Archive for: January, 2013

Top 15 Tech Companies


For years, manufacturing jobs have been leaving the city, and in many cases those grand spaces of a forgotten industrial age were replaced by luxury housing. For over a decade, that was the prediction for Long Island City, and while there has been considerable residential development, it has never completed dominated the neighborhood. Now, a […]

There’s Something Brewing in Queens


by Kathleen Lees From the outside, 19-33 37th Street looks like just another warehouse, but inside it’s producing the borough’s newest brew. Richard Buceta left the job security and comfort of an almost 20-year career in the advertising world to start SingleCut Beersmiths. It was December 2007 and Buceta was on a two-week Christmas vacation […]

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 […]

MLS Commissioner Don Garber


It’s Queens spoke with Major League Soccer Commissioner and Queens native Don Garber about the league’s vision for a pro soccer franchise and new stadium in the borough. Don Garber is no stranger to Queens. The commissioner of Major League Soccer was born and raised in Flushing, where his grandfather owned a store on Main […]

It’s Queens, Winter 2012


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