The Astoria Journal Trivia Team is back at it again. This time, engaging in youthful shenanigans and causing a ruckus while hosting trivia at Pyrros & Serres LLP in Astoria, Queens. Continue reading Astoria Trivia: Pyrros & Serres Edition
Attention NYC cookie lovers, enthusiasts, and connoisseurs… Tuesday, July 17th, officially marks the beginning of customer appreciation week at CHIP NYC. The popular cookie bakery will be giving away a free cookie for the first 50 purchases, every day, all week long at both locations (30-06 34 St., Astoria & Gansevoort Market, NYC). As a reward to loyal Chipsters, they brought back a few customer favorites! … Continue reading Chip NYC Customer Appreciation Week starts Tuesday 7/17
On Saturday, July 14 from 12 – 3 PM learn how to make your own kite with Juan Hinojosa, a mixed media artist who has been on the cover of the New York Times Arts & Leisure section. You can learn how to build and fly your own kite made out of recycled materials at Socrates Park at 32-01 Vernon Boulevard from 12-3pm. Participants are invited … Continue reading Let’s Go Fly a Kite with Juan Hinojosa!
Council Member Costa Constantinides of the 22nd NYC district council announced funding for immigration services for the fiscal year of 2019. Joined by representatives from Ansob Center for Immigrants and Refugees as well as the CUNY Citizenship Now! Program, the councilmember explained what the funding entails. The Ansob Center for Immigrants and Refugees received $70,000 of the budget to increase extensive immigration services. The center offers … Continue reading Astoria Councilman Announces Immigration Funding
Central Astoria LDC is proud to kick off the 2018 Waterfront Concert Series on Thursday, July 12 from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm at the Astoria Park Great Lawn. They’re bringing you back to the Disco days of yesterday, with a sure to get you moving performance by “Dancin’ Machine!”. This free concert is open to the public and no RSVP or tickets are required! Continue reading 2018 Waterfront Concert Series: Dancin’ Machine
Last week, our Astoria Journal Foodies Team stopped by Chip NYC to try their famous cookies and well let’s just say they’re absolutely worth getting your hand caught in the cookie jar. Even on a hot and humid summer day, the warmth and smell of the cookies at Chip were simply delightful as they were served fresh out of the oven. We ordered a batch of their … Continue reading Why Chip NYC is worth getting your hand caught in the cookie jar
The LIC / Astoria Journal News Team ventured to the Variety Boys & Girls Club to learn about the Variety Boys & Girls Club, tour the facility, engage in activities, and of course… play Astoria Trivia. Continue reading Astoria Trivia: Variety Boys & Girls Club Edition
Over 50 cookie ideas were submitted in the ‘Dream Cookie Contest’, organized by Chip NYC and The Variety Boys & Girls Club. The “Dream Cookie Contest” gave participants the chance to submit a cookie idea for the chance to have their cookie created, baked, and sold by Chip NYC! Chip’s philanthropic effort, “Chip in at Variety”, was organized to foster creativity, engagement, and support kids and … Continue reading 9-year-old Variety Boys & Girls Club Kid wins Chip NYC’s ‘Dream Cookie Contest’
If you missed Broadway in the Boros this past Friday at Kaufman Astoria Studios, we’ve got your back! Courtesy of the Mayor’s Office of Media & Entertainment, Astoria got to enjoy a free performance from the hit Broadway sensations “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” and “Once on This Island,” which won the 2018 Tony for Best Revival of a Musical.” Check out these photos from the fun … Continue reading Did you miss Broadway in the Boros? We’ve got photos.
Tired of just BBQ hopping from house to house every 4th of July? Here are some fun and cheap activities around Queens for all ages! 4th of July Market Night @ LIC Flea and Food Grab a bite and a drink right by the piers Biggest selection of food and flea vendors in Queens All-Queens Beer Garden Time: 2-11:30pm Location: 5-25 46th Avenue LIC, … Continue reading 5 Ways To Spend Independence Day in Queens