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  1. FYI: CB6 Committee Meets Tonight About Plans For 180-Student Pre-K Center In GowanusRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Park Slope Stoop

    Proposed future sight of Gowanus Pre-K Center on 9th Street between 3rd and 4th Avenues. The meeting is open to the public and will take place at the Prospect Park YMCA at 357 9th Street on the 9th Floor.


  2. On the Market: Bushwick = Office District? Kathleen Durst's Family Sues Robert DurstRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The New York Observer

    Office developers are betting that employers will want to follow the assorted trustfunders, artists and bros who now live in Bushwick, Crain's reports . Nonetheless, developers are charging $40-$50 per square foot, on par with Midtown: "This building is cool, sexy and strong," boasts one developer Kathleen Durst's family is suing Robert Durst for $100 million, under an obscure New York State law that guarantees a family the right to sepulcher, or to possess a body for immediate burial, The New York Times reports.


  3. Swiss Post Solutions' Leadership Academy is Ranked by Vault as a Top Internship ProgramRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | PRWeb

    A recent survey by Vault, the most comprehensive resource for employer, university, and internship program rankings, ratings, and insights, named Swiss Post Solutions , an innovative leader in business process outsourcing and digitization solutions, as one of the 2016 50 Best Internships. We take every opportunity to create and provide meaningful training that is essential for our interns and employees to progress both professionally and personally.


  4. How Bike Shares Are Changing City LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Huffington Post

    The evolution of the great concrete jungle hinges on transportation. For many years, city planners have organized business epicenters and residential tracts strategically in relation to local transit options, and city dwellers would flock to neighborhoods that were most accessible via transportation.


  5. Artist spotlight: Frank OltRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday |

    One of an artist 's greatest strengths is the ability to create a niche for him or herself, that is, a style that is so unique that viewers think of the artist as soon as they see a single piece. Artist Frank Olt has managed to achieve this goal via his extremely original works that combine ceramics , paint, wax and cloth materials such as burlap and linen.


  6. InventHelp Inventor Develops Seating Option for the Back of Work VansRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 27 | PRWeb

    "I work in construction and own a work van," said an inventor from Long Island City, N.Y. "My crew normally just hops in the van and lies down on the floor in the back, as there are no seats back there because the cargo area is used for tools and supplies. I have gotten ticketed for transporting passengers like this many times.


  7. Clark, Beverly JayneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 27 | The Lakeland Ledger

    BEVERLY JAYNE CLARK, 81 WINTER HAVEN - Beloved mother, Beverly, 81, died peacefully on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015, comforted by her family. Born on March 15, 1934, in Meriden, Conn., Beverly grew up, married, and lovingly raised her family there.


  8. Man, 54, fatally hit by sedan while crossing Queens streetRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | New York Daily News

    The 54-year-old died at New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center after being struck in Long Island City, Queens, late Wednesday. A 54-year-old man was fatally struck by a sedan as he crossed the street in Queens on Wednesday night, police said.


  9. First Look at SHoP's 3-Building Long Island City DevelopmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Curbed

    In June, word spread that Long Island City's old Paragon Paint Factory would be converted into a residential building. Well, it seems the redevelopment will give way to much more than that.


  10. Work Begins on 48-Story Towers at LIC's Former 5Pointz SiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Curbed

    Foundation work is underway on the plain-looking towers that will rise at the once-vibrant site of 5Pointz , the iconic graffiti space in Long Island City , Queens, Court Square Blog reports.


  11. Arista Air Conditioning Promotes Vincent Eckerson to Vice President of OperationsRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 25 | PR Log

    Nov. 25, 2015 - PRLog -- Long Island City, NY, November 23, 2015- Arista Air Conditioning has named Vincent Eckerson as Vice President of Operations for the refrigeration, air conditioning and heating company, reporting to Arista's President, Scott Berger. "Vincent is a seasoned and trusted leader who consistently delivers results, and has been an integral part of Arista's growth and expansion in the New York metro area market," said Berger.


  12. Casa Enrique Is One of NYC's Best Mexican Spots in Spite of ItselfRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Eater

    Reservations are made at Casa Enrique the old-fashioned way, by phone. Not a problem.


  13. Aviation High Schools Prep the Next GenerationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | Flying

    This student is working on basic piloting skills in the flight simulation room with a few of his classmates. Students at CFAA can actually learn to fly an airplane before they graduate.


  14. European-Style Beer Hall Bierocracy Opens in Long Island CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 |

    A Central European-style beer hall opened last week on Jackson Avenue, the first location in what the owner hopes will eventually become a "global chain." Bierocracy is located at the corner of Jackson Avenue and 47th Road, taking over a 4,000-square-foot former steakhouse that can fit more than 200 guests, and where patrons can sit at communal tables and sip dozens of types of beer.


  15. On the Market: Ancient Streams Spark Real Estate Spats; Abyssinian's DownfallRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | The New York Observer

    An ancient stream, one of the many that once crossed Manhattan, has trickled "off a faded 19th-century topographical map and into a modern-day dispute over a multimillion-dollar home renovation," The New York Times reports. Professional house flippers Dana and David Luttway, who say they purchased 32 W. 76th as a personal residence, want to dig down to expand their subterranean living space, a move that neighbors worry will destabilize their homes because of the squishy ground.


  16. Phase 2 of Hunters Point South Megaproject Is Now UnderwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | Curbed

    Construction work is officially underway on the second phase of Hunters Point South, the Long Island City megaproject that will eventually bring 5,000 apartments to the neighborhood, with over half of them set aside as affordable housing.


  17. City breaks ground for new Queens affordable housingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | New York Daily News

    City officials broke ground Monday on Hunter's Point South Phase II, a massive affordable housing and commercial complex in Long Island City. Plans also include a waterfront park - seen in this rendering.


  18. City should punish tenants renting affordable units on Airbnb: Jimmy Van BramerRead the original story

    Monday Nov 23 | The Real Deal

    New York City should crack down on affordable housing tenants who rent out their units on Airbnb, according to City Council member Jimmy Van Bramer, who called the practice "appalling." Van Bramer cited ads on the popular home sharing website offering stays at the Related Cos.'


  19. Audra McDonald, Billy Porter & More to Honor Lena Horne in Benefit ConcertRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 |

    Schools That Can, a national nonprofit focused on improving urban education, will hold a benefit concert to honor the life and legacy of jazz singer and civil-rights activist Lena Horne on Monday, Jan. 11, 2016, at 7:30 p.m. at New York City's Symphony Space . The concert will feature performances from Kennedy Center Honoree and Tony Award-winning actress Barbara Cook , Tony Award-nominated lyricist Amanda Green , Audra McDonald , Billy Porter , Joshua Henry Student choirs from the Newark Boys Chorus School and VOICE Charter School will also perform.


  20. Bookkeeping Services: Small NYC Companies Can OutsourceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 19 | Jackson Heights News

    Outsourcing is one of the most strategic decisions that a company can make. There are various advantages to outsourcing.


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