Week in Review

Catch up on stories that took place in Douglaston and Little Neck this week.

This week’s top news included local crime and business stories.

Thieves broke into a dozen or so cars parked at two buildings along Douglaston Parkway and Patch posted the 111th Precinct’s crime statistics for April.

Team Kralj, a new mixed martial arts studio, debuted on 235th Street and the upgraded reopened.

And the annual Mega Yard Sale was held at homes throughout Douglaston.

Here is your Week in Review:


on Northern Boulevard after being closed three months for renovations.

Reviews in include “The Five-Year Engagement,” “The Raven,” “Bernie” and “Sound of My Voice.”


Councilman Dan Halloran, R-Whitestone, calls for .

Carol Brock’s latest is about last weekend’s cleanup at Udalls Cove.

The windows of at least 12 vehicles parked at two buildings along Douglaston Parkway are smashed out. The thieves .

Also, check out the 111th Precinct’s .


This week’s Little Neck’s Own pick is silent actor Francis X. Bushman. The National Art League prepares to unveil its .


Mixed martial arts studio Team Kralj opens for business in Douglaston Village.


The United Federation of Teachers puts out the call for those interested in attending this year’s dinner dance. And take a look at GrowNYC's list of farmers taking part in this year's Douglaston Greenmarket.


Check out photos of homes that took place in this weekend’s Mega Yard Sale.


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