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On January 1, 2020, New York ushered in a new bail law that delivers justice, fairness, and public safety. As a result, thousands of New Yorkers who otherwise would not have been able to afford bail, or only do so at great personal expense, have...

Queens Memory is an ongoing program supported by Queens Library and Queens College, CUNY, designed to collect stories, images and other evidence of life in the borough of Queens. These records get a permanent home in the Archives and are featured in the gallery where...

Celebrate Queens Pride at this annual parade down 37th Avenue (from 89th Street to 75th Street) in Jackson Heights, followed by an afternoon street festival in the neighborhood (on 37th Road) that features live music, DJs, drag performances, and local vendors and cuisine. This year's...

Queensbridge Houses is America's oldest and largest public housing community. Home to nearly 7000 official residents, this 3100 apartment Queens neighborhood sits between the east river and a rapidly developing Long Isltand city. This film is the culmination of a year-long partnership between LaGuardia Community...