It's Getting Cheaper to Live in Queens, Report Says
A new residential rental development - Pearson Court Square - at 45-50 Pearson Street in Long Island City.
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HBO's 'Girls' Spotted Filming on Steinway Street in Astoria
Cast and crew of the HBO hit show filmed scenes on Steinway Street in Astoria Thursday morning, turning a storefront between 30th and 28th Avenues into a mock post office for the shoot.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
American Ballet Theatre's NY Summer Intensive Final Performances Scheduled for 7/25
Final performances for American Ballet Theatre 's New York Summer Intensive Program are scheduled for Friday, July 25, 2014 at 12 P.M. and 4 P.M. at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts in Astoria, New York.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
5 reasons to add Queens to your NYC travel plans
Are you planning or dreaming of a trip to New York City? If so, it's hard to ignore Manhattan's appeal.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
6 Places to Buy and Fix a Bike in Queens
As bike aficionados get ready for the annual Tour de Queens 20-mile tour of the borough on July 6, DNAinfo has rounded up a list of the best places for enthusiasts to buy, sell or just tune up their favorite two-wheeled forms of transportation.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Global Update: Who's Where and Doing What - June 2014.
Global update of who is moving where and from where - keep track of old colleagues and friends or find lost ones, brought to you by The Boutique Search Firm.
Astoria Distilling Company's 'Queens Courage' Gin Hits Local Shelves
A neighborhood-inspired distilling company's gin is hitting the shelves in Astoria this week, and being served up in cocktails at two local bars.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
13 Real-Life NYC Spots Featured On Orange Is the New Black
At the same time as Orange Is The New Black has revolutionized the portrayal of women, same sex couples, and minorities on television, it's also exposed viewers to a New York City that's more diverse than the one portrayed on Sex and the City or Girls.
Homeless Shelter Residents Booed, Told to 'Get a Job' at Queens Protest
The homeless shelter at the Pan Am Hotel came under fire Monday night when hundreds of residents rallied outside a meeting between shelter operators and the city, and residents inside blasted officials, even booing a woman who urged compassion for families using the services.
In honor of July 4th, here are four New York City hotel perks for the summer
At a time when it seems that nothing in life is free, the thought of a unique collection of hotel amenities and services being offered as a courtesy to their guests is always a welcomed benefit.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
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MTA Bus Service Changes Sunday
Four years after the MTA slashed service on dozens of bus routes to close a budget gap, some of it is being resurrected this Sunday.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
George Takei: Still guiding the ship
For George Takei, left, with husband Brad Takei in their New York apartment, coming out as gay set him on a course of activism.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Korean Coffee Chain Caffe Bene to Open Two Locations in Astoria
Caffe Bene , a South Korean coffee shop chain that recently opened a location in Sunnyside , is planning two more in Astoria this summer - with one offering shaved ice treats.
Sun Jun 22, 2014
'Terminal City' is fast-paced thriller
An ongoing pleasure in Linda Fairstein's novels about assistant district attorney Alexandra "Alex" Cooper is the author's ability to weave in bits of little known history about New York City into her stories.
Sat Jun 21, 2014
New York Daily News
Ultimate Summer Guide: food
So little summer, so many restaurants to try. Before Labor Day comes, these new - and soon to come - spots should get a slot on your "must visit" list.
Fri Jun 20, 2014
What Happened in New York This Week: 8 Stories You Need to Read
Been under a rock this week? Here are some of DNAinfo New York's most popular stories from the neighborhoods during the week that was.
Livery Car Driver Wrongly Accused of Being Illegal Cabbie 6 Times, Docs Say
A part-time New Jersey livery hack who occasionally drives people into the city has been accused of being an illegal cabbie a half dozen times by TLC inspectors in the past two years - and each time a judge threw out the case.
Thu Jun 19, 2014
For You: Litter Baskets a Welcome Sight for Astoria Residents
An 18 block stretch in Astoria, Queens is looking much better after sanitation crews were dispatched following complaints from residents.
The Beer Trail: 8 New Microbreweries to Visit
Brooklyn Brewery was just the beginning. Thanks to the rise of local microbreweries with on-site taprooms, it's possible to embark on the hops-and-malt-driven equivalent of a wine-tasting weekend in Napa without ever leaving town.