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How to Break into Comedy in Queens


Liam McEneaney, a Queens comedian who has been featured on Comedy Central, VH1 and Showtime still lives in his childhood apartment in Rego Park, writing jokes and continuing his lifelong path to comedy stardom. It all began when he dropped out of Francis Lewis High School. After getting his GED, in comedic fashion, he then […]

LIC’s Experimental Food Truck Lot is a Gourmet Oasis

By Danielle McClure Grabbing a quick and tasty lunchtime bite just got a whole lot easier! Hungry Queens foodies no longer have to rely on random Midtown street corners or fight long lines at the Red Hook ball fields to satisfy yummy street eats cravings, thanks to the city’s first privately owned gourmet food truck […]

Ten Local Reasons To Brave The Winter Weather!

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by Audrey Dimola We know how easy it is to slip into sweet, sweet hibernation mode when you’re faced with freezing rain, apocalyptic snowfall, or just plain cold – but not this time! Here’s a few fun local reasons to see something besides your laptop, television screen, or apartment walls this winter, and maybe, just […]

Gustavo Rodriguez – A True Queens Creative

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“There’s this terrific untapped potential particularly in Western Queens,” Gustavo Rodriguez says, perched on a piano bench in a private room of the Gibson Guitar Showroom in NYC, which just so happens to be the former famous Hit Factory recording studio where Michael Jackson recorded Bad and Bruce Springsteen recorded Born in the USA, just […]

Galloping to Sanity in the City


Why ride the bus, when you can ride a horse By Heather Senison In the constant bustle of New York City, it can be hard for residents to find a serene place to clear their minds. Many take trips to the countryside upstate, to the beaches on Long Island, and to neighboring states – but […]

Supreme Sandwiches: Rating The Best ‘Wiches In The Borough


By Danielle McClure Everyone loves a sandwich, whether it’s grilled, pressed, piled high, or just a plain  PB&J. From India to Cuba to Italy, sandwiches cross every cultural divide, and in a borough as diverse and delicious as our fair Queens, there are more mouth-watering combinations of bread, meat and cheese than imaginable. We rated […]

The underground life of Astoria’s Saw Lady


World-famous busker Natalia Paruz doesn’t have to play in the city’s subway system any longer.  She just chooses to.  It’s so much more interesting down there, and the acoustics are way better. By NATHAN TEMPEY In the subway, through the clatter of trains and the murmur of announcements, you hear it before you see it. […]

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