It was a busy week for news – especially politics – in northeast Queens this week.
Patch readers weighed in on who they believed won the second presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
Douglaston residents were surprised to hear that Strawberry’s Sports Grill closed its doors permanently earlier in the week.
And Community Board 11 told Patch that it would hold a public hearing for a controversial development in Bayside during its upcoming meeting.
Here is your Week in Review.
Strawberry’s Sports Grill goes out of business. Reviews in This Week at the Movies included “Argo,” “Seven Psychopaths” and “Sinister.”
Patch readers voted in a poll on whether Obama or Romney won the second presidential debate. And a recent report found that New York was the only state with a rise in unemployment.
Two news anchors, one from Bayside and another from Douglaston, were inducted into the Brooklyn Diocese’s hall of fame.
CB 11 will vote whether to approve a variance for a development being constructed by the controversial Tommy Huang during its Nov. 5 meeting. And the Center for the Women of New York announced an upcoming job fair and conference in Flushing.
The Bayside Village Business Improvement District is hosting a Halloween sidewalk sale with holiday-themed activities for kids.
This week’s Meet the Owner profile is Jerry Emerson, of Douglaston’s Peak Bicycle Shop.
Take a look at Patch’s horror movie canon to help you pick the creepiest films to watch this Halloween. And this year's Dick Lynch Turkey Trot could be cancelled.