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Forest Hills Favorite Ice Cream Parlor Eddies Sweet Shop was transformed into Willamina’s Sandwich Shop in Boston Massachusetts for the popular Showtime Newtwork’s crime drama “City On A Hill” The excitement took place Tuesday November 2nd on Metropolitan Avenue in Forest Hills Queens!
Created by Charlie MacLean, based on a story by Ben Affleck and MacLean. The series stars Kevin Bacon, Aldis Hodge, Amanda Clayton, Cathy Moriarty, Kevin Dunn, and Jill Hennessy. The series premiered on June 7, 2019 (online) and June 16, 2019 (Showtime). On August 2, 2019, Showtime renewed the series for a second season, which premiered on March 28, 2021. On June 2, 2021, the series was renewed for a third season.
See Link For More Details On This Thrilling Series : https://www.sho.com/city-on-a-hill
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Hours: Oct. 16-31, Saturday-Sunday, 8am-6pm
Admission: $10; $12 children ages 4 and older, which includes a pumpkin and activity kit; free for kids younger than 4
If you’re looking for the perfect fall photo op, you’ll find it at QBG this fall. Ticket fee includes admission to both the pumpkin patch and the garden, so you will have plenty of chances to snap the perfect autumn shot. Kids can also meet and take pictures with costumed nature creatures roaming the farm. For adults 21 and older, available are harvest and pumpkin-themed beers and ciders for purchase.
Why we love it: Can’t decide on the perfect pumpkin? Get them all! Extra pumpkins are just $6 each. Continue Reading ›
Tune In Live On Facebook To Take A Virtual Tour Of This “DETACHED VAN COURT CONTEMPORARY BEAUTY” April 26th Starting At 2 PM
This spacious four bedroom, three and a half bath home, built in the 1970’s sits on a 40 x 100 lot, and has a private driveway, a one car garage, and a patio and a garden in the rear of the property. The home has excellent interior square footage of 2,680 square feet, and boasts generous sized rooms, including a large family room/bedroom and full bathroom on the first floor. There is a master bedroom suite, and three additional bedrooms on the second floor. There is a large finished basement. There is a one car garage and a private driveway in the front of the house. There is a large private backyard. Property Size: 4000 sq. ft. approx. Interior Sq. Footage: 2680 sq. ft. approx. Taxes:$14,770/yr. approx.
Print out a stack of resumes! 50+ employers are coming to Forest Hills for a free job fair Friday.
FOREST HILLS, QUEENS — Print out a stack of resumes, because more than 50 employers are coming to Forest Hills for a job fair Friday.
Commonpoint Queens, previously known as the Central Queens Y, is hosting a free job fair Friday for positions in healthcare, food services, hospitality, customer service, retail, communications, manufacturing and information technology, among other fields. Continue Reading ›
The construction on PS 144 is set to be completed by September 2019. The addition will allow the school to seat an additional 600 students.
It will include 26 new classrooms, an entrance lobby, an outdoor play area, a cafeteria, offices and a medical suite.
The goal of the expansion is to eliminate the need for trailers in the schoolyard as well as to prevent overcrowding.
Both the new space and the existing building are now being made ADA accessible. Furthermore, ADA-compliant water fountains, two new elevators, and a new chairlift are going to be added to the school.
Finding Clean Water In Early Days Of Greater Ridgewood Area Wasn’t Easy: Our Neighborhood, The Way It Was
As hard as it may be to imagine Ridgewood and surrounding neighborhoods as mostly farmland, it may be harder still to comprehend life in New York City without a clean, reliable water system.
The first residents of our community depended on fresh water ponds and streams flowing through the area as their primary source of water; those ponds disappeared long ago due to development. It wouldn’t be until the early 19th century that the area would have the network of pipelines, mains and faucets that we now take for granted. Continue Reading ›
For years, Brooklyn has been the hottest real estate market in New York City outside of Manhattan, but there are signs that Queens is now outpacing Brooklyn.
Prices in Brooklyn fell in the second quarter of this year, while in Queens, the median luxury sales price increased 4.8 percent to $1.31 million, setting a record, according to Douglas Elliman, a real estate and property management firm. Brooklyn also saw sales volume drop, according to Mansion Global, a website that follows the global real estate market. However, that’s not to say that the Brooklyn real estate market is down as a whole.
“The median sales price in Brooklyn has been rising year after year for five-and-a-half years,” Jonathan Miller, author of Douglas Elliman’s report, told Mansion Global. “This is the first decline since 2012.” Stribling, a real estate brokerage that specializes in high-end sales, said that northwest Brooklyn (including the greater Downtown Brooklyn area) performed best and that it had the borough’s highest median price: $1.16 million.
Courtesy of: BrooklynDailyEagle.com
Spring and summer tend to be the most popular seasons to tackle a home remodeling project. And now that spring is finally upon us, the best remodeling pros’ calendars are already starting to fill up.
In other words, if you’ve been dreaming about a new bathroom or updated kitchen all winter long, now’s the time to do it.
Here are a few rooms to consider re-doing this spring, plus a list of local pros who can help you get it done:
Average cost: $10,772
Why you should consider it: Whether you want to turn your garage into an extra room or just add some streamlined storage, the garage is an existing space waiting for you to take advantage. So why wait?
Average cost: $20,556
Why you should consider it: The kitchen gets more action than any other room, so a few upgrades can go a long way in terms of your daily life.
Average cost: $18,810
Why you should consider it: Having another room in the house undoubtedly adds value to a house, which means someone will pay more for your home when it comes time to put it on the market. Plus, basements are also often some of the biggest spaces in the house, which means your dream of having that pool table for parties can be a reality.
Average cost: $9,348
Why you should consider it: Who doesn’t want to sit in a spankin’ new soaking tub at the end of a long day? The benefits to your daily life are one thing, but bathroom remodels provide some of the highest resale returns because buyers are also all about these types of little luxuries.
Average cost: $49,438
Why you should consider it: As pricey as an attic remodel can be, it can expand your living space and create great guest quarters, master suites and play areas.
Average cost: $36,001
Why you should consider it: You can save a substantial amount of time and money by tackling multiple rooms at the same time. Since workers can cover a few projects at once, getting it all done in one big swoop increases the efficiency of the project and reduces your contractor costs.
The Kew-Forest School will be hosting an Open House this Saturday, April 14th from 10am – 12pm.
All children entering pre-K to 8th Grade are welcome. The camp runs from July 2 – August 17 from 9 am – 4 pm and campers can register by the day, week or for the full 7 weeks. Before and after care is also available. Continue Reading ›