Queens, NY Focus
The impact of Bloomberg's budget cuts: Queens' PS 143 has longest kindergarten waiting list in city...Also: Queens library to whack 300 workers, 14 branches...Also: High school like 10 lbs of sausage in a 5-lb bag!...Also: Limited stop service coming to Q58...how many MORE ways will Bloomberg ruin NYC?
Uncertain Future for Atlas Park Property
Which one will the city choose: park or warehouses?
Federal Bureau of Investigation - New York City Police Department Detective Arrested on Federal Civil Rights Charges for Sexual Misconduct
Bloomberg reduces street trash collection
Queens Nabes Burning with Anger Over Mayor’s Fire Cuts
LIC rooftop becomes farm
Queens Crap asks: What's With Bill de Blasio?...the simple answer, well known to Brooklyn, is that de Blasio is a developer shill, plain and simple.
Conflict of interest evident at Queens Borough Board meeting
Hundreds Rally in Queens Against FDNY Budget Cuts
Woodhaven Blvd Unsafe for Pedestrians
LIC’s Con Edison’s ‘cool’ roofs reduce energy costs
LIC Greenmarket will move to Wednesday starting this July
Queen's Crap: Shining a spotlight on overdevelopment and corruption in Queens and beyond
LIQCity: Long Island City Neighborhood blog
Lost in the Ozone: local Politics, Education, Community Affairs, Environment, History, Birding,Jamaica Bay, Ridgewood Reservoir, Forest Park, and other assorted items of interest... Concentrating on the Borough of Queens
Willets Point United: Business and land owners dedicated to fighting eminent domain abuse at Willets Point in Queens, NY.
Democracy for NYC in Queens:
Democracy for New York City (DFNYC) is a volunteer-driven non-profit political action committee. We are part of a national coalition of local groups committed to the ideals espoused by Democracy for America, the organization founded by Howard Dean.
We work both locally and nationally to ensure that fiscally-responsible and socially-progressive candidates win elections at all levels of government. We develop innovative ways to advocate for the issues that matter to our members and promote legislation which has a positive effect in our communities. We engage people in the political process and give them the tools to organize, communicate, mobilize, and enact change on the local, state, and national level.
Currently there are three Brooklyn chapters: Each meets the First Wednesday of every month.
Astoria, Queens - 7:30pm, - Ommonia Cafe 32-20 Broadway, with host Jeremiah Frei-Pearson and Costa Constantinides.
Sunnyside, Queens - 7:30pm, Bliss Street Station restaurant, 47-02 Greenpoint Ave., with host Dan Jacoby.
Bayside, Queens - 7:00pm, The First Edition, 41-08 Bell Blvd, right near the LIRR stop, with host Steve Behar of Democrats for New Politics.
DRINKING LIBERALLY IN QUEENS:
An informal, inclusive progressive social group. Raise your spirits
while you raise your glass, and share ideas while you share a pitcher.
Drinking Liberally gives like-minded, left-leaning individuals a place
to talk politics. You don't need to be a policy expert and this isn't a
book club - just come and learn from peers, trade jokes, vent
frustration and hang out in an environment where it's not taboo to talk
* Second and Fourth Friday of each month, 7:30 pm
* Studio Square Beer Garden, 35-33 36th Street, Long Island City, NY ((Look for our signs or ask the helpful staff))
* Hosted by Donald Graff, queens (at) drinkingliberally.org
Lesbian & Gay Democratic Club of Queens
The Lesbian & Gay Democratic Club of Queens (LGDCQ) is the only lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender independent Democratic club in the Borough of Queens.
The LGDCQ was founded eleven years ago to increase the visibility of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities in the political arena of Queens, New York City, New York State and the nation.
To receive the monthly newsletter or to be put on the Club's mailing list contact;
Democratic District Leader Daniel Dromm at
Write "LGDCQ Newsletter" in subject title.