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Much of Rego Park retains the character of a classic New York immigrant neighborhood. Imported goods from Russia and other countries line shelves at the NetCost Market on Queens Boulevard, and Uzbeki fare like chebureki, meat-filled turnovers, and shish kebab is on the menu at Cheburechnaya on 63rd Drive.
But in recent years, Rego Park has also drawn people from other parts of the metropolitan area looking for housing value. Continue Reading ›
The famous GingerBread Lane returns to Queens this week. The 500 square feet of sweet goodness will be in great company with classic plays, noir films, performance art, poetry, and Himalayan dumplings. 27 upcoming events are on the jump page. Continue Reading ›
Touring Forest Close & Forest Hills Gardens with Architectural Historian Barry Lewis
On a warm Saturday morning, nearly 40 residents of Forest Hills and other communities gathered in Station Square, to begin their weekend with a tour of the Forest Hills Gardens and Forest Close. Many anticipated their first encounter with notable architectural historian Barry Lewis, who conducted historic NYC tours, televised on Channel Thirteen, and wrote the book, “Kew Gardens: Urban Village in the Big City.” Continue Reading ›