The Fragrance of the Moon Night fundraiser for FTH returns with special guests from the Danny DeGennaro Foundation in Pennsylvania. Enjoy a night of hard rock n’ roll, jazz, and pop music and celebrate the season of gratitude and appreciation with our hosts Dr. Hsing-Lih Chou and Ms. Joann Hsieh. Ages 21 and up.
The event is taking place on Sunday, November 4 at 6 p.m. Enjoy cocktails and 6 p.m. followed by a concert at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $30 Balcony/$70 Orchestra/$100 Box/$200 VIP (Call 718-463-7700 ext. 222 for VIP & Box Seats)
Here’s some good news for the drivers in Douglas Manor.
The Department of Transportation will be begin repaving a large number of roads in the area. This project, originally scheduled for March 2019, will begin this fall.
As you may know, these roads have been in bad shape for years.
Here’s a list of the streets that will be repaved:
- Beverly Road
- Grosvenor Street
- Warwick Avenue
- Richmond Road
- Knollwood Avenue
- Kenwood Road
- Bayview Road
- Douglas Road
The Whitestone House of the Week is a beautiful one family colonial.
The home features a living room with fireplace, eat-in-kitchen, 3/4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, office, den, and a full finished basement with a private entrance. There’s also a private driveway and garage.
The property is listed by Carollo Real Estate for $898,000.
Twenty-five public schools in northeast Queens will receive an infusion of funding, thanks to a new grant.
Assemblyman Ed Braunstein announced that each school in the 26th Assembly District, which goes from Whitestone to Bayside, will get $75,000 for new technology.
That means new computers, smart boards and security cameras.
Altogether, $1.875 million was directed to the district.
The new tech is much-needed, and will hopefully make an impact for local students.
The Bayside House of the Week is a beautifully renovated home that has been tastefully designed. The best part? There’s a water view!
The home is in a desirable location in Bayside. There are hardwood and stone floors. The spacious living room has a one of a kind wood-burning fireplace and there’s a gourmet kitchen. The two master bedrooms have en suite bathrooms.
The property is listed by Crifasi Real Estate for $2,390,000.
Join Inkhay and Río Mira for a mash-up of South American musical traditions at Flushing Town Hall this Friday night.
Río Mira’s cultural identity is rooted in the Pacific Coast of Ecuador and Colombia, with the marimba playing a unifying role in the ensemble’s sound. Inkhay celebrates the Indigenous music of Ecuador, Bolivia and Peru, with the woodwind instruments of the Andes Mountains.
Come and dance! Prior to the concert at 8 p.m., there will be a dance lesson starting at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $16 or $10 for Members & Students. Tickets are FREE for all teens. Purchase tickets here.
Check out the new 2019 Audi A8 L tomorrow night at their new site at 30-35 College Point Boulevard.
The grand opening will have music, food, and an open bar featuring cocktails, wine and beer.
To learn more, visit www.AudiQueens.com/GrandOpening.
On Sunday, thousands attended the Queens Botanical Garden’s annual Harvest Fest & Pumpkin Patch.
The afternoon was filled with activities, live music, a petting zoo, face painting, tours and more.
Visitors can still enjoy QGB’s Pumpkin Patch every weekend in October. For more information, visit their website here.
Check out this gallery of photos from the weekend’s event. Photo credit goes to Jess Brey!
This brick two-family home is Whitestone’s House of the Week.
The first floor features a two-bedroom apartment and the second floor features a three-bedroom apartment. The generous lot size is 30×100 and includes a private driveway and garage.The home is located conveniently near the highway, shopping centers and public transportation. It’s a must see!
This property is listed by Carollo Real Estate for $1,388,000. It was reduced from the original price of $1,450,000.
Former State Senator Frank Padavan passed away yesterday.
He represented neighborhoods in northeast Queens, including Flushing, Whitestone, Bayside and Queens Village, from 1973 to 2010.
He was succeeded by State Senator Tony Avella, who had this to say about Padavan:
Other Republican elected officials weighed in on Padavan’s contributions over decades to Queens and New York City at large.
Padavan was 83 years old.