Queens Community Helps Save Iconic New York State Pavilion from Demolition

Queens Community Helps Save Iconic New York State Pavilion from Demolition

Preservationists let down by New York City's decision to seal off the world's oldest subway tunnel will be cheered to learn that community activism has helped save another city landmark…

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Massive Village of 160 Gingerbread Houses Pops Up at the NY Hall of Science

Massive Village of 160 Gingerbread Houses Pops Up at the NY Hall of Science

Lovitch has been making his sweet architectural treats in his Bronx apartment since February, using over 2,200 pounds of icing, 400 pounds of candy and 400 pounds of gingerbread dough.…

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New Documentary Sheds Light on Philip Johnson's Forgotten 1964 World's Fair New York State Pavilion

New Documentary Sheds Light on Philip Johnson's Forgotten 1964 World's Fair New York State Pavilion

Have you ever noticed those big, spaceship-looking towers hovering over Flushing Meadow Park in Queens, and wondered what they were? Or maybe you remember them from their little cameo…

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Queens Residents Outraged Over Bloomberg's Plan to Redevelop Flushing Meadows Park

Queens Residents Outraged Over Bloomberg's Plan to Redevelop Flushing Meadows Park

Photo via Flapane Earlier this year, Mayor Bloomberg announced a massive plan to transform Willets Point, Queens into a mega complex including a mall, movie theaters, parking lots…

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