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Marty Dolan officially on ballot for June Democratic primary, AOC faces challenger

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May. 3, 2024 By Emily Swanson U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez officially faces a challenger in the upcoming Democratic primary.  Marty Dolan, 66, has received notice from the NYC Board of Elections that he will be on the ballot for the June primary against Ocasio-Cortez, who will face a primary challenger for the first time since…
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Community Impact Award given to organization serving low-income immigrant families in Corona and Jackson Heights

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May. 3, 2024 By Ethan Marshall Literacy Partners, an organization dedicated to enhancing English proficiency among immigrant caregivers to foster greater involvement in their children’s lives, was honored with the Community Impact Award on April 25. This accolade was part of the New York City Service’s Mayoral Service Recognition Program, celebrating significant contributions to the…
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Arts and culture celebration ‘Queens Rising’ launches calendar of events for June

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May. 3, 2024 By Iryna Shkurhan The arts and culture community came together at Queens Museum in Corona Thursday morning to launch the third annual Queens Rising celebration.  The month-long celebration of local artists and venues will kick off on June 1 with a packed calendar of events that highlight the diversity of the borough….
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Shining stars: Schneps Media recognizes remarkable Healthcare Heroes

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May. 3, 2024 By QNS News Team On Wednesday, May 1st, 49 extraordinary healthcare leaders were honored at Schneps’ annual ‘Health Care Heroes’ event, held in the ballroom of Terrace in The Park at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. This year, the honorees were treated to an exclusive VIP cocktail reception, where they donned their best attire…
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The Noguchi Museum announces winner of Open Call for Artist Banners

May. 2, 2024 By Czarinna Andres May 2, 2024 By Czarinna Andres The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum in Long Island City recently announced that David Huang’s “Hands Toward the Universe” has triumphed in its third annual Open Call for Artist Banners. Huang’s creation will adorn the museum’s outdoor spaces from May 2024 until… Read more »

Sammy’s Law passed: Queens leaders hail new legislation enabling NYC to lower speed limits for safer streets

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May. 1, 2024 By Ethan Marshall Queens Assemblymember Jessica González-Rojas and State Senator John Liu joined community advocates Tuesday to celebrate the passage of Sammy’s Law, a legislation that allows for New York City to determine its own speed limits, in the latest New York State budget. The legislation is meant to help reduce traffic…
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Sponsored: Local business owner leads cheers for proposed Metropolitan Park

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May. 1, 2024 By QNS News Team Last November, when New York Mets owner Steve Cohen and Queens community leaders unveiled the proposal for Metropolitan Park, local restaurant owner Manji Singh was all in. To Singh, the owner of Jackson Diner in Jackson Heights on 74th Street, the $8 billion proposal to transform the 50…
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