Queens Restaurant Week -- actually two weeks -- launches Monday and lasts until Halloween, and it offers eaters the opportunity to get better acquainted with this vast and super-diverse borough. (And at Queens prices -- prix fixe lunches will run you $14, dinners a mere $28.) Nearly 100 restaurants ... More >>
We feasted ourselves into joyous oblivion at Choice Eats on Tuesday night, when more than 80 restaurants from around the city met under one roof at Basketball City. Photographer Daniel Krieger captured the bacchanal bite by bite. Have a look at his photos.
Apparently somebody couldn't find a sitter...A Queens man was arrested early Tuesday morning after he allegedly went on a crystal meth-fueled burglary spree. Like any good parent, he brought his 3-year-old daughter along for what essentially boils down to an (alleged) criminal's version of "bring yo ... More >>
At the second annual Tasting Brooklyn, taking place at the Dumbo Loft on April 3, you can try the cooking of over 25 Brooklyn food venders like Little Neck, Arancini Bros, and Fornino Park Slope. Doors open for general admission at 6:30 p.m. and tickets are $50. Witness the butchering of a whole p ... More >>
Odin himself might have had a hard time predicting Dan Halloran’s strange career on New York’s City Council
A different, much less sinister Buddhist monk. A 60-year-old Korean immigrant has accused a Buddhist monk and his family of enslaving her and holding her captive for 12 years against her will. Oak-Jin Oh says she was placed with the Choi family by an employment agency in South Korea and smugg ... More >>
We thought this "oldest trick in the book" sort of con only happened in movies with smooth-talking snake-oil preachers and gullible townsfolk, but clearly, we were the gullible ones here! According to ABC, three wayward church-goers implemented a bingo scam in Jackson Heights that netted them ... More >>
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