Friday Jul 25
New York Daily News
July 25: Crime, punishment and death
Holliswood: I guess Alex S. Vitale longs for the bygone days of the 1980s, when there was a three-card monte game on every corner of Times Square, squeegee men at every highway and tunnel exit, prostitutes plying their trade on Park Ave. South, addicts shooting up in public parks, graffiti covering every subway car, empty lots filled with garbage ... (more)
Cook Like a Chef with 6 Summer Recipes from Forest Hills Restaurants
With hot weather here, restaurants have turned to lighter fare and refreshing drinks in order to help beat the heat.
City of New York
Notification issued 7/21/14 at 6:40 PM.#160; Following an earlier incident, all lanes of the Martin Luther King Expressway just past the Bayonne Bridge in both directions are now open in Staten Island.#160; Please expect residual delays in the area.
City of New York
Notification issued 7/18/14 at 8:20 PM. Due to FDNY amp; NYPD activity, expect extensive traffic delays near the intersection of 33rd Street and 5th Avenue in Manhattan.
Petco Opening Forest Hills Location with 'Reptile Rally'
The new store, at 91-11 Metropolitan Ave., is hosting a pet adoption event and "reptile rally" this Saturday for kids to learn more about reptiles.
Forest Hills Food Truck Scene Expands With Jerk Chicken and Juice Carts
Two food trucks will be making regular stops on 71st/Continental Avenue this season - TMT Caribbean Delights , offering West Indian fare, and Healthy Cart which dishes out juices and smoothies - greatly expanding the neighborhood's food truck scene.
Tommy Ramone: His Story as Told to Legs McNeil
In 2003 Tommy Ramone - a.k.a Tommy Erderly or his birth name, Erdelyi Tamas -- sat down for an interview with me for research I was doing on Mickey Leigh's book, "I Slept With Joey Ramone."
Punk is dead: Tommy Ramone dies of cancer
Sad news filtered through today that 65-year-old Tommy Ramone, the last remaining member of the untouchable punk band The Ramones, has died.
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A luxury apartment community where you'll find the ultimate mix of tranquility and convenience.Beautiful architectural details set this large prewar building apart, a circular driveway leads to the elegant arched entrance-way.
Departing 112th Precinct Commander Oversaw 2 Years Without a Single Murder
After more than two years at the helm of the 112th Precinct , in which not a single murder was recorded, Commanding Officer Capt.
Forest Hills educators socked by audit
From the Daily News : A Queens-based provider of bilingual pre-school special education services was hit by state Controller Thomas DiNapoli in a new audit for improperly spending taxpayer money on fancy cars, a Manhattan apartment, and even a recent hire's funeral expenses.