Armed Suspect Wanted in Daylight Shootout


Police are seeking help from the public to locate an armed suspect wanted in connection with a brazen daylight shootout in Woodside that left a second gunman in stable condition on Tuesday afternoon. Cops said the gunfire erupted at about 3:40 p.m. on June 7th, when Tenzin Norgyal nodded toward the suspect as he pulled up in a car on […]

It’s In Queens! (June 10 to June 16)

The Great Outdoors is the Great Host this week in Queens this week with en plein air music, comic books, tours, dance, foraging, and even Disney. Stay indoors for a cow opera and Def Poetry Jam Reunion. June 10, Random Access Music Festival, June 12. Three days of live music and dancing in an outdoor arena with views of Midtown […]

Dutch Kills Neighborhood Association Urges All Attend Mtg.

Dutch Kills Neighborhood Association announced its next meeting will be held on Thursday, June 9, 7:30 pm at St. Patrick’s Community Hall (29th Street & 40th Avenue). Parking available in the school yard on 29th Street. Community Affairs Unit of the 144th Precinct will update on police activity. Department of Health will make a presentation on rat infestation. DKCA urges […]

I On Politics

STATE OF THE BOROUGH FACT SHEET: Queens Borough President Donovan Richards Jr. delivered his State of the Borough address on Friday, June 3, at LaGuardia Community College in Long Island City, highlighting both the significant progress his administration has made to build back better as a borough over its first 19 months, as well as his bold, comprehensive vision for […]

2022-06-08 E-Edition

Pride Parade Returns

Members of GOAL – the Gay Officers Action League – pose for a commemorative photo. The whole city welcomed back the Pride Parade in Jackson Heights on Sunday, June 5, which had gone missing for the last two years because of COVID-19 (like everything else).

Maloney Helps Lead 2022 Greek Independence Day Parade

Founder and Co-Chair of the Congressional Caucus on Hellenic Issues Congresswoman Car­olyn Maloney (NY-12) was a Grand Marshal at the New York Greek Independence Day Parade on June 5th. Other Grand Marshals included Congres­sional Hellenic Caucus Co-Chair Rep. Gus Bili­rakis (R-FL), Caucus member Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (D-NY), Greek Olympic gold medalist Fani Chalkia, and His Eminence Archbishop Elpi­dophoros of America. […]

Queens Rising – A Celebration Of Arts & Culture in June 2022

Queens Rising, presented by Northwell Health, is a month-long, multi-disciplinary arts cel­ebration of the borough’s creative diversity. Throughout June of 2022, Queens Rising is highlighting dozens of performances, exhibitions, and cultural events that showcase the borough’s artistic and cultural communities. In partnership with the many arts organizations, multi-purpose venues and galleries in Queens, Queens Rising has mobilized the borough’s artistic community to […]

Raise The American Flag With Respect & Pride

June 14 is Flag Day commemorating the day our flag was created, just one year after our country was officially born, in 1777. Not a lot of fanfare surrounds the holiday, but we believe it is very important and al­ways try to write an editorial each year to encourage acknowledgment of the day. The American Flag is the symbol of […]

Letters to the Editor

Fly The American Flag To The Editor: The American Flag was originally adopted by a resolution by the Continental Congress on June 14th, 1777. Flag Day wasn’t officially recognized until pro­posed by Congress and signed into law by President Harry Truman in 1949. The week of June 14th is designated as Na­tional Flag Week. I therefore urge that the American […]