Hunters Point in Long Island City is getting a new Indian Restaurant. It will be located at 10-57 Jackson Avenue in the former home of BANY, an asian fusion restaurant that closed about a year ago.[Read more…] about New Indian Restaurant Coming To Hunters Point in LIC
BLEAK winter is near, the public schools have shut down, and the pandemic is in an upswing – the latter of which is keeping many people from getting together with relatives. I’ve got my Swanson Turkey TV Dinner all ready to go. Will take it out of the freezer an hour before cooking to give it that real turkey taste. No friends this year, but still wearing my mask between sips. But I’m looking at the bright side and thankful that I have reliable Thanksgiving mainstays the Lions and Cowboys as accompaniment.[Read more…] about Ahh Thanksgiving 2020, Yeah In LIC
Virginia, your little friends are wrong. They have been affected by the skepticism of a skeptical age. They do not believe except they see. They think that nothing can be which is not comprehensible by their little minds.
LOST in the hubbub of the election, it’s aftermath, and a raging pandemic, was the second anniversary of Amazon’s announcement of Long Island City as the co-winner for HQ2 on November 5. Were it to have been consummated the headquarters would probably have been in its early stages of development right now. While office workers would have been a few years out (ex those assigned to the Citi Building in Court Square), construction workers would have been plentiful, buttressing the lunch time and happy hour business along Vernon Boulevard. And the thought of what was to come in another year or two would have given LIC a light at the end of the tunnel. Now we have?[Read more…] about Yes Virginia, Amazon HQ2 Is On Track
WE just report the news here, we don’t create it. And sometimes we just riff on news that others initiated, and sometimes others do likewise on our scoops. Thus the reason for the somewhat incongruous headline above. Yet these days everything is intertwined with Covid to some degree.[Read more…] about Food, Food, Food & Covid In Long Island City
AS of 11am this past Saturday it’s official: we can get back to normal and obsess over mundane local issues like ‘Stop’ signs and Filipino Taco Stands.[Read more…] about The New Normal In Long Island City