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Community Trade and Classifieds / FF Lovely Window Treatments
« Last post by BEB on Yesterday at 09:51:38 PM »
Free lovely and high quality window treatments. Photos and measurement here (NOTE: does not include bamboo blinds in the photos.): https://newyork.craigslist.org/que/hsh/5993672801.html

Located at 77th st between 37th and 35th aves. For pick up this weekend or early next week! Please message me here if interested so we can arrange a time.

PS please be sure you can bring help with you to assist in removal.
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Restaurants & Food / Re: Seatide Fish Market
« Last post by dssjh on Yesterday at 07:39:19 PM »
talk to the folks at the farmer's market booth. since they also control the fishing boats, he's very aware of exactly when things were caught/harvested and has a really good idea of the shelf life. i've gotten "you should probably use that today or tomorrow" and "that should last through thursday," and all have been right on the money.
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Restaurants & Food / Re: Hae Woon Dae vs. Chung Ki Wa
« Last post by dssjh on Yesterday at 07:36:51 PM »
ooh, yes!

a spicy rendition, with the raw egg broken in....come on, cold weather!
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Restaurants & Food / Asian Taste 86
« Last post by petegart on Yesterday at 07:21:01 PM »
Indonesian food at Asian Taste 86.  86-10 Whitney Ave, Elmhurst.  This is a short walk from JH.  We were in the mood for Indonesian food and decided to try this place.  We were pleasantly suprised because we tried a few others but we like this restaurant the best. On our 1st visit we ate – Gado Gado, Chicken Satay + Beef Rendang + a version of Nasi Goreng with mixed seafood, on the 2nd visit – we had Gado Gado, Chicken Satay + whole fried pompano fish served with a tamarind soup. On the 2nd visit I purchased a beer from the deli on the corner. 
It is a small space with about 7 tables, but it's comfortable.  The people who serve are very nice and the more you enjoy their food the bigger their smiles.  It's a very homey place. 
You can have the 'heat' adjusted to your liking - but we had medium, and they have three hot sauces sitting on the table..
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Neighborhood Chat / Manhattan empty storefronts
« Last post by Shelby2 on Yesterday at 06:31:10 PM »
This article focuses on Manhattan, but other areas may be running into similar issues.

http://thevillager.com/2017/02/23/taking-stock-of-the-state-of-villages-stores/


One of many currently empty storefronts along Bleecker St. in the Village. Photos by Tequila Minsky
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Apartments, Sublets & Roommates / Re: Three Bedroom/Two Bathroom for Sale
« Last post by Marlene on Yesterday at 05:50:23 PM »
Hello Everyone,

This renovated three bedroom/two bathroom co-op for sale in Jackson Heights will show this weekend.  The asking is $750K and the maintenance is $710.  NO BOARD APPROVAL REQUIRED.  Please contact me for an appointment.  My email is marlene.flores@elliman.com.

Take care!

Best,

Marlene Flores - 917-208-6709
Top Producer 2016 - Long Island City
Douglas Elliman Real Estate
marlene.flores@elliman.com
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Neighborhood Chat / Legal Aid hotline re: ICE raids
« Last post by Liz on Yesterday at 02:56:28 PM »
February 12, 2017
***FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE***

The Legal Aid Society Unveils Hotline to Assist Immigrant Communities Impacted by Recent ICE Raids
(New York, NY) – The Legal Aid Society unveiled a hotline this morning following confirmed reports yesterday of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids throughout the city. The hotline went live at 8 a.m. Sunday and Legal Aid attorneys are now reachable in various languages to assist families who have an immediate ICE detention case, questions about their rights or other pressing immigration concerns. Legal Aid also issued an emergency plan fact sheet to help communities prepare in case of detention and deportation of a family member.

New Yorkers can contact the hotline by calling - 844-955-3425 and access important information by visiting www.legal-aid.org.

“The confirmed reports from neighborhood organizations and others yesterday regarding ICE raids on Staten Island have us all concerned. We fear for our clients, immigrants, and others historically marginalized who now live in constant uncertainty,” said The Legal Aid Society’s Attorney-in-Chief Seymour W. James Jr. “Any New Yorker who has been impacted by these raids or has a basic immigration question can call our hotline for immediate legal assistance – Legal Aid attorneys are standing by and ready to help. Our hearts our broken for the impacted families but our resolve to defend is not. As we have for the past 140 years, The Legal Aid Society will continue undeterred protecting the city’s vulnerable, especially in these troubled times.”
 
 
 
 
 
 


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Restaurants & Food / Re: Hae Woon Dae vs. Chung Ki Wa
« Last post by BennyB on Yesterday at 02:53:56 PM »
Another option -- a bit closer than the Flushing options and a bit better than the local ones -- is Natural Tofu in Sunnyside.
This one is really good
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Community Groups, Activities & Events / Jackson Heights Resistance FB Group
« Last post by JH Resist on Yesterday at 01:48:26 PM »
If you are looking for a resource for how to resist the Republican Administration's agenda, as well as connect with your neighbors, please consider joining: https://www.facebook.com/groups/JacksonHeightsResistance/

This is a closed and moderated group. Anyone can find the group and see who is in it, but only members can see posts.
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Neighborhood Chat / Re: Jazz lounge/bar
« Last post by Ed on Yesterday at 01:30:39 PM »
I haven't worked at Terraza 7, so I have no idea what the scene is, but since the gig at NOVO died there isn't a venue in the neighborhood that actually offers musicians any money. I love Espresso 77, but that's a "pass the hat" gig and that insures that I'm not going to be able to book the level of musicians I want to play with (and you'd want to hear) to the neighborhood. My friend Joe is trying to get a steady summer public performance series with a jazz focus, they've had workshops and performances for the last two summers, but those are intermittent and ancillary to supporting a vibrant neighborhood musical scene.

But given the disappearance of live music from most venues that are not music destinations, I'm not sanguine.
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