Checking in at restaurant at 43-10 Crescent Street

Back in May, The Court Square Blog broke the news that restaurateur Shaunna Sargent from Indie Food & Wine in Lincoln Center was opening a new restaurant at Linc LIC at 43-10 Crescent Street.1 We stopped by last week to check in on the process, and it appears that construction is moving along in the space, […]
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Board Games at Bierocracy on Wednesday nights

Board Games at Bierocracy Wednesdays from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM Bierocracy 12–23 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, NY You already knew that Bierocracy had amazing beer and great food. But did you know that you can also improve your strategic and problem-solving skills while meeting new people there as well? Bierocracy is very excited […]
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Opening Reception of Nicola L. and Kelly Akashi, Sunday, September 17

Fall 2017 Exhibitions Opening Reception Sunday, September 17, 2017, 5-7pm SculptureCenter is pleased to present two solo exhibitions by Nicola L. and Kelly Akashi, on view September 18 – December 18, 2017. Join us for the Opening Reception on Sunday, September 17, 2017, 5-7pm.   Nicola L.: Works, 1968 to the Present Since the 1960s, Nicola L. has occupied a unique position through her interdisciplinary […]
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Starbucks at 26-14 Jackson Avenue opens today

The first brick and mortar Starbucks in Long Island City will open its doors at 26-14 Jackson Avenue today.1 “We are excited to welcome the community,” said Starbucks Manager of Global Communications Maggie Jantzen in a previous interview with The Court Square Blog. Permanent signage was installed recently, as seen in the photo below. The space […]
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Olive’s Organic Market opens at 42-37 27th Street

Olive’s Organic Market opened its doors on Wednesday at 42-37 27th Street. The market features a hot bar and fully stocked bakery, along with the traditional supermarket items. According to the store owners, the market will be open 24 hours a day. Signage had appeared for the site back in May, and in late July, […]
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