Trade Fair Supermarket Abruptly Closes Doors and Tears Down Sign
A controversial Trade Fair supermarket abruptly and mysteriously closed its doors Tuesday, blocking workers from coming in and confusing shoppers who said they didn't receive any warning.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
Cabbies on edge after death of fellow driver
The shooting death of a Tampa cab driver has other drivers uneasy about ferrying passengers to neighborhoods that some might consider dangerous.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Police Search For Suspect Who Groped Woman On E Train
Police have asked the public to help them find a man who groped a woman on an E Train in Queens in the middle of the day this week.
The Village Voice
Split From the Crowd and Head to Tacos El Bronco
Crowds in this city do not always correlate to good taste -- see the hordes that flock to the Tacos Morelos carts in Williamsburg or the East Village instead of the more venerable Jackson Heights restaurant from which the mobile vendors were born.
The Rye Daily Voice
Rye Photography Exhibit Features Hudson Valley Landscapes
Uricchio's exhibit "Art Within Nature" kicks off at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4 at the Rye Free Reading Room at 1061 Boston Post Road in Rye.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Jazz at the Library, Blood Drive Highlight Week in Forest Hills
Drop by Forest Hills Patch on Monday morning to find out about events taking place in the community in the week ahead.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
BCPC Launches Women's Groups, Observes Trans Awareness Month
The Brooklyn Community Pride Center celebrated its fifth anniversary this year with a move to a new downtown location that allows them to open their doors to events like a Women's Culture Night and an innovative Queer Co-Working program.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Ped Plazas in Low-Income Neighborhoods Get $800,000 Boost From Chase
Public officials announce an $800,000 donation from the JPMorgan Chase Foundation to help maintain plazas in low-income areas.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
The Real Deal
Jackson Heights apartment sales hit five-year high
Apartment sales in Queens' Jackson Heights neighborhood hit a five-year high in the third quarter of 2013, according to data from local brokerage the Beaudoin Realty Group.
Citi Bike Isn't Expanding Any Time Soon
Despite high ridership and a stellar safety record, the Citi Bike program won't be expanding beyond its current slate of 6,000 bikes and 332 stations any time in the near future.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
WNYC-AM New York
NYC's Bike Share Stuck At Its Current Size
Citi Bike will not be growing any time soon. Six months after the launch of the popular bike sharing program, the New York City Department of Transportation isn't saying when a promised expansion into parts of Brooklyn and Queens will happen.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Cheap eats in New York
BURGER HEAVEN: The spicy cumin lamb burger at Xi'An Famous Foods was the finest dish of the day in a test of restaurants in Queens, NY.
A French Poundcake in a Queens Bakery
The French pastries at Cannelle Patisserie in Jackson Heights aren't all created equal.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
88th Precinct Botches Traffic Fatality Stats As Families Demand Enforcement
Last night, dozens of protestors gathered in Fort Greene to remember the at least 14 New Yorkers under the age of 18 killed in traffic so far this year, including Fort Greene's own Lucian Merryweather , 9, and demand more traffic enforcement from the police.
Theatre 167 Awarded LGBT Grant from Arch & Bruce Brown Foundation for PIRIRA
Theatre 167 has been awarded a grant from The Arch & Bruce Brown Foundation to support their current production of PIRIRA.
The Times of Israel
The less than heroic legacy of Saul Kagan
I first met Mr. Kagan, who died this week at age 91, in 1997 when I was investigating complaints that German-Jewish heirs discovered that they could no longer re-claim their properties in the former East Germany.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Cheap Eats in Queens, From Flower Shop to Temple via Tibetan-Cheese Broth
Here are some hidden gems for inexpensive Asian fare in unlikely locations, from a flower shop to a Hindu temple.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
NYC The Blog
Mexican Mile: A Closer Look At The Taco Trucks Of Bedford Avenue
Photo credit: atomische/Will Bredderman/NYC The BlogIs Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklynbetween Metropolitan Avenue and North 7th Street in the heart of the North part of the neighborhoodbecoming a Mexican Mile? Aol's City's Best recently wrote of "the street-taco scene" there when there were only two trucks.