Like piranhas to a cow in the Amazon River, the children of LIC picked the grass in Gantry Park clean of eggs in under a minute. In three waves they came. in three waves they conquered. Sure, there was some jostling, and an occasional [Read more…] about THE PIRANHAS OF LONG ISLAND CITY
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Christmas isn’t all about gifts, and Easter isn’t all about eggs. There’s chocolate bunnies too, and those cute yellow chick marshmallows that taste like styrofoam and take centuries to decompose – Little Peeps! As for Good Friday, it wasn’t really a very ‘good’ day for the main participant involved. Yet in aggregate, both holidays, or holy days actually, add up to a three-day weekend. For those not taking the G-5 down to Bermuda, these two holidays bookend a huge event on the Spring social calendar here in Long Island City: the annual Trinity Grace Church Easter Egg Hunt in Gantry Park.
This is the seventh year of the hunt, and though we have written previously about the juvenile frenzy – in adults – that the hunt evinces, I’m going to bring you up to date on the latest scientific data: [Read more…] about EGGS, EGGS, EGGS, EGGS, EGGS LIC
The Mayor and the City Council reached an agreement to increase building size allowances in a number of zones in NYC, one of which is in the Court Square/Queens Plaza neighborhood. In return for this increased density, developers will set aside a portion of the new apartments for affordable housing. I’m not going to delve deep into this story as I have already done so recently here and here. The distillation of it then and now continues to be: [Read more…] about GET READY FOR PACKED SUBWAY CARS LIC