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SummerStage Kids presented by Disney presents Queens Family Day, a day dedicated to engaging young audiences and their families through thrilling performances! Families will also have the opportunity to participate in interactive music & dance workshops + face painting and more!
Students entering Success Academy 4 in Harlem. They were expecting to go to a middle school inside another local school, but the de Blasio administration blocked that co-location.
Rich Hallett of the U.S. Forest Service examines trees damaged by rats in Queens, New York City, in April 2014.
Police are searching for a burglar who gained access to a Brooklyn convenience store by cutting a hole in the roof.
Every NFL draft hopeful needs a solid theme tune, and who better to perform it than RZA from Wu-Tang Clan and rock band Faulkner? The mastermind producer teamed up with the California alt-rock quartet to create the new collaboration single "NY Anthem," which debuted on ESPN's "Draft Academy" on Tuesday.
A state senator is calling for an impartial investigation into the emergency response to a fire that left two young children dead this past weekend.
Renting out someone's apartment is an easy way to get an inexpensive place to stay if you're a tourist, and cheaper and more convenient than most hotels.
Chef Tomica "Tom" Burke was the winner of Food Network 's Cutthroat Kitchen. Tom is the owner of a catering company Tom Cookery: New Comfort Cuisine & Catering.
When married couple Jennifer Lim and Ben Sandler began plotting The Queens Kickshaw in Astoria, they wanted simply to arm the neighborhood with good coffee.
Queens, N.Y., Supreme Court Judge Richard L. Buchter broke down in tears after sentencing a former housing court officer and assistant girls basketball coach Kerbet Dixon to at least 25 1/3 years behind bars for sexually abusing two young relatives in 2008 and 2009, according to the New York Daily News .
Justin Noel, owner of Greenwich Village cocktail bar Sweetwater Social, was packing up supplies from a liquor industry event the other day, when he caught sight of an unattended box filled with valuables.
An exhibit that revisits the scandal at the 1964 World's Fair in Queens, N.Y., opens Saturday, in conjunction with the fair's 50th anniversary.
The blaze, which started on the third floor of a four-story building on 37th Ave. at the corner of 75th St. in Jackson Heights, was reported around 6:11 p.m. Monday.
The streetcar is an underused resource in New York City's vast transportation network, but its uniqueness would make it a useful and popular attraction for locals and visitors alike.
Investigators say a child playing with a lighter sparked a deadly fire in Queens over the weekend that killed two small children.
"You were a minority when you came to this country. Things seemed to have worked out for you."