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Astoria in Queens, New York
In western Queens, Astoria, one of the borough's well-known neighborhoods, is a hop, skip, and jump (or short subway ride) across the East River from Manhattan. Find out more about living, eating, and having fun in this excellent neighborhood.

Tour the Steinway & Sons Piano Factory in Astoria, Queens
Tour the Steinway & Sons piano factory in Astoria, Queens. Witness the making of Steinway pianos from start to finish during this excellent factory tour.

Neighborhood Profile of Elmhurst in Queens, NY
Elmhurst is a complicated neighborhood in western Queens. It has come a long way since troubles in the 1980s, even longer since its colonial founding in the 1650s.

Jamaica, Queens - The Neighborhoods of Jamaica, Queens, New York
Jamaica in southeastern Queens is both a neighborhood and the shorthand name given to many neighborhoods in southeast Queens. Learn about visiting and living in Jamaica, Queens.

Photos of People and Places in Queens, New York
These photo galleries of Queens tell the many stories of the borough in images.

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Photos of Jamaica, Queens
Photo gallery of downtown Jamaica, Queens.

Shopping Malls in Queens, NY
Profiles of seven shopping malls in Queens, New York. Includes the Flushing Mall, Bay Terrace Shopping Center, the Queens Center Mall, the Queens Plaza Mall, the Metro Mall, the Douglaston Shopping Plaza, and the College Point strip mall.

Queens' Neighborhoods: Close to Manhattan
Queens' Neighborhoods: Most Convenient to Manhattan

Neighborhoods in Western Queens
Sunnyside, Woodside, Maspeth, Middle Village, and Ridgewood are lesser known neighborhoods in Western Queens. Page 2.

Free Activities and Things to Do in Queens, NY
Free things to do in Queens aren't too hard to find. Every week there are free events in the parks and at cultural centers across the borough.

Pick-Ups at JFK Airport - Parking and Driving Tips
How to make easy and quick (or at least easy) pick-ups and drop-offs at JFK Airport.

New Year's Eve Celebrations in Queens, NY
See the new year in at these clubs, bars, and restaurants in Queens, New York.

Museums in Queens, New York
There are a lot of small, but great, museums in Queens, New York. You'll find everything from a historic farm to movie history and contemporary art.

Top Five Museums in Queens, New York
In this story, find the best museums in Queens, New York.

Aqueduct Casino - Gambling in Queens, New York
Aqueduct's casino -- Resorts World Casino -- offers video slots and games in Queens, New York City. Plan your visit and learn about gambling, restaurants, directions, subways, and nearby hotels.

Casinos in and Around New York City
As casino gambling has spread throughout the country, New Yorkers have a whole range of gambling options within three hours drive of the city.Here are some of the closest casinos to New York City, and one within the five boroughs.

Where Did 'All in the Family's Archie Bunker Live?
All in the Family's Archie Bunker, along with Edith, Gloria, and Meathead, lived in Queens, New York, but which neighborhood? The Bunker family's TV address was 704 Hauser Street, supposedly in Corona.

Where to Donate All Kind of Items in Queens, NY
Places to donate in Queens. Time for a little spring cleaning or any season cleaning? Or even gearing up for a renovation? Ready for out with the old, but you hate to waste perfectly good stuff?

Airports in Queens, NY: JFK and LaGuardia
John F. Kennedy Airport and LaGuardia Airport are two very busy transportation hubs that welcome visitors to NYC from across the country and around the world.

Holiday Celebrations in Queens, NY
Holiday Celebrations in Queens, NY

Long Island City in Queens, New York
Long Island City is one of the most vibrant parts of Queens, NY. Many people think Long Island City is just Hunters Point, but it's a huge area, actually at least 10 neighborhoods, going through an enormous change. Learn about living in Long Island City, and enjoy these photographs articles on its real estate, history, and neighborhoods.

Queens Basics - Facts and Figures About Queens, New York
The basics about Queens, New York. plus an lists, statistics, demographics, and FAQs, including population data.

Driving Directions to LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
Find driving directions to LaGuardia Airport (LGA) in northern Queens, just off the Grand Central Parkway. It's straight forward to reach unless traffic gets in your way, so give yourself plenty of time

Is Queens on Long Island?
Yes. Queens is on Long Island. The New York City boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn are both on the very aptly named Long Island, on the western side of Long Island.

AirTran to Get to JFK Airport
The train to JFK Airport is officially the AirTrain JFK, and it brings riders to and from the airport via two subway stations and the LIRR (Long Island Railroad).

LaGuardia Transportation - Queens NY
Bus, shuttle, subway, train, and more transportation options for LaGuardia Airport in Queens, New York. The airport is close to Manhattan, but there's no direct subway to LaGuardia.

Parking at JFK Airport: A Brief Guide and Tips
Parking at JFK Airport does not have to be a headache, but during busy travel times, your best bet is mass transit. Here are your parking options.

35 Things to Do in Long Island City and Astoria
Here are 35 ideas for fun afternoons, mornings, evenings, dates, play-dates, and more to do in Long Island City and Astoria.

Blogs About or From Queens, New York
Find related blogs -- or web logs -- written about Queens, New York, or just written by Queens folks.

LaGuardia Airport (LGA) - Arrivals and Departures
LaGuardia Airport (LGA): Flight Status, Arrivals, and Departures for LGA in Queens, New York City.

Sales Tax in New York
In this story, you will learn what the sales tax in New York State and New York City is.

What's the Drinking Age in New York?
Looking to go out on the town in NYC? Find ut what's the drinking age in New York?

Find the Address for JFK Airport in Queens, NY
Looking for the address to JFK Aiport in Queens, New York?

JFK Airport - Arrivals, Departures, and Terminals
One of the busiest airports in the world, JFK Airport is in Queens, New York. Check JFK flight status, arrivals, departures, terminals, and driving directions before heading to the airport.

JFK Airport: Arrivals, Departures, and Terminals
How to Get to JFK by Car From NYC, Long Island, Connecticut, and New Jersey. JFK Airport is located in southern Queens, just off the Belt Parkway (a.k.a. the Southern State Parkway) and the Van Wyck Expressway. Page 2.

Queens Zip Codes
In this story, you will find out what the Queens, New York zips codes are by neighborhood.

Address for LaGuardia Airport in Queens, New York
If you're looking for LaGuardia Airport's address in Queens, New York, the information is here.

Golf Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, and Mini-Golf in Queens
Golf Driving Range, Pitch and Putt, and Mini-Golf in Queens, New York. Page 2.

Guide to Golf Courses in Queens, New York
Golfing is an extremely popular sport in Queens, and can be enjoyed at four local golf courses, all of which are public courses owned by New York City and managed by American Golf. The courses are in Forest Park, Clearview Park, Douglaston, and Kissena Park.

Water Taxi Beach - Review and Photos of Water Taxi Beach in Long Island City
Water Taxi Beach photos and review. New Yorkers in need of a little rest and relaxation don't have to venture far these days. The perfect summer getaway exists right here in Long Island City, Queens, at Water Taxi Beach, where locals of all ages can unwind and wriggle their toes in the sand without ever actually leaving the city.

Bar at Water Taxi Beach - Review and Photos of Water Taxi Beach in Long Island City
Water Taxi Beach photos and review. New Yorkers in need of a little rest and relaxation don't have to venture far these days. The perfect summer getaway exists right here in Long Island City, Queens, at Water Taxi Beach, where locals of all ages can unwind and wriggle their toes in the sand without ever actually leaving the city. Page 4.

Fourth of July at Water Taxi Beach in Long Island City
The Water Taxi Beach in Long Island City is an ideal spot for catching the annual Fourth of July fireworks over the East River. Page 7.

Families and Kids at Water Taxi Beach in Long Island City
Water Taxi Beach photos and review. New Yorkers in need of a little rest and relaxation don't have to venture far these days. The perfect summer getaway exists right here in Long Island City, Queens, at Water Taxi Beach, where locals of all ages can unwind and wriggle their toes in the sand without ever actually leaving the city. Page 3.

Chilling at the Water Taxi Beach in Long Island City
Water Taxi Beach photos and review. New Yorkers in need of a little rest and relaxation don't have to venture far these days. The perfect summer getaway exists right here in Long Island City, Queens, at Water Taxi Beach, where locals of all ages can unwind and wriggle their toes in the sand without ever actually leaving the city. Page 5.

Directions to Water Taxi Beach in Long Island City - Subway and Car to Water Taxi Beach
Directions to Water Taxi Beach in Long Island City by subway or car. Page 2.

Water Taxi Beach in Long Island City
Water Taxi Beach photos and review. New Yorkers in need of a little rest and relaxation don't have to venture far these days. The perfect summer getaway exists right here in Long Island City, Queens, at Water Taxi Beach, where locals of all ages can unwind and wriggle their toes in the sand without ever actually leaving the city.

Take the Water Taxi to the Water Taxi Beach in Long Island City
Water Taxi Beach photos and review. New Yorkers in need of a little rest and relaxation don't have to venture far these days. The perfect summer getaway exists right here in Long Island City, Queens, at Water Taxi Beach, where locals of all ages can unwind and wriggle their toes in the sand without ever actually leaving the city. Page 6.

Art in Long Island City - 7 Subway Tour of Queens
First stop on the 7 subway should be in Long Island City to catch a little culture. PS 1 Contemporary Art Center is a great museum with a dynamic edge. If you're museum averse, you can catch a bit of graffiti culture across the street from PS 1 at 5 Pointz, a legal graffiti site.

Sripraphai in Woodside - 7 Subway Tour of Queens
Where else but Woodside can you find the best Thai food in NYC a few blocks from one of the city's best burgers? Working-class Woodside is a polyglot neighborhood with a serious thing for Irish pubs and ethnic eats.

Pan-Latino Jackson Heights and Corona - 7 Subway Tour of Queens
Jackson Heights and the adjoining neighborhoods of Corona and Elmhurst are the homes of waves of Latin American immigrants, particularly from Colombia and more recently, Mexico. Walk along Roosevelt Avenue, under the elevated subway, from 82nd St to 90th St, and you'll be treated to earfuls of ranchera and cumbia pulsing from shops and restaurants. Stop into taco stands and leather stores selling real Mexican cowboy boots.

Flushing Meadows, the Mets, and the US Open - 7 Subway Tour of Queens
Exploring Flushing Meadows-Corona Park

Tour Queens via the 7 Subway - Neighborhoods and Sites
Guide to visiting Queens, New York, along the 7 subway line. Visual tour of the neighborhoods and sites and restaurants to visit during an afternoon in Queens, all accessible via the 7 subway. The diversity you experience along the elevated 7 line is simply astounding and has earned the train the designation

Sunnyside's Restaurants and Shops - 7 Subway Tour of Queens
Exploring Sunnyside, Queens, as the 7 subway tour continues.

Little India in Jackson Heights: Subway Tour of Queens
Little India in Jackson Heights. Queens, NY.

In Corona, Louis Armstrong and Lemon Ice King of Corona - 7 Subway Tour of Queens
Corona is a little more humble than Jackson Heights, but counts two worthy stops for attention.

Flushing-Main Street, the Best Chinatown in NYC
Your final stop on the #7 is at Main Street in Flushing, and though you’re at the end of the line, this downtown bustles as hard as Manhattan. Flushing is the largest Chinatown in New York City, with a significant Korean population as well. In between the Asian language signage, you can find the colonial past and an important part of our immigrant experience: the birthplace of religious freedom in America.

Voting Guide for Queens, New York
How, When, and Where to Register and Vote on Election Day in Queens.

Restaurants in Queens Restaurant Week - M-Z
Restaurants in Queens Restaurant Week - Alphabetical listing. Page 2.

Watching the Game in Astoria and Long Island City
Part of the fun of living in the city is going to see your favorite sports team play at your local sports bar. There are a lot of places in Astoria and Long Island City to watch the game, be it baseball, football, soccer, basketball, or hockey.

How Will Rain Affect Your US Open Tennis Tickets?
Raining on the day you have tickets to the US Open? It's your worst nightmare. So here's what you do.

Neighborhood Profile of Forest Hills, Queens, New York
Forest Hills, a neighborhood in central Queens, has three distinct parts. This profile covers beautiful Forest Hills Gardens, the adjoining area of single and multi-family homes, and the higher density apartment buildings and co-ops on the north side of Queens Boulevard. Plus area shopping and neighborhood basics are covered.

Fitness Clubs and Exercise Classes in Queens, New York
Looking to get in shape in our fine borough of Queens? Join a pool or fitness center, get in shape while learning self-defense skills at your local karate dojo, or stretch out in one of the many yoga or Pilates centers in Queens.

Yoga and Pilates Classes in Queens
Looking to get in shape in our fine borough? Join a pool or fitness center, get in shape while learning self-defense skills at your local karate dojo, or stretch out in one of the many yoga or Pilates centers in Queens. Page 2.

Weekend Events in Queens, NY
Weekend events listings for the borough of Queens, New York. This list of weekend events is updated every Thursday.

Catholic Churches and Parishes in Queens, New York
A list of Roman Catholic churches and parishes in Queens, New York.

Catholic High Schools in Queens, NY
The Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens supports eleven high schools in the borough of Queens. These secondary schools have an excellent reputation, and have won awards. Though the schools have a Catholic Christian mission, they are open to students of all faiths.

Elected Officials for Queens
Government representatives for Queens, NY. Find out your local, city, state, and congressional representatives.

Hospitals Located in Queens, New York
Find hospitals and medical attention in the borough of Queens, New York.

Is Queens a Suburb of New York or Part of the City?
Queens, NY, is part of New York City, and though not as densely populated as Manhattan, it is one of the largest urban centers in the United States. At the same time, parts of Queens look and feel like the suburbs.

Photos of Flushing, Queens: Apartment Towers
Flushing has several large apartment towers at the southern end of downtown, off of Main Street.

Photo Tour of Flushing, Queens
Photo tour of Flushing, Queens, highlighting the neighborhood's major attractions and landmarks.

Kissena Park - Photos of Flushing, Queens
Kissena Park is a breathing jewel in hectic Flushing, Queens.

Best of Queens Restaurant Week - Top Picks
Best of Queens Restaurant Week. Queens bloggers, foodies, and locals weigh in on the best eats for the borough's Restaurant Week.

Top Five Thai Restaurants in New York City
The top five Thai restaurants in New York City, most of which are in Queens.

Volunteer in Astoria, Queens
There are plenty of volunteer opportunities in Astoria. This article will help you find places where you can volunteer in western Queens.

What Are the Best Public High Schools in Queens, New York?
The best high school in Queens is hard to say since the 65+ high schools in the borough vary so much, but when we compare all the rankings and scores, we have to say one high school stands out as the best in Queens.

Visitors Guide to Forest Park in Queens, New York
Forest Park, 538 acres of trees and fields, is a jewel of a park in Queens, New York, bordering the neighborhoods of Richmond Hill, Kew Gardens, Forest Hills, Glendale, and Woodhaven. Designed by Frederick Olmsted in the 1890s, Forest Park is the third largest park in Queens, offering residents the great strolling in thick woods, plus golfing, a carousel, bandshell concerts, and trails for running, biking, skating, and horseback riding.

Top Ten Best Parks in Queens, New York
Want to get outdoors? Here are our top 10 picks for the best parks in Queens. There are hundreds of green spaces to choose from in the borough.

Outdoor Weddings in Queens - 5 Great Venues
Spring is in the air, and wedding season is almost upon us. Here are five great venues for outdoor weddings in Queens, New York. They also make ideal spots for wedding photographs. Good luck and good weather to all brides and grooms.

Queens, NY: Top Outdoor Winter Activities
Winter in Queens is no time to stay inside. There are many reasons to bundle up and head out, from ice skating to sledding to birding.

Neighborhood Profile of Sunnyside, Queens, New York
Sunnyside, a neighborhood in western Queens, has two distinct parts. This profile covers beautiful Sunnyside Gardens and the higher density apartment buildings and co-ops on the north side of Queens Boulevard. Plus area shopping and neighborhood basics are covered.

Middle Village, NY: Queens Neighborhood Profile
Community profile of Middle Village, a working class neighborhood in Queens, New York.

How to Find Recent Sales of NYC Real Estate
Recent sales data for New York City real estate has never been easier for home hunters to access. There's quality, timely real estate data out there on the web both for free and for a price. Yes, there's even recent sales data for co-ops in New York City.

Colleges in Queens, New York
There's no need to leave Queens for your college education. Thousands of students everyday pursue degrees in campuses across Queens.

St. Albans in Queens, New York - Neighborhood Profile
St. Albans is a middle-class neighborhood in southeastern Queens, New York. The neighborhood is famous for the jazz legends who lived in its ritzy enclave Addisleigh Park. These days St. Albans is home to middle-class African Americans and growing numbers of Caribbean immigrants and Caribbean-Americans.

Neighborhood Profile of Hunters Point in Queens
Profile of Hunters Point, a rapidly gentrifying, still industrial neighborhood in Long Island City, the western-most part of Queens, a borough of New York City.

Outdoor Restaurants in Astoria, Queens
There are some great backyard spaces in Astoria and Long Island City restaurants. Enjoy the backyards, gardens, and patios of Astoria and Long Island City restaurants.

Memorial Day Parades in Queens Including Little Neck
Memorial Day Weekend in Queens: Memorial Day Parades and Activities in Queens, New York

Who is the Queen of Corona?
Who is the Queen of Corona? Queens, NY.

Flushing Meadows Corona Park Festivals and Events
Flushing Meadows Corona Park hosts the biggest festivals and events in Queens, New York. Use this calendar to plan attending these Flushing Meadows festivals.

Queens (NY) Restaurants for Restaurant Week 2010 (A-L)
Restaurants in Queens Restaurant Week 2010 - Alphabetical listing

Top Lunch Spots Near PS 1 in Long Island City
Here are some popular neighborhood spots favored by Long Island City locals, all good for refueling after feasting your eyes (and ears) at PS 1's contemporary art exhibits.

A Tour of Jackson Heights, A South Asian Neighborhood
A walking tour of Jackson Heights's restaurants, shops, and sights. The neighborhood is a center of the Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi of Queens and all of NYC.

A Tour of Jackson Heights: The Jackson Diner
The Jackson Diner in Jackson Heights, Queens, has become a New York institution over the past ten years, not for diner food but for great Indian cooking. Page 2.

A Tour of Jackson Heights: Shaheen Sweets and Cuisine
Shaheen's Sweets and Cuisine is another landmark in Jackson Heights, but one little known outside the immigrant community. You can eat lunch or dinner here, but it is best known for its Indian sweets. Page 3.

A Tour of Jackson Heights: Bollywood in Queens
Jackson Heights is a great neighborhood for stocking up on Bollywood films and music. Page 4.

A Tour of Jackson Heights: Shopping
Jackson Heights is the perfect place to find Indian goods, from sitars to Bollywood DVDs, and from saris to subcontinent newspapers. Page 5.

Top 7 Reasons to Live in Astoria, Queens
Astoria, a neighborhood in Queens, is one of the best places to live in New York City. Here are a few reasons why.

Tours of Queens, New York for Visitors
Queens is off-the-beaten-path New York, and a tremendous place to explore. These guided and do-it-yourself tour options will let you get a good taste of the borough.

Best Breakfasts in Queens, NY
The best places for breakfast in Queens, New York. Covers classic diners, bagel shops, and even a spot for a doas (Indian breakfast snack).

July Events and Activities in Queens
July, listing the top events happening in Queens, New York.

Music and Concerts in the Parks of Queens, New York
Every summer the parks, playgrounds, and playing fields of Queens, New York, are filled with the sounds of music. Or at least they are blessed with some live music events. Even better for your pocketbook, many of the summer concerts in Queens are free! For specific dates and times, follow the links provided.

Neighborhood Profile of Briarwood, Queens, New York
Briarwood is known by some as the

Maspeth: Queens Neighborhood Profile
Maspeth, New York, is a busy blue-collar neighborhood on the westernmost high ground of Queens, a borough of New York City.

Jackson Heights - Queens Neighborhood Profile
Jackson Heights, New York, is a bustling neighborhood in Queens, a borough of New York City. Jackson Heights garden co-op apartment buildings are famous, and so is its diversity of people from around the world and their cooking.

Gay Bars in Queens and Jackson Heights
The gay bar scene in Queens, New York, is centered around Jackson Heights.

Cultural and Arts Organizations in Queens, NY
Many non-profit organizations support the arts in Queens. Check out their websites for local concerts, art shows, community events, workshops, and classes.

Parks and Green Spaces in Queens, NY
Public parks in Queens, New York, have it all from hiking and bird-watching in Jamaica Bay to strolling the grounds of the World's Fair in Flushing Meadows Park and bowling cricket in Kissena Park. Go enjoy the day outdoors in Queens.

Top 10 Queens Attractions and Landmarks
When it comes to tourism, Queens is not Manhattan. It's not even Brooklyn. But more and more people are visiting our borough and realizing what a great destination it is. There's history, culture, views, and food without the crowds or prices of Manhattan. Here are my top favorite places in Queens to bring visitors.

Flushing, Queens, Photos: Multi-Family Homes and Apartment Buildings
Flushing housing is mostly by multi-family homes and apartment buildings. This photo depicts both.

Queens Botanical Gardens - Photos of Flushing, Queens
The Queens Botanical Garden is an oasis, secluded just blocks from the hurly burly of Flushing Main Street, and its 39 beautiful acres are free to visitors.

Photos of Flushing, Queens - Flushing Town Hall
Flushing Town Hall isn't a town hall, but the premier venue for music and arts in northern Queens. It's housed in a beautiful Victorian-era building.

Queens College in Flushing, New York
Queens College is one of the most prominent and highly-regarded CUNY (City University of New York) institutions.

Things to Do in Queens, August 6-12
Things to Do in Queens, August 6-12

Things to Do in Queens, August 1-5
Things to Do in Queens, August 1-5

Things to Do in Queens, August 14-19
Things to Do in Queens, August 14-19. Page 2.

Things to Do in Queens, August 14-19
Things to Do in Queens, August 14-19

Eating Out: Guide to Restaurants and Dining in Queens, NY
Queens has some of the best eating in the whole world, mostly because the world has come to Queens. Immigrants have brought the best of the world's cooking to our borough. You can find great places for take-out, fancy restaurants with views of Manhattan, and everything in between. Check out these restaurant reviews and more.

Flushing, Queens - Info on Flushing, a Pulsing Center of Queens, NY
Flushing is the biggest urban center in Queens, and home of the largest Chinatown in New York City. Learn about its real estate, history, and restaurants through these articles and photographs.

Mets Shea Stadium Guide
Shea Stadium is the home of Mets baseball. This guide to Shea Stadium gives details on parking, directions, tailgating, and more to do while you're enjoying New York Mets baseball.

Bayside, Queens, New York - Neighborhood Profile
Bayside, a neighborhood in northeastern Queens, is a commuter suburb with big city feet. When walking down Bell Boulevard, Bayside's crowded main thoroughfare, it's hard to believe that just one block away are wide, green streets and one-family homes.

Interviews with Movers and Shakers
From civic leaders to restaurateurs, interview with the people who make Queens, N.Y., the most dynamic of New York City boroughs.

Neighborhood Profile of Ridgewood Queens, New York
Profile of Ridgewood, a blue-collar neighborhood in Queens, on the Brooklyn border, in New York City.

2015 Lunar (Chinese) New Year in Flushing, NY
Lunar New Year (Chinese New Year) Celebrations in Flushing, Queens, NY, celebrating the Year of the Sheep - 2015.

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Queens Taste 2016 Comes to New York Hall of Science May 3
Queens Taste brings together Chinese, Cuban, Georgian, Greek, Italian, Jamaican, Korean, Mexican, Peruvian, Thai,and Venezuelan all under one roof.

Queens International Night Market to Open on Saturday
The Queens International Night Market reopens this Saturday with delicacies from Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Guatemala, Haiti, and Hong Kong.

The Kupferberg Holocaust Center Hosts a Freedom Seder on Sunday
The annual Freedom Seder at the Harriet and Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center and Archives honors Holocaust survivors by recreating a Seder that was held in a displaced persons camp in Munich, Germany.

Getting Around Queens, NY: Map and Transportation Resources
Find out how to navigate the streets, subways, airports, and other thoroughfares of Queens, New York. This page includes links to some of the best maps of Queens.

Commuting and Travelling by Bus, Train, & Subway in Queens, NY
Here are resources to make your commute easier and to find your way around Queens by subway, train, and bus.

Things To Do in Queens - Events, Arts, and Entertainment
Queens, NY, has a rich cultural and entertainment venues. Check here for events and activities to spend your days and nights, for the family fun and for your fill of art and movies.

7 Quest7 Questions: Queens Borough Historian Jack Eichenbaumions: Queens Borough Historian Jack Eichenbaum
An interview with Queens Borough Historian Dr. Jack Eichenbuam

Upcoming Queens Museum Expo Presents Punk Rock’s Progenitors
Hey! Ho! Let’s Go: Ramones and the Birth of Punk opens at The Queens Museum this Sunday.

New York Mets and Citi Field Gear Up For 2016 Season
The New York Mets open their season on Friday April 8, and will unveil several new features at Citi Field

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Sherlock Holmes to Fight Crime in Queens all weekend
Sherlock Holmes and Julius Caesar come to Queens this weekend in performances a The Queens Theatre.

Queens World Film Festival Screens Almost 100 Movies in Six Days
With almost 100 movies to choose from The Queens World Film Festival includes films from international auteurs and local talent.

Richmond Hill Turns Many Colors during Phagwah Parade on Saturday
Richmond Hill, Queens, will be splashed with color in the forms of brightly colored powders and dyes as the annual Phagwah parade and celebration takes place this Saturday.

Aqueduct Horse Racing Track in Queens, New York
Aqueduct Racetrack is a horse racing track in South Ozone Park, New York, in the borough of Queens, where thoroughbreds race from October to May.

Thanksgiving Dinner in Queens, New York - Restaurants
Thanksgiving Day is all about the turkey dinner, and in Queens there are plenty of restaurants where you can enjoy the meal.

Popular Irish Pubs and Bars in Queens, New York
Irish pubs and bars are a staple in Queens, New York. Find ten of the most popular in this round-up of Irish pubs in Queens.

Thanksgiving Takeout in Queens New York
List of Queens restaurants and markets catering a takeout Thanksgiving dinner.

Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden: An Urban Oasis and Beer Garden in Astoria, Queens
Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden in Astoria, Queens, is unique: a lovely neighborhood park, watering hole, and family restaurant. The garden is large and full of trees and picnic tables filled with folks sipping cold beer and tackling plates of hearty Czech cuisine. The atmosphere is casual and authentic (often with folk music). The Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden is one of the best places to visit in Queens.

Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa Events in Queens, NY
Christmas tree lightings and more - come celebrate the holiday season with your neighbors in Queens. Festivities for Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa are held all over the borough.

Fourth of July Events in Queens, New York
Fourth of July guide to fireworks and festivities in Queens, New York.

Santa Claus in Bay Terrace, Queens Center Malls, Queens
Places your family can see Santa Claus this Christmas season in Queens, NY.

Long Island City: Neighborhoods and History
Long Island City in western Queens has emerged as one of the most interesting areas in New York City. It has the arts, quick access to Manhattan, and more and more residential opportunities appearing amongst its many industries. Learn about Long Island City and its history and neighborhoods.

Neighborhoods of Long Island City, Queens
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Eating in Astoria, Queens - List of Recommendations
Restaurants, cafes, bakeries, and markets that capture the neighborhood vibe, more casual and cheaper than Manhattan, with more traditional ethnic foods.

Reviews: Restaurants & Bars in Forest Hills, Queens, NY
Forest Hills is thick with restaurants, especially on Austin Street. The range and quality of restaurants in Forest Hills is among the best in the borough of Queens, New York.

Long Island City History
The history of Long Island City is the history of its change. The two most important themes are: 1)its location and history have separated it from the rest of Queens, linking it strongly to Broooklyn, and 2) its history and current development are tied to transportation resources. Page 3.

The Unisphere of Flushing Meadows Park, NY
The Unisphere is a beautiful, giant steel globe that sits in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, New York. The Unisphere is a famous sight in central Queens and is visible to drivers on the LIE, the Grand Central, and Van Wyck, as well as to airline passengers arriving and departing from LaGuardia and JFK.

When Are Garbage and Recycling Collected in Queens, NY?
What Days Are Garbage and Recycling Collected in Queens, NY? When will my garbage be removed? Learn how to determine the days for trash and recycling pickup in your neighborhood of Queens, New York.

Moving Image Museum Visitors Guide - Astoria, Queens
The Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens, celebrates the history, technology, and art of movies. It is a great museum for the whole family with a balance of hands-on activities and information. The Museum of the Moving Image houses the largest repository of moving images in the country, and shows classic films at its theater.

Photos of Briarwood, NY: Queens Neighborhood Photos
Photo of a single-family ranch-style home in Briarwood, Queens, one in series of neighborhood photos.

Photos of Jackson Heights Historic District
Jackson Heights started in the 1920s as a planned community of novel cooperative apartment buildings, designed to let in plenty of light and air, and often with a private, interior garden. Enjoy these photos of Jackson Heights Historic District.

English Garden Homes in Jackson Heights, Queens
In addition to Jackson Heights' cooperative apartment buildings, the Queensboro Corporation built two- and one-family homes called English Garden Homes. Pictured is a two-family, attached English Garden Home called a

English Garden Home in Jackson Heights - Photo of One-Family English Garden Home
Photo of an English Garden Home in Jackson Heights, a beautiful example of the one-family homes in the Jackson Heights Historic District.

Maspeth, New York, Photos - Neighborhood Photos
The neighborhood of Maspeth, New York, is in western Queens, a borough of New York City. Enjoy these photos to get a sense of the neighborhood.

Photos of Maspeth, Queens, New York: Glendale Bake Shop
The neighborhood of Maspeth, New York, is in western Queens, a borough of New York City. This photo is of Glendale Bake Shop on Grand Avenue.

Photos of Maspeth, Queens, New York: Heart of Maspeth at Grand Avenue and 69th Street
The neighborhood of Maspeth, New York, is in western Queens, a borough of New York City. This photo is of the intersection at Grand Avenue and 69th Street.

Photos of Maspeth, Queens, New York: Single-Famly Homes
The neighborhood of Maspeth, New York, is in western Queens, a borough of New York City. This photo is of a typical residential street scene, showing several types of single-family and two-family homes.

Photos of Maspeth, Queens, New York: Mt. Olivet Cemetery
The neighborhood of Maspeth, New York, is in western Queens, a borough of New York City. This photo is of the view from Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

Hunters Point, Long Island City Photos - Pepsi Sign
Photo tour of Hunters Point, a neighborhood in Long Island City, Queens, New York.

NYC Marathon in Long Island City
Photo of the lead women's group of runngers at the 2004 NYC Marathon, as they race through Long Island City.

Lounge 47 in Long Island City: Backyard Garden Photo
Lounge 47, stylish bar, pub, lounge with backyard garden in Long Island City, NY.

The Long Island City Pepsi Sign
Photo of famed Pepsi Sign in Long Island City.

Hunters Point Brownstones: Neighborhood Photos of Hutners Point, NY
Photo of red-brick brownstones in the Hunters Point historic district.

Photos of Briarwood, NY: Queens Neighborhood Photos
Photo of a single-family ranch-style home in Briarwood, Queens, one in series of neighborhood photos.

Photos of Briarwood, NY: Queens Neighborhood Photos
Photo of a single-family ranch-style home in Briarwood, Queens, one in series of neighborhood photos.

Photos of Briarwood, NY: Queens Neighborhood Photos
Photo of a single-family ranch-style home in Briarwood, Queens, one in series of neighborhood photos.

Photos of Briarwood, NY: Queens Neighborhood Photos
Photo of a single-family ranch-style home in Briarwood, Queens, one in series of neighborhood photos.

Photos of Briarwood, NY: Queens Neighborhood Photos
Photo of a picture-perfect home in Briarwood.

Photos of Briarwood, NY: Queens Neighborhood Photos
Photo of a large apartment building in Briarwood

Hampton Court Garden Co-op - Photo of Private Co-op Garden in Jackson Heights, New York
Hampton Court Co-op's interior, private garden is one of the best in Jackson Heights Historic District.

In Hampton Court's Private Garden - Historic District of Jackson Heights, Queens
Another photo of Hampton Court's private garden in the Historic District of Jackson Heights, Queens

The Towers in Jackson Heights, Queens - Photo of The Towers Private Garden
The Towers is one of Jackson Heights most renowned garden cooperative apartment buildings. Built in 1924, The Towers' private, interior garden covers almost twice the space of the actual co-op buildings. It's located from 80th to 81st Street, between Northern Boulevard and 34th Avenue in Jackson Heights, Queens.

Hunters Point Neighborhood Photos: Apartment Building
Photo of an apartment building in Hunters Point, Long Island City, Queens, New York.

Hunters Point Neighborhood Photos: Storefronts
Photos of typical storefronts in Hunters Point, Long Island City.

Fun Summer Activities in Queens, NY
Get on out in the sun, and live it up this summer in Queens, New York. There are a million and one things going on -- concerts, parties, cool places to hang, and even the circus is coming to town. These are my top choices for summer fun in the borough of Queens. Don't miss them: summer is too short and the cold will return too soon.

Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria
The Museum of the Moving Image is one of the best small museums in New York City.

Museum for African Art
The only museum dedicated to African art in New York City, the Museum for African Art is wonderful for its exhibits of contemporary African art and performances. Located in Sunnyside, Long Island City

Warm Up at PS 1 - Warm Up 2014 Party and Dance at PS 1 in Long Island City Queens
PS 1's Warm Up party lets New Yorkers beat the heat every Saturday afternoon in July and August, by rocking out in Long Island City. The dance party in the museum's courtyard is a highlight of the New York summer.

Museums and Art Galleries in Long Island City, Queens
5 Pointz is a living collage of graffiti art covering a converted warehouse full of artist studios in Long Island City.

Sculpture Center in Long Island City - Sculpture Center Directions and Visitors Guide
Sculpture Center in Long Island City is a small, experimental space, showcasing emerging and well-known contemporary sculptors.

Noguchi Museum in Long Island City
The Noguchi Museum in Long Island City is home to the art of Isamu Noguchi, a prominent modern art sculptor, renowned for stone work.

Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City - Socrates Sculpture Park Directions and Guide
Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City hosts outdoor sculpture by contemporary artists and puts on community events. The events make the area come alive.

Fisher Landau Center for Art in Long Island City
The Fisher Landau Center for Art in Long Island City houses a private collection of contemporary art work, from 1960 to present day.

Can I Play Tennis at the US Open in Flushing Meadows?
Playing tennis on the blue courts of the US Open is a lot easier than you might imagine.

Restaurants Near the US Open in Queens
Eating at the US Open is convenient but too expensive. Check these top 10 picks for an easy dinner or brunch in Queens on your way to the US Open. These ten restaurants are on the #7 subway or the LIRR Port Washington line, all on an easy path to the US Open.

10 Tips for Your Day at the US Open in Flushing Meadows
Make your day at the US Open more fun by following these simple tips.

Dorsky Gallery in Long Island City
Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Program in Long Island City is an exhibition space, run by a non-profit arts organization dedicated to giving independent curators a place to exhibit contemproary art.

Long Island City Art Tour - Museums and Galleries
Tour of the art scene in Long Island City, the highest concentration of art in New York City, outside of Manhattan.

Bayside Photos: Ranch-Style Home
Photo of a ranch-style house in Bayside, New York.

Photos of Briarwood, NY: Queens Neighborhood Photos
These photos show the mix of housing styles in Briarwood, a neighborhood in Queens, NY. There are large

The Shops at Atlas Park, Glendale, Queens - Profile
Atlas Park, an unusual mall for Queens, opened April 2006 in Glendale, near the Queens neighborhoods of Middle Village and Forest Hills.

Jazz Mural in St. Albans - Jazz Musicians and Famous Residents of St. Albans
St. Albans was home to many famed jazz musicans who are depicted on a Linden Boulevard mural.

Bayside Photos: McMansion in Bayside, Queens
Photo of a

Bayside Photos: Multi-Family Home
Photo of a multi-family home in Bayside, New York.

Bayside Photos: Apartment Building at Bay Terrace
Photo of an apartment building in the Bay Terrace area of Bayside, New York.

Bayside Photos: Bayside Historical Society in Fort Totten
Photo of the Bayside Historical Society building in Fort Totten, located in Bayside, New York.

Addisleigh Park - Three-Story House, Saint Albans
Addisleigh Park - Three-Story House

Bayside Photos: 1950s-Style Car and Home
Photo of a blast from the past in Bayside, New York.

Addisleigh Park - Photos of Addisleigh Park in St. Albans, Queens, New York
Photos of Addisleigh Park's beautiful Tudor homes. Addisleigh Park is a small section of the St. Albans neigborhood in southeastern Queens, New York.

Addisleigh Park House
Addisleigh Park House. Queens, NY.

Row of Homes in Addisleigh Park, St. Albans, Queens
Row of Homes in Addisleigh Park. Queens, NY.

Photo of Two-Family Home in Addisleigh Park, St. Albans, New York
Two-Family Home in Addisleigh Park, St. Albans, New York

Bayside Photos: Neighborhood Photographs of Bayside, New York
Photographs of homes and buildings in Bayside, a neighborhood in northeastern Queens, New York.

Restaurant Week in Queens 2013 - Bayside, Flushing, Forest Hills, and More Neighborhoods
Restaurants in Bayside, Flushing, Forest Hills, Kew Gardens, Rego Park, Glendale, and more neighborhoods in Queens that are part of Restaurant Week in Queens 2013. Page 2.

Romantic Restaurants on Valentine's Day in Queens, NY
On Valentine's Day treat your honey to dinner or a night out at one of these five romantic spots in Queens, New York.

Restaurant Week in Queens, NY
Restaurant Week in Queens, New York - September 30-October 3 and October 7-October 10, 2013. Enjoy dinner specials at participating restaurants throughout Queens.

Restaurants Near St. John's University
The restaurant scene near St. John's University (Queens campus) has been heading uphill for the last few years, with a number of quality restaurants adding to the neighborhood standbys. It used to astound me that surrounding a major university were such slim pickings for tasty grub. Luckily that has changed.

Gantry Plaza State Park in Long Island City, Queens
Gantry Plaza State Park, since 1998, has opened up the Queens waterfront in Long Island City. Its award-winning design has transformed former industrial space into a flourishing public park with tremendous views of Manhattan.

Colonial House in Addisleigh Park
Colonial House in Addisleigh Park

Cunningham Park
Cunningham Park is 358 acres of woods, paths, and playing fields stretched along busy roads in eastern Queens, New York. The park has no center, but is criss-crossed by highways and the roads that link the surrounding neighborhoods of Fresh Meadows, Jamaica Estates, Holliswood, Hollis Hills, and Oakland Gardens. Though there are forest trails, Cunningham Park is best known for its ball fields, playgrounds, and events, especially the Big Apple Circus.

Alley Pond Park
Alley Pond Park is the second largest park in Queens. The large park in far eastern Queens offers playgrounds, ballfields, ponds, picnic areas, and rundown bathrooms, but it is wonderfully wild too.

Brick Houses in Woodhaven, New York
Photo of brick houses in Woodhaven.

Famous Residents of Woodhaven
Famous residents of Woodhaven, including Fred Trump.

Elevated Subway Along Jamaica Avenue
Photo of the elevated subway tracks in Woodhaven, Queens.

Row Houses in Woodhaven
Photo of row houses in Woodhaven, Queens.

Floral Park - Queens, NY, Neighborhood Profile
Floral Park is a beautiful, leafy suburban Queens neighborhood that lives up to its name. The area, sometimes called North Floral Park, looks a lot like its Nassau County neighbors, Floral Park Village, Floral Park Centre, and North New Hyde Park.

Woodhaven, Queens - Neighborhood Tour
Explore Woodhaven, a neighborhood in Queens, New York, through these photos.

50 Cent's Southside Queens - a.k.a South Jamaica
Southside Queens is what hip-hop star and rapper 50 Cent calls his old neighborhood. It's more commonly known as South Jamaica, Southside Jamaica, or just Southside.

Long Island City - Afternoon in Long Island City
Long Island City in Queens has more and more options for a visitor to New York City to explore. So convenient to Midtown Manhattan you would kick yourself if you missed this dynamic outer-borough tourist experience where old meets new at the East River waterfront.

Mothers Day Brunch in Queens, New York
A few Mothers Day restaurant and outing choices for treating your mother in Queens, New York.

Directions to Jackson Heights by Mass Transit or Car
How to reach Jackson Heights by subway, bus, car, or train.

Private High Schools in Queens, New York
List of private, nondenominational, nonsectarian high schools in Queens, New York.

Neighborhood Map of Long Island City, Queens
Basic map of Long Island City, showing neighborhoods and some roads.

Best Bagels in Queens, New York: Two Great Bagel Shops
Two of the best bagel joints in Queens, NY.

Restaurants Along the 7 Subway - Eat Your Way Through Queens via the 7 Subway
The number 7 train runs above some of the best restaurants in the great borough of Queens, on its way from Manhattan, through Long Island City, Jackson Heights, and Corona, past Shea Stadium, and into Flushing. Sure, the 7 is slow and crowded. But what's the sense in complaining when this subway line will bring you down Roosevelt Avenue to curries hot enough to cook themselves for prices you can't beat in Manhattan.

Live Music in Astoria and Long Island City, Queens
Where to find live music all around Astoria and Long Island City. Good places to hear live music in Astoria and Long Island City are Waltz-Astoria, LIC Bar, Dominies Hoek, Astor Room, Queens Kickshaw, Shillelagh, The Quays, Hell Gate Social, and Frank Sinatra School for the Arts.

Best Italian Restaurants in Astoria, Queens, New York
Italian restaurants in Astoria? That’s no mistake. Italian influences are all over Astoria—from old-fashioned pastry shops and specialty pork stores to new avant-garde restaurants. Here's a sampling of five of the best Italian restaurants and eateries that will have your tummy singing the language of love.

Let's Eat - Restaurants in Queens
Queens New York is one of the best places in the world for excellent food at good prices. Check these restaurants for eating out in Queens.

All Restaurant Reviews for Queens, NY
Review all the About Queens restaurants reviews to find a great place to eat.

Explore the Neighborhoods of Queens
Take a tour of a neighborhood. Explore the rich eating, drinking, shopping, and culture in the local communities of Queens.

Neighborhoods and Local Communities in Queens
Neighborhoods are the heart of Queens where long-term residents feel great loyalty to their local communities. Though Queens is a borough of New York City, our neighborhoods can feel like small towns. Learn about the many different neighborhoods of Queens, NY.

Horse Racing and Betting in Queens, NY
Check out the ponies and thoroughbreds at Belmont and Aqueduct here in Queens, New York. Of course, if you can't make it to the races, there's always OTB.

Middle Village, Queens, New York
Middle Village is in western Queens, close to the border with Brooklyn. It is an residential neighborhood with a terrific local park, plus some of the best pizza in Queens. Enjoy all these articles on Middle Village.

Sports and Fitness in Queens, NY
Queens is home to a top major league baseball team, excellent college basketball, lots of local soccer and softball teams, horse racing, and possibly a million die-hard Jets fans who travel to Jersey to see their beloved Jets do battle. Plus there are parks, beaches, gyms, yoga, and more for keeping yourself in shape.

Your Tips About Queens Neighborhoods and Restaurants - Queens Residents on Queens, NY
Residents of Queens give their feedback and reviews about neighborhoods, restaurants, and more. This section is all your input into our crazy borough.

9/11 and Queens, New York
9/11 memorials and events in Queens, New York.

Weather and Environment Resources for Queens, New York
See the latest weather and other environmental information for Queens, New York.

Asian (Chinese, Indian, Japanese, and More) Restaurants in Queens, NY
Queens has some of the most varied and delicous cuisine in the world. The Asian tastes are some of the best. Check these reviews of Chinese, Indian, Japanese, and other dining options in Queens, NY.

Bars and Nightlife Guide for Queens, NY
Check out these bars, pubs, and beer gardens in Queens, New York.

Government and City Resources for Queens, NY
Queens is a borough of New York City, in New York State. Learn about Queens' local, state, and national representatives and about government and city services.

Health and health care resources in Queens
Health and health care resources in Queens

History of Queens, NY: Famous and Everyday People, Places, and Events
Learn about the history of Queens, NY, and the famous people who were born, grew up, lived, and died in the borough.

Communities, Organizations,Lifestyles, and Hobbies in Queens, New York
Find groups with similar interests, lifestyles, and hobbies in your community and across Queens.

Pizzerias and Italian Restaurants in Queens, NY
There are tons of pizzerias and Italian restaurants in Queens, NY. Here are reviews of some of the best -- from the super-fancy to the neighborhood pizza places.

Thai Restaurants in Queens, NY
Read reviews of tasty Thai Restaurants in Queens, New York.

Transit Strike Survival - Queens Edition - Commuting Tips and Strike News
Survive the NYC 2005 Transit Strike through these tips and news items focused on Queens and commuting from Queens to Manhattan.

Best and Worst of Queens, New York
Annual Best and Worst lists for Queens, New York.

Floral Park
Floral Park is a neighborhood at the far eastern tip of New York City. There are actually two neighborhoods -- one in Queens, another in Nassau. Learn more about Floral Park.

Cemeteries and Mausoleums in Queens, New York
Resources and articles on cemeteries and mausoleums in the New York City borough of Queens.

JCAL and Jamaica Flux: Workspaces & Windows 2007, Public Art in Jamaica, Queens
Jamaica Flux: Workspaces & Windows 2007, a public art event along Jamaica Avenue opened September 29, 2007. It ends November 17, 2007. Organized by the non-profit Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning (JCAL), Jamaica Flux: Workspaces & Windows 2007 follows the first Jamaica Flux held in 2004. This year's involves 25 artists and artist collectives creating 25 site-specific artworks along Jamaica Avenue and nearby streets, and plenty of interaction with the Jamaica, Queens, community.

Trading Post in King Manor Park - Jamaica Flux 2007
Artist Diane Meyer inside her installation Jamecos Trading Post, part of Jamaica Flux 2007. Page 10.

Portraits for Five Jamaican Bucks - Counter Culture Cash Performance at Jamaica Flux 2007
Artists Anna Stein and Athena Robles taking portraits on opening day of Jamaica Flux 2007. The artists give the portrait-sitters

Jamaica, Queens, Gets Its Own Currency - Jamaica Bucks and "Counter Culture Cash"
Photo gallery of Jamaica Flux: Workspaces & Windows 2007, a public art event along Jamaica Avenue. Organized by the non-profit Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, Jamaica Flux is the second large public arts show in downtown Jamaica in recent years. It involves 25 artists/artist collectives creating 25 site-specific artworks along Jamaica Avenue, and plenty of interaction with the Jamaica, Queens, community. Page 2.

Jamecos Trading Post in King Manor Park - Photos of Jamaica Flux
The installation Jamecos Trading Post in King Manor Park is set to function as a real trading post. The artist Diane Meyer hopes locals will bring in photos and personal items for trade and barter. Page 9.

Lishan Chang's "Time" - Photos of Jamaica Flux: Workspaces & Windows 2007
Lishan Chang's

Public Art at King Manor Park - Photos of Jamaica Flux: Workspaces & Windows 2007
Public Art at King Manor Park, part of Jamaica Flux: Workspaces & Windows 2007, a public art event along Jamaica Avenue. Organized by the non-profit Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, Jamaica Flux is the second large public arts show in downtown Jamaica in recent years. It involves 25 artists/artist collectives creating 25 site-specific artworks along Jamaica Avenue, and plenty of interaction with the Jamaica, Queens, community. Page 8.

Attached Houses in Sunnyside, Queens - Neighborhood Photos of Sunnyside - Queens New York
Attached Houses in Sunnyside, Queens. Photos of Sunnyside, Queens. Page 19.

Elevated 7 Subway Above Sunnyside
Elevated 7 Subway Above Sunnyside. Page 17.

Irish Newspapers at the Butcher's Block in Sunnyside - Neighborhood Photos of Sunnyside - Queens New York
The Butcher's Block in Sunnyside is a quality Irish market. Go to pick up a steak, a prepared meal, or your weekly supply of Irish butter. Page 13.

Parking Under the 7 Subway in Sunnyside
Parking Under the 7 Subway in Sunnyside. Page 16.

Queens Boulevard in Sunnyside, Queens
Queens Boulevard in Sunnyside, Queens. Page 15.

Nicole Vaidisova - US Open Photos
Nicole Vaidisova photo from the 2006 US Open in Flushing Meadows. Page 5.

Crowd Watches Agassi Warm-up During Another Match - US Open Photos
During another match at court #4, part of the crowd leans over the wall to watch Andre Agassi warm-up for what may be the last tennis match of his career. Page 4.

Arthur Ashe Stadium - US Open Photos
Photo of seats at Arhtur Ashe Stadium from the 2006 US Open in Flushing Meadows, Queens. Page 2.

Forest Hills Gardens - Photos of Landmarks and Famous Sights in Queens, New York
Photo of Forest Hills Gardens, in the New York City borough of Queens. Page 6.

P.S. 1 Art Museum - Photo of P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Museum in Queens, New York
Photo of P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Museaum, a famous landmark in the New York City borough of Queens. Page 8.

Silvercup Studios Sign - Photos of Landmarks and Famous Sights in Queens, New York
Photo of the famous Silvercup Studios sign in Long Island City, Queens. Page 2.

Unisphere and the Rocket Thrower in Flushing Meadows Park - Photos of Landmarks in Queens, New York
Photos of the famous Unisphere and the Rocket Thrower Statue, both from the 1964-65 World's Fair, held in Flushinh Meadows Park in the New York City borough of Queens.

Art Deco Entrance - Neighborhood Photos of Sunnyside - Queens New York
Photos don't even do Sunnyside justice, but until you visit yourself, get to know Sunnyside through these photos and images of the neighborhood. Page 7.

Art Deco Building in Sunnyside, Queens
Art Deco Building in Sunnyside, Queens. Page 11.

Baruir's Coffee Store - Neighborhood Photos of Sunnyside - Queens New York
Baruir's Coffee should be a landmark on any coffee aficionado's map of New York City. A coffee roaster and Armenian market, Baruir's serves coffee, but isn't a coffee shop for hanging out. Page 8.

View of Empire State Building from Sunnyside
View of Empire State Building from Sunnyside. Page 9.

Gaslight Pub in Sunnyside - Neighborhood Photos of Sunnyside - Queens New York
The Gaslight Pub in Sunnyside is an Irish pub with a neat outdoor garden in the back. The pub is pretty laid-back, and the garden has a smoking section. Page 12.

Queens Boulevard and the 7 Subway - Neighborhood Photos of Sunnyside - Queens New York
The #7 subway rides high above Queens Boulevard in Sunnyside. Page 3.

Sugar Room - Neighborhood Photos of Sunnyside - Queens New York
Sugar Room is Juan Arache's cake-decoration school and cake design studio, as well as his speciality cake store. In his double store front, Arache holds his classes and makes award-winning cakes. He's supplied the Kennedy Family, Madonna, and Oprah, among other celebrities. Page 10.

La Quinta Inn in Sunnyside - Neighborhood Photos of Sunnyside - Queens New York
La Quinta Inn is a budget-conscious motel on the western edge of Sunnyside. It's a few minutes walk to the #7 subway, making for an easy tourist trip to Manhattan. Page 14.

The Moth StorySLAM Returns to Flushing Monday
The Moth StorySlam returns to Flushing Town Hall Monday, November 30.

It’s in Queens Spotlight: Holiday Historic House Tour, Dec. 6
Explore 7 historic Queens landmarks in Flushing and Corona decked out in holiday finery Dec. 6

Qualifying Tournament for the US Open Tennis Championships
The US Open Qualifying Tournament is a fun way to enjoy the US Open without paying US Open prices. Page 3.

Family Event at Arthur Ashe Kids' Day
Arthur Ashe Kids'Day — the U.S. Open's great pre-tournament celebration for families — is free to enter. Some events require tickets. Page 4.

It’s in Queens Spotlight: Holiday Historic House Tour, Dec. 6
Explore 7 historic Queens landmarks in Flushing and Corona decked out in holiday finery Dec. 6. Page 2.

Tour of Flushing and Chinatown in Queens, New York
Flushing Chinatown in Queens, New York: A Neighborhood Tour. Explore Flushing, the largest urban area in Queens, and the second largest Chinatown in New York City. There are great restaurants, street food, shopping, and more in Downtown Flushing. Find directions for getting to Flushing and parking information.

Shopping in Downtown Flushing, Queens
Shopping in the Downtown of Flushing, Queens. Check out the Flushing Mall and many other shops in vibrant Flushing Chinatown. Page 2.

Eating Out in Flushing Chinatown
Eating Out in Flushing Chinatown. Page 3.

Hanging Out in Downtown Flushing: Bubble Tea and Bakeries
Hanging Out in Downtown Flushing: Bubble Tea and Bakeries. Page 4.

Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, New York
Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, New York, is a great park to check out for its many sports and destinations, including a zoo and the former grounds of the 1964-65 World's Fair and the 1939-40 World's Fair.

Walking Tour of Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, New York
Take a walking tour of Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, New York. Page 2.

Activities at Flushing Meadows Corona Park - Page 3 of 4
Check out the activities going on at Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, New York. Page 3.

How to Get to Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens
How to get to Flushing Meadows Park in Queens, New York, with directions by subway, train, foot, bus, and car. Page 4.

US Open Tennis Championships 2014 - Visitors Guide
The US Open Tennis Championships are held every August and September in Flushing Meadows, Queens, New York. Check here for the US Open schedule, plus info for visitors on eating, weather, and venues.

Directions to the US Open Tennis Tournament
How to get to the US Open by subway, train, or car. Includes driving directions from the Grand Central and LIE. And directions for coming by the #7 subway or the LIRR to Willets Point/Shea Stadium. Page 2.

101 Things to Do in Queens, New York
Discover lots of things to do and see and taste in Queens, New York, the biggest borough!

Guide to the Borough of Queens, NY
Queens for residents and visitors from the About.com Guide to Queens, New York, one of the five boroughs of New York City. Learn about neighborhoods, restaurants, real estate, history, and local events, and find things to do and see.

PappaRich Brings Malaysia to Flushing’s One Fulton Square
The newly opened PappaRich Malaysian Delights in Flushing, Queens, is one of the most unique Malaysian eateries in New York City. Page 2.

PappaRich Brings Malaysia to Flushing’s One Fulton Square
The newly opened PappaRich Malaysian Delights in Flushing, Queens, is one of the most unique Malaysian eateries in New York City.

Jackson Heights - Articles and Photos of Jackson Heights, Queens
Jackson Heights in western Queens is famous for its garden apartment buildings and its diversity. Discover Jackson Heights' past and present in these articles and photos.

It's in Queens Spotlight: Celebrate St. Patrick's Day for Two Weeks
With parades in Sunnyside and Rockaway Beach this weekend plus performances in Bayside and Flushing, St. Patrick's Day in Queens lasts for two weeks.

ReelAbilities: The NY Disabilities Film Festival Comes to Queens
Rob MacKay is the director of public relations for the Queens Economic Development Corporation. He loves the borough's diversity, restaurants, cultural venues, public spaces, and most of all, people.

- By Category
An index of categories in the

Hackett Building in Long Island City
The Hackett Building, one of Long Island City's most distinctive and historic sites, was demolished in 2007 to be replaced by a condo. The Hackett Building was once the seat of Queens County government. Its triangular shape, reminiscent of the Flatiron, was a neighborhood landmark.

Easter in Queens - Celebrations and Easter Egg Hunts
Dates and venues for celebrating Easter in Queens, New York, and for hunting Easter eggs in Queens.

Douglas Manor dock and beach on Little Neck Bay
The Douglas Manor dock and beach on Little Neck Bay

Douglas Manor, Douglaston, Queens
Douglas Manor is a beautiful neighborhood of Douglaston, in the extreme northeast corner of Queens, New York.

Restaurants in Douglaston, Queens
Restaurants in Douglaston, Queens

Photos of Douglas Manor in Queens, New York
Douglas Manor is hilly and laid out in a curvy grid. This view shows Little Neck Bay and apartments in Bayside, Queens, across the water.

Houses in Douglas Manor
Douglas Manor was created with strict deed rules, but unlike in communities like Forest Hills Gardens, there was no restriction on architectural style.

Former Stables in Douglaston, Queens, NY
This beautiful house was once the stables for the Douglas estate.

Memorial Field in Douglas Manor, Queens
Memorial Field, with its playground, baseball diamond, and basketball courts, is cooperatively owned by the Doulgas Manor residents, along with the entire shoreline and the town dock.

Leaving Douglas Manor by the Back Road
Douglaston Parkway and Sandhill Road, known to locals as the Back Road.

Udall’s Cove Wildlife Preserve
Aurora Pond, Udall’s Cove Wildlife Preserve, on the Back Road in Douglas Manor, Queens.

Douglas Manor’s cooperatively owned shoreline
Douglas Manor’s cooperatively owned shoreline serves as a sort of promenade for residents. They can often be found walking around the point of the peninsula, taking in views of Little Neck Bay and the Throgs Neck Bridge.

Hawtree Creek in Howard Beach
Hawtree Creek in Howard Beach. Queens, NY.

Hamilton Beach
Hamilton Beach. Queens, NY.

House with columns
House with columns. Queens, NY.

Subway Bridge to the Rockaways
Subway Bridge to the Rockaways. Queens, NY.

A Park at the Beach in Howard Beach, New York
A Park at the Beach in Howard Beach, New York

Waterway Parallel to Cross Bay Boulevard
Waterway Parallel to Cross Bay Boulevard

Cross Bay Blvd, Howard Beach
Cross Bay Blvd, Howard Beach. Queens, NY.

Shore Parkway's Greenway Along Belt Parkway
Shore Parkway's Greenway Along Belt Parkway

Two Family Home in Lindenwood, Queens
Two-Family Home in Lindenwood, Queens

Lindenwood
Lindenwood. Queens, NY.

St. Helen's Church in Howard Beach, NY
St. Helen's Church in Howard Beach, NY

McMansion
McMansion. Queens, NY.

JFK AirTrain station in Howard Beach
JFK AirTrain station in Howard Beach

Old Howard Beach
Old Howard Beach. Queens, NY.

Howard Beach in Queens, New York
Howard Beach in Queens, New York. A photo tour of the Howard Beach neighborhood.

FDNY at Fort Totten
FDNY at Fort Totten. Queens, NY.

Stalactites
Stalactites. Queens, NY.

Tour of Fort Totten Park in Bayside, Queens, New York
Fort Totten in Bayside, Queens, is a former military base, and now a public park along with training facilities for the NYPD and FNDY. This tour of Fort Totten

Little Bay Park
Little Bay Park is adjacent to Fort Totten, in Bayside, Queens, just near the Throgs Neck Bridge.

Map of Fort Totten
Map of Fort Totten. Queens, NY.

Fort Totten Castle
Fort Totten's

Throgs Neck Bridge
Throgs Neck Bridge. Queens, NY.

Old Fort at Fort Totten
Old Fort at Fort Totten. Queens, NY.

Tunnel at Fort Totten
Tunnel at Fort Totten. Queens, NY.

Playing Fields at Fort Totten
Playing Fields at Fort Totten. Queens, NY.

AirTrain at JFK
AirTrain at JFK. Queens, NY. Page 5.

Planes and AirTrain at JFK Airport
Planes and AirTrain at JFK Airport. Page 6.

Beatles at JFK Airport
Beatles at JFK Airport. Queens, NY. Page 3.

Cabbies playing cricket at JFK Airport
Cabbies playing cricket at JFK Airport. Page 10.

Concorde
Concorde. Queens, NY. Page 4.

Delays at JFK Airport?
Delays at JFK Airport? Queens, NY. Page 2.

JFK Airport Security
JFK Airport Security. Queens, NY. Page 9.

JFK Airport Terminal 1
JFK Airport Terminal 1. Queens, NY. Page 13.