open For Business: Las...

The Mexico inspired Mexican Bar & Eatery has opened its doors on Broadway right next to Greenbay and we can’t wait to give it a try. Taking the spot where P.S Pizza Post Script used to be, the new Mexican … Continued

Halletts Point To Get...

The much anticipated Halletts Point megaproject, being developed by Durst Organization, is finally set to start just as the developers signed a new 26 year lease for a grocery store to move into its first building. Brooklyn Harvest Market signed … Continued

Extra Budget Funds Will Bring...

This year’s participatory budgeting vote saw Astorians voting for bus countdown clocks, technology upgrades, and additional trees, to name a few. $1 million was allocated by Councilman Costa Constantinides to six projects that the community voted on. 3,617 residents participated … Continued