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For those looking to escape the city without leaving it completely behind, Forest Hills is perfect.
This Queens neighborhood is quiet enough to raise a family, but close enough to Manhattan (about a 30-minute subway ride from midtown) to raise a ruckus. Continue Reading ›
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 ›
Korean music and dance. African music and dance. Mexican music and dance. Chinese flower-themed music. Then, jazz, Baroque masters, a youth orchestra, protest songs, and Christmas and Chanukah ditties. There’s magic in the Queens air this week. Here’s the rundown. Continue Reading ›
Forest Hills is shaking it up.
Shake Shack, the critically acclaimed “roadside” burger stand that has locations throughout the United States and the world, announced Monday that it will be opening a new location in 2016 at 71-26 Austin St. Continue Reading ›