Silent Disco Party Overflows At Hunters Point

Hundreds turned out last night for Silent Disco, presented by Lincoln Center Local & @jimmyvanbramer
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Sept. 4, By Jackie Strawbridge

A crowd of about 2,000 turned out for a Silent Disco party on Thursday night,…

Small section of Crescent Street to go from one-way to two-way, as DOT is about to start improvements

Sept. 4, By Christian Murray

The Department of Transportation is expected to start work on a number of safety improvements to several Court Square/Queens Plaza streets next week, according to an agency spokesman.

The department will be working on the section of the neighborhood that links Queens Plaza South to 44th Drive—bordered by 28th Street on the east and Crescent Street to the west. …

CBC: Queens Burdened By Dilapidated Subway Stations

Sept. 2, By Jackie Strawbridge

The majority of New York City’s worst-condition subway stations are in Queens, a new report from the Citizens Budget Commission has found.

The CBC, a New York finance-oriented nonprofit, released a report Wednesday that examines both the quality of subway stations citywide and the MTA’s system for repairing them.…

Lincoln Center Returns To LIC For Silent Disco

Sept. 1, By Jackie Strawbridge

Three DJs will bring a party straight to dancers’ ears on Thursday, for the return of Lincoln Center’s Silent Disco.

Silent Disco is a free, outdoor dance party at Hunters Point South Park. Music will not be blasted through speakers;…

Court Square Planned Parenthood Opens for Patients

Sept. 1, By Jackie Strawbridge

The borough’s first Planned Parenthood healthcare center opened its doors to patients on Tuesday.

The 14,000 square-foot facility is located at 21-41 45th Rd. in Court Square. With the opening of this new center,…

Opinion: Our Community Board is Violating State Law

By John O’Reilly, retired attorney and former public official

“You ain’t seen nothing yet. B-b-baby, you just ain’t seen n-n-nothing yet.”

Randy Bachman’s lyrics written in 1974 provide a perspective on the emerging tidal wave of development in Sunnyside/Long Island City and the potential decking of the Sunnyside Rail Yards for possible housing and commercial developments.…

LIC’s Center Blvd dog run officially opens

August 27, By Christian Murray

Long Island City’s newest dog run officially opened today, with elected officials cutting the ribbon.

The dog run, called Gantry Plaza Dog Run, is located between P.S./I.S. 78 and the Queens West Sports Field,…