Friday Mar 7
The Real Deal
Woodsidea s upscale Icon52 more than half-leased
Woodside's first luxury rental building, Icon52, is more than 50 percent leased after less than three weeks of leasing.
New York Daily News
Hartley filming in Queens
When indie director Hal Hartley embarked on the final leg of his film trilogy, there was no question where he would start production.
Mayor Expected to March in St. Pat's For All Parade in Queens on Sunday
Queens will be brimming with Irish hospitality this weekend, as the annual St. Pat's For All parade is set to wind through Sunnyside and Woodside on Sunday.
Queens Reps Ask DOE Not to Bus P.S. 11 Kids to Astoria During Construction
Elected officials on Tuesday criticized the Department of Education's plan to temporarily bus more than 200 students from Woodside's P.S. 11 to another school in Astoria while an annex is built to relieve overcrowding there.
Queens School Plan Would Cram 46 Kids Into One Classroom, Parents Fear
Parents didn't complain when their kindergartners at P.S. 11 were crammed into rooms of as many as 40 children this year.
The Village Voice
Celebrate the Irish With a Sunnyside/Woodside Pub Crawl
The planners of the St. Patrick's Day parade continue their baffling insistence on banning LGBT groups from participating openly, but the bigoted policy has had at least one happy side effect: Since 2000, in response to the parade's exclusionary practices, Sunnyside and Woodside have played host to St. Pat's for All , an open-to-everyone procession ... (more)
Presidents Day closures
All post offices will be closed, except the Roosevelt Field Postal Store, which will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will be no mail delivery except for express mail.
The Village Voice
Weekend Brunch at Arte Cafe, The Haab, Clinton St. Baking Co., and Studio Square
If you're hungover after a night of love -- or a night of talking about the futility of love -- don't sleep in too long.