New York may be an urban paradise, but that doesn’t mean we are without spacious gardens of beer to kick back in Bavarian style. What’s better than cold beer on a hot day? Put your feet up at one of these beer gardens to celebrate the onset of summer.
Giants offensive lineman David Diehl vowed to take “full responsibility” after he was arraigned Monday on two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol.
Giants offensive lineman David Diehl was released following his court appearance, but has had his New York driving privileges revoked, prosecutors said.
At a time when gas prices typically rise, they are forecast to drop. “We saw the price of crude oil drop by $9 as of Monday, and that’s the highest one-week drop this year,” Robert Sinclair, Jr. of AAA said. “With it will come gasoline prices.”
Sanford’s has been a go to destination in Astoria for more than 75 years, it is a modern, upscale diner, known for their creative and delicious dishes.
The federal government is holding up the final approval for Kaufman Astoria Studios to build an architecturally flashy movie lot gate — a la Hollywood — at 36th Street and 35th Avenue in Astoria, Queens.
The incident occurred on April 20 at a Rite Aid on Steinway Street in Astoria
Do you want to help fight prescription drug abuse and the deadly consequences like the recent rash of pharmacy shootings? Well, Saturday was the day to do it. And all you had to do was check your medicine cabinet.
Mohammed Ibrahim Elbahi, consul general to the Sudanese mission in New York, said his wife is too traumatized to even show a picture of herself or her wound.
Mawahib Elbahi, whose husband is a diplomat at the Permanent Mission of the Republic of the Sudan at the United Nations, is in stable condition at Elmhurst Hospital.
The stunt took place around midnight on Sunday on the N train in Astoria. A video shows the Improv Everywhere performers bringing cots, comforters, pillows and sleeping masks aboard the train. They even brought pajamas, in case anybody wanted to change.
Police are looking for the husband of a 33-year-old woman found dead in her Astoria home.
Queens Councilman Peter Vallone got his hands dirty yesterday digging through a city garbage can on Astoria Boulevard to find out who illegally dumped household trash into the container.
New York has a law that protects good samaritans, but some elected officials say it doesn’t go far enough.
When a Queens auto shop owner decided to build his office 32 years ago, a large tree with sentimental value to his family stood in the way. But instead of cutting it down he found a way around it.