January 16, 2019 RSS feed / Features

Coming Up At The Plaxall Gallery - Next Edition!

Mini PlaxallComing Up At The Plaxall GalleryThe Plaxall Gallery is holding open calls for art, exhibition openings, and theater events. Splendid Devils on January 18th is sold out.January 19th & 20th: 7pm More...

Senator Shaheen To Receive The Chian Federation’s 39th Homeric Award

The Board of Directors and the Homeric Award Committee of the Chian Federation is holding its 39th Homeric Award Gala on Saturday, February 2, at the Hellenic American Cultural Center of the Chian Federation located at 44-01 Broadway, Astoria. More...

In the Footsteps of Greece:

Eugene Delacroix’s Exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Photos:Photo 1 - “Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi”.Photo2 - “Cleopatra and the Peasant”, an 1838  paintingPhoto3 -  “Combat of the Giaour and the Pasha”Photo4 -  “Medea about to Kill her Children”Photo6- “Apollo Victorious Over the More...

De Blasio Starts 2019 At Full Throttle With 3-K Education

In the first 10 days of 2019, Mayor Bill de Blasio held five press conferences concerning numerous issues of importance: the upcoming 2020 census, 2018 crime statistics, the half-fare MetroCard Fair Fares Program, health care, and paid vacation.  More...

Former Principal Has Legacy Reinstated

A former public school principal has finally received the justice he has long been waiting for after more than a decade. More...

Queens Students Move On To Next Round Of Auto Tech Competition

Two teams from Thomas A. Edison CTE High School moved on to the next round of the National Automotive Technology Competition. The kick-off of the competition was on January 9 at the Center for Automotive Education & Training in Whitestone. More...

February And March At Queens Theatre

Queens Theatre is halfway through its 30th anniversary season and is ready to dive back in with the following shows set for February and March.  MOMIX presents VIVA MOMIX on Feb. 9 & 10  More...

Hellenic Film Society USA Presents Maria by Callas

The Hellenic Film Society USA announced screenings of Maria by Callas, the first feature film to tell the life story of the legendary Greek American opera singer entirely in her own words. More...

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Niki Taheri

Niki Taheri of Long Island is currently a senior studying Mechatronics Engineering at Vaughn College (East Elmhurst) and is currently the president of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) – Vaughn Chapter, and secretary of the Robotics Team. More...

State Denies Liquor License For Store Near Rehab

The State Liquor Authority (SLA) gave a firm thumbs-down last week to an application by an Astoria businessman who planned to open a liquor store next to a veterans’ rehabilitation center. More...

A Grandson Recalls Roots in Shah of Iran Regime 1946-1979 - Next Edition!

“Change your opinions, keep to your principles; change your leaves, keep intact your roots.” Victor Hugo.  Persia, modern Iran, has an ancient civilization going back to the Old Testament Bible. More...

A Warm Welcome To New NYPD Officers

On Friday, January 11, Assembly Member Stacey Pheffer Amato (D-Far Rockaway) met with the newest officers who joined the NYPD 101st Precinct located in Far Rockaway. More...

Eighth Annual Shave The ‘Stache For Cash

The “Shave the ‘Stache for Cash” event was held for the eighth successful year at Redken Saloon Salon in Astoria. More...

Transitional Services, Queens Library, City Agencies Visit CB 1

Each month’s Community Board 1 cabinet meeting at Kaufman Studios in Astoria comprises a series of reports from governmental and other groups covering civic and social concerns. More...

Aldo’s Democratic Organization Holds Annual Holiday Event

On December 21, Aldo’s Democratic Organization held its annual holiday event at Telly’s Taverna in Astoria. More...

Stringer Calls On City To Provide Tax Relief To CityLights Residents

NYC Comptroller Scott M. More...

QCP’s Signature Evening Of Fine Food Benefit

The Queens Centers for Progress is presenting its signature Evening of Fine Food on February 26 at Terrace on the Park. More...

Astoria Performing Arts Center Presents Queen

Queen, written by Madhuri Shekar and directed by J. Mehr Kaur, tells the story of two female scientists, Sanam and Ariel, who have spent the past seven years researching vanishing bee populations across the globe. More...

Remembering Dr. King Jr.: An Advocate OF Civil Rights

Both hailed as a civil rights leader who achieved his ends by nonviolent means and vilified as a traitor to the cause of black equality, Martin Luther King, Jr., a Baptist minister from Atlanta Georgia, was born Jan 15, 1929 at the home of his parent More...

The Pulpit

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Worker Knifed In Foiled E-Bike Theft

Police are searching for two men who knifed a worker after he caught them trying to steal an electric bike outside the Bel Aire Diner. More...

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