A robbery suspect who police said injured an NYPD officer in a hit-and-run in Queens last month is now in custody.
Some call them “chicken tenders,” while others prefer the terms “chicken fingers” or “chicken strips.” Whatever phrase you use, you’ll fall for the varied versions of battered, deep-fried, boneless chicken available at these five restaurants.
Police have been canvassing Astoria since Thursday night searching for the suspect.
A police officer was struck by a suspect’s truck in the middle of the intersection of Crescent Street and Broadway in front of a busy Astoria supermarket, according to witnesses.
Question: what’s better with bacon? Answer: everything. As New York’s love affair with bacon continues apace, restaurants continue to find unique ways of making this food even better. The five dishes described below represent our current favorites.
Despite its strides into the mainstream, street art still tends to be mostly a man’s game. These six artists are some of the best around, working in diverse styles and media, portraying a range of experiences and messages, pushing the boundaries of urban art in New York City. And they just happen to be women.
Some Egyptians in New York were none too sorry Wednesday to see President Mohammed Morsi removed from office.
Danielle Thomas was found dead on June 26, 2012. Her boyfriend Jason Bohn has been charged with first degree murder in her death.
A Queens man was arrested Wednesday for allegedly firing a lifelike weapon and handing it over to his toddler-age son. The man’s family, however, called it all an overreaction to toy guns.
Spring cleaning shouldn’t stop with the house. Read on for New York City’s best purveyors of housemade, artisanal soaps.
Christina Campos and Samatha Gonzalez were jumped by a mob of high school students in Astoria and the fight was all caught on video.
For this week’s Dine on Demand segment, TV 10-55′s Alex Denis visited Thirsty Koala on Ditmars Boulevard in Astoria.
Seven people were injured late Sunday afternoon when a fire broke out in an Astoria, Queens apartment building.
A teenage girl’s condition was reported as stable Sunday, after she was attacked with a brick in a Queens alleyway.
“This is a vicious attack – whether they knew each other or didn’t know each other,” Councilman Peter Vallone Jr. said. “There is no excuse for this. This guy is an animal. And luckily we have this videotape.”