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Queens Night Market to Open for Fall Season Saturday With Ida Relief Fundraiser - Queens Post 09/16/2021

Queens Night Market to Open for Fall Season Saturday With Ida Relief Fundraiser - Queens Post

Vendors from a wide variety of countries will be selling food and beverages — everything from Taiwanese popcorn chicken to Romanian-Hungarian chimney cake. Vendors representing more than 90 countries have shared their delicacies at the Queens Night Market since it first debuted in 2015.

Queens Night Market to Open for Fall Season Saturday With Ida Relief Fundraiser - Queens Post Sept 16, 2021 By Allie Griffin The Queens Night Market will open for the fall season in Flushing Meadows Corona Park Saturday with a Hurricane Ida relief fundraiser. The organizer of the popular nighttime food festival will collect donations at the door during the season opener to support Queens flo...

Rally to Bring Attention to Asian Bias Attacks to be Held in Jackson Heights Tuesday | Jackson Heights Post 08/18/2021

Rally to Bring Attention to Asian Bias Attacks to be Held in Jackson Heights Tuesday | Jackson Heights Post

“The event, which is being organized by the National Alliance for Filipino Concerns, will take place at Diversity Plaza at 6 p.m. The rally is being held to denounce hate crimes against Asian Americans, and to encourage Asians to come forward when they are victims of such attacks.”

Rally to Bring Attention to Asian Bias Attacks to be Held in Jackson Heights Tuesday | Jackson Heights Post Aug. 17, 2021 By Ryan Songalia A rally will be held Tuesday evening in Jackson Heights for a Filipina nurse who was assaulted in an apparent bias attack

NYC Will Require Customers of Bars/Restaurants and Gyms to Provide Proof of Vaccination Starting Mid September - Queens Post 08/04/2021

NYC Will Require Customers of Bars/Restaurants and Gyms to Provide Proof of Vaccination Starting Mid September - Queens Post

The policy will be phased in starting the week of Aug. 16 and it will apply to both patrons and workers of those establishments, said Mayor Bill de Blasio at a press briefing this morning. The city will begin inspections and enforcement the week of Sept. 13.

NYC Will Require Customers of Bars/Restaurants and Gyms to Provide Proof of Vaccination Starting Mid September - Queens Post Aug. 3, 2021 By Christian Murray New York City will require people who enter restaurants, gyms and entertainment facilities to provide proof of vaccination—part of the mayor’s push to get the population vaccinated against COVID-19. The policy will be phased in starting the week of Aug. 16 and it...

Photos from Queens Night Market's post 07/30/2021

Check out the line up for tomorrow night at Queens Night Market

Queens Night Market returns to free entry starting this weekend – QNS.com 07/08/2021

Queens Night Market returns to free entry starting this weekend – QNS.com

On Wednesday, July 7, the market’s founder John Wang announced that the ticketing used to manage visitor capacity and waive vendor participation fees would be lifted starting Saturday, July 10. Back in June, the open-air market returned for its sixth season at reduced capacity for its first three weekends and required that patrons purchase tickets in advance or at the door.

Queens Night Market returns to free entry starting this weekend – QNS.com The Queens Night Market at Flushing Meadows Corona Park will once again be free and open to the public beginning this weekend.

Flushing Parks, Libraries and Schools to Receive Millions in Funding From New City Budget - Flushing Post 07/06/2021

Flushing Parks, Libraries and Schools to Receive Millions in Funding From New City Budget - Flushing Post

Council District 20, which covers Flushing, Queensboro Hill, Mitchell Linden and parts of Whitestone and Fresh Meadows, will receive a total of $39 million in funding from the city’s largest ever budget, Council Member Peter Koo announced Wednesday.

Flushing Parks, Libraries and Schools to Receive Millions in Funding From New City Budget - Flushing Post July 5, 2021 By Allie Griffin Funds have been allocated to upgrade a number of Flushing parks, libraries and schools from the city’s newly-passed Fiscal Year 2022 budget. Council District 20, which covers Flushing, Queensboro Hill, Mitchell Linden and parts of Whitestone and Fresh Meadows, will re...

The Queens Night Market Makes Its Long-Awaited Return to Flushing This Weekend 06/17/2021

The Queens Night Market Makes Its Long-Awaited Return to Flushing This Weekend

“After a year away from Flushing and a delayed start to its sixth season, the Queens Night Market makes its long-awaited comeback this weekend. The beloved outdoor food market, where nothing costs more than $6, is set to reopen on June 19 and will operate from 4 p.m. to midnight on Saturdays through October 30.”

The Queens Night Market Makes Its Long-Awaited Return to Flushing This Weekend Plus, Greenwich Village cocktail bar Dante heads to Aspen — and more intel

LIC Springs to Summer! | Long Island City Partnership 06/14/2021

LIC Springs to Summer! | Long Island City Partnership

LIC Springs to Summer starts today. Click the link for more info and to get your LIC Passport.

"As a part of the event, we are creating an LIC Passport to showcase everything LIC has to offer, not just today, but every day of the year. These passports will include all the events and promotions in the neighborhood that can be redeemed during the week-long program, ranging from intimate concerts to exclusive dinner deals! We will distribute the passports leading up to and during the week of the event through multiple pick-up locations in the neighborhood."
Long Island City Partnership KukuChicken
#LICSpringstoSummer #LICSprings #LIClocal

LIC Springs to Summer! | Long Island City Partnership Long Island City Partnership’s signature community celebration returns for its 8th annual year—but with a twist! This year LIC Springs to Summer! will be a series of events, promotions, and performances throughout Long Island City from your favorite LIC businesses …

Photos from KukuChicken's post 06/11/2021

KukuChicken, Korean Fried Chicken spot in L.I.C. has a new Promo Alert. Save $5 using code EATKUKU when ordering Kuku Chicken from Toasttab.
See their menu: https://bit.ly/34WE40A

LIC Springs to Summer! | Long Island City Partnership 06/10/2021

LIC Springs to Summer! | Long Island City Partnership

This year LIC Springs to Summer! will be a series of events, promotions, and performances throughout Long Island City from your favorite LIC businesses, organizations, and cultural institutions beginning Monday, June 14th and going through Sunday, June 20th.
Click the link for more info.

LIC Springs to Summer! | Long Island City Partnership Long Island City Partnership’s signature community celebration returns for its 8th annual year—but with a twist! This year LIC Springs to Summer! will be a series of events, promotions, and performances throughout Long Island City from your favorite LIC businesses …

Photos from Flushing Map's post 05/26/2021

Local entrepreneurs from Queens opened up the first Korean Fried Chicken joint in Long Island City. Kuku Chicken is now open and frying.
Check them out at: http://kukuchicken.com
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Insta: eatkukuchicken

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Queens Night Market to Return June 19 - Flushing Post 05/25/2021

Queens Night Market to Return June 19 - Flushing Post

“The culinary diversity of Queens will be on display when the Queens Night Market returns for its sixth season, beginning on June 19.”

Queens Night Market to Return June 19 - Flushing Post May 24, 2021 By Ryan Songalia The culinary diversity of Queens will be on display when the Queens Night Market returns for its sixth season, beginning on June 19. The weekly food festival, which was canceled last season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will be held each Saturday at Flushing Meadows Cor...

Meng Applauds House Passage of Her COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act That Aims to Combat Anti-Asian Hate - Queens Post 05/21/2021

Meng Applauds House Passage of Her COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act That Aims to Combat Anti-Asian Hate - Queens Post

“The bill, known as the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act, would simplify the reporting and review process pertaining to racially motivated crimes amid the pandemic.”

Meng Applauds House Passage of Her COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act That Aims to Combat Anti-Asian Hate - Queens Post May 20, 2021 By Ryan Songalia A bill aimed at combating anti-Asian hate crimes passed the House of Representatives on Tuesday with overwhelming support and now heads to the president’s desk to be signed into law. The bill, known as the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act, would simplify the reporting and rev...

First Phase of Willets Point Redevelopment Plan Gets Green Light from Queens Borough Board - Queens Post 05/13/2021

First Phase of Willets Point Redevelopment Plan Gets Green Light from Queens Borough Board - Queens Post

The Queens Borough Board voted to approve plans for the first phase of Willets Point’s redevelopment Monday evening – which would include construction of 1,100 affordable apartments, public open space and a new public elementary school on six acres of land.

First Phase of Willets Point Redevelopment Plan Gets Green Light from Queens Borough Board - Queens Post May 12, 2021 By Christina Santucci The Queens Borough Board voted to approve plans for the first phase of Willets Point’s redevelopment Monday evening – which would include construction of 1,100 affordable apartments, public open space and a new public elementary school on six acres of land. The...

05/11/2021

GISMO Presents On-Pointes
A monthly presen-chat-ation

Mapping and Reporting of Anti-Asian Hate-Related Incidents
Tuesday, May 25th, 2021
5:30 - 7:00 PM (ET)

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GISMO Presents On-Pointes
A monthly presen-chat-ation

Mapping and Reporting of Anti-Asian Hate-Related Incidents
Tuesday, May 25th, 2021
5:30 - 7:00 PM (ET)

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For the month of May, inspired by the NYPD Hate Crimes Dashboard and the recently released study by the Asian American Bar Association of New York, “A Rising Tide of Hate and Violence against Asian Americans in New York During COVID-19: Impact, Causes, Solutions,” GISMO will be hosting a panel discussion on data collection and classification, and how this might impact reporting leading to sound policy and solutions.

Confirmed Panelists:
Deputy Inspector Jessica E. Corey, Commanding Officer, Hate Crime Unit, New York City Police Department
Douglas Williamson, PhD, Executive Director, Analysis and Mapping Section, Office of Management Analysis and Planning, New York City Police Department
Chris Kwok, Board Director, Asian American Bar Association of New York
Karen Kithan Yau, Esq., Of Counsel, Kakalec Law, PLLC; Board Director, Asian American Bar Association of New York
John Choe, Professor at Queens College and Executive Director of the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce
Zoom Registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIkdOChrzMiGN3Rf80-9035C_DFLUSUsBdk

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Any questions or concerns, please contact Amy Jeu at [email protected].

'We Belong Here': Thousands Turnout in Flushing to Condemn Hate-Crimes Against Asians in NYC - Queens Post 05/03/2021

'We Belong Here': Thousands Turnout in Flushing to Condemn Hate-Crimes Against Asians in NYC - Queens Post

“New Yorkers come from all walks of life, from all over the world. Today we affirm the true values of our nation, as one that welcomes all colors, creeds and cultures,”

'We Belong Here': Thousands Turnout in Flushing to Condemn Hate-Crimes Against Asians in NYC - Queens Post May 3, 2021 By Christina Santucci A slew of elected officials were joined by thousands of supporters in downtown Flushing Sunday afternoon – in a show of solidarity against hatred and bias directed at Asian Americans. The event, called “We Belong Here: Queens Rises Against Hate March,” began w...

Queens Museum announces two new exhibits that explore social justice and healing after trauma – QNS.com 04/26/2021

Queens Museum announces two new exhibits that explore social justice and healing after trauma – QNS.com

The “Art as Social Action” exhibit utilizes creativity to connect and celebrate political change. The exhibit displays an interactive way for individuals to engage with concerns such as climate change, gentrification and struggles with togetherness.

Queens Museum announces two new exhibits that explore social justice and healing after trauma – QNS.com The Queens Museum in Flushing Meadows Corona Park has announced two new exhibits.

Ron Kim Endorses Two Candidates for the Flushing City Council Seat - Flushing Post 04/26/2021

Ron Kim Endorses Two Candidates for the Flushing City Council Seat - Flushing Post

“The progressive assembly member has endorsed John Choe, the executive director of the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce, and former Assembly member Ellen Young in the Democratic primary for District 20, which includes downtown Flushing, Murray Hill and Queensboro Hill.”

Ron Kim Endorses Two Candidates for the Flushing City Council Seat - Flushing Post April 26, 2021 By Ryan Songalia Assembly Member Ron Kim is endorsing two candidates for the Flushing city council seat currently represented by term-limited Peter Koo. The progressive assembly member has endorsed John Choe, the executive director of the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce, and form...

Event Celebrating Asian Americans to Take Place in Sunnyside Saturday | Sunnyside Post 04/02/2021

Event Celebrating Asian Americans to Take Place in Sunnyside Saturday | Sunnyside Post

“The celebration will take place on Saturday, April 3 at 1 p.m. at Bliss Plaza in Sunnyside, right below the 46th Street train stop on Queens Boulevard.

The event will feature cultural dances and performances.”

Event Celebrating Asian Americans to Take Place in Sunnyside Saturday | Sunnyside Post April 2, 2021 By Ryan Songalia Two city council candidates in the 26th district are teaming up to host a community event in Sunnyside this weekend that

Brutal NYC attack renews Asian American volunteers' efforts 04/01/2021

Brutal NYC attack renews Asian American volunteers' efforts

“In New York City, Teresa Ting, a 29-year-old Chinese American, started what has become the Main Street Patrol following an attack on another older Asian American woman in the Flushing neighborhood of Queens in February.
...

She wanted to do something more than posting messages on social media and was happily surprised when people showed up to volunteer. The group has since organized volunteers to go out in parts of Flushing, a heavily Asian neighborhood, on weekend afternoons.

Volunteers travel in groups of three, and have an app they use to communicate with each other. Ting, who wants to expand to offer a chaperone service, said she wanted people to know how to get involved and tactics they could use.”

Brutal NYC attack renews Asian American volunteers' efforts NEW YORK (AP) — Fed up with the incessant attacks on Asian Americans, Stan Lee recently started voluntarily patrolling San Francisco's Chinatown. So when the 53-year-old fire lieutenant saw a...

Northeast Queens to Get Long-Awaited Vaccination Site in Bayside - Flushing Post 03/24/2021

Northeast Queens to Get Long-Awaited Vaccination Site in Bayside - Flushing Post

“The long-awaited site will be located at the Korean Community Services Center, at 203-05 32nd Ave. in Bayside, and will be in operation seven days a week. Eligible New Yorkers will be able to make an appointment at the site beginning Thursday.”

Northeast Queens to Get Long-Awaited Vaccination Site in Bayside - Flushing Post March 24, 2021 By Allie Griffin A permanent COVID-19 vaccination site is about to open in Northeast Queens. The long-awaited site will be located at the Korean Community Services Center, at 203-05 32nd Ave. in Bayside, and will be in operation seven days a week. Eligible New Yorkers will be able to....

Atlanta-area spa shootings evoke renewed calls for Congress to act against anti-Asian hate — Los Angeles Times 03/19/2021

Atlanta-area spa shootings evoke renewed calls for Congress to act against anti-Asian hate — Los Angeles Times

"For over a year, Asian Americans have been fighting an additional virus of hate and bigotry," Rep. Grace Meng (D-N.Y.) told the committee.

Atlanta-area spa shootings evoke renewed calls for Congress to act against anti-Asian hate — Los Angeles Times A House subcommittee hears from Asian American lawmakers, experts and advocates about the rise of violence and discrimination against Asian Americans.

City to Open Vaccination Site at Flushing Library - Flushing Post 03/10/2021

City to Open Vaccination Site at Flushing Library - Flushing Post

“Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday that the city is opening a site at the Flushing Library, located at 41-17 Main St., and plans to open additional sites in the borough with the help of the Queens Public Library. The QPL has 62 branches scattered across the borough.”

City to Open Vaccination Site at Flushing Library - Flushing Post March 9, 2021 By Christian Murray New York City is opening a new vaccination site in Flushing in partnership with the Queens Public Library. Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday that the city is opening a site at the Flushing Library, located at 41-17 Main St., and plans to open additional sites i...

Sunnysiders Take Stand Against Anti-Asian Hate Crimes | Sunnyside Post 03/08/2021

Sunnysiders Take Stand Against Anti-Asian Hate Crimes | Sunnyside Post

“Bigotry is itself an epidemic disease that is constantly mutating with new variants, and what is targeting one community today will target another community tomorrow and targeted others years before that,” Laymon said.

Sunnysiders Take Stand Against Anti-Asian Hate Crimes | Sunnyside Post March 6, 2021 By Christian Murray A crowd of more than 125 people congregated under the 46th Street--Bliss train station Saturday to express their outrage

Council Candidates to Host "Stand Up Against Asian Hate" Rally in Sunnyside Saturday | Sunnyside Post 03/03/2021

Council Candidates to Host "Stand Up Against Asian Hate" Rally in Sunnyside Saturday | Sunnyside Post

“In our multi-racial city, we must stand in solidarity against racism of all forms to dismantle the system that nurtures inequities,” Won said. “As a city, acknowledging anti-Asian racism is a crucial step in our anti-racist work. It’s not Black against white, it’s everyone against racism.”

Council Candidates to Host "Stand Up Against Asian Hate" Rally in Sunnyside Saturday | Sunnyside Post March 3, 2021 By Allie Griffin Two City Council candidates who are vying for the 26th Council District seat in western Queens are joining together this

Photos from John Choe's post 02/27/2021

Photos from John Choe's post

City Launches Online Toolkit to Address Anti-Asian Hate Crime - Flushing Post 02/25/2021

City Launches Online Toolkit to Address Anti-Asian Hate Crime - Flushing Post

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday the creation of an online toolkit that aims to provide support to New Yorkers of Asian heritage who are subjected to hate crimes.

City Launches Online Toolkit to Address Anti-Asian Hate Crime - Flushing Post Feb. 23, 2021 By Allie Griffin New York City has launched an online toolkit to address the spate of attacks against Asian Americans in recent months. Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday the creation of an online toolkit that aims to provide support to New Yorkers of Asian heritage who are subject...

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