Many of the week’s top stories were previews of upcoming events in August.
Be sure to check out Patch’s preview of the ’s Night Out Against Crime, ’s debut of a plaque at Joseph Hellman Overlook and a rundown of ’s shows this fall at its performing arts center.
Other stories this week included the city Department of Transportation’s approval of a speed hump near two Bayside schools and state Assemblyman Edward Braunstein criticizing the MTA for a MetroCard surcharge at Long Island Rail Road station vending machines.
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Take a look at Patch contributor Kristin Allocco’s .
Reviews in included “The Watch,” “Killer Joe” and “Ruby Sparks.”
Braunstein bashes the MTA after the agency purchased at LIRR vending machines.
The DOT approves a due to its proximity to and Bell Academy. And be sure to check out Patch’s photos from the 34th annual at the Queens County Farm Museum.
in the 111th Precinct, according to police statistics. And be sure to vote in our poll on whether you agree with Mayor Michael Bloomberg or the United Federation of Teachers on .
Take a look at our preview of the 111th Precinct’s upcoming event.
CB 11 will honor late community activist Joseph Hellman with a plaque at a site in Douglaston that will soon be transformed into an overlook bearing Hellman’s name.
And check out the lineup of musicians, comedians and theater troupes that will perform this fall at Queensborough Community College’s performing arts center.
The fall semester is quickly approaching. Take a look at this list of 10 items that incoming freshmen will likely need for their dorm rooms.