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1. Local Advertisers:
1.QHS
2.AstoriaParkAlliance
Astoria Park Alliance
3.EsquireNYC
Esquire Mens Clothing Store - Astoria, Queens & NYC
4.Halvatzis
Halvatzis Realty - Realtors In Astoria
5.UrbanLifestyle
Urban Lifestyle - Furniture In Astoria
6.Odyssey
Eyeglasses In Astoria & Contact Lens in Astoria
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2. Articles & Maps:advanced search
1.Greater Astoria Historical Society
Greater Astoria Historical Society This map shows the location of the Greater Astoria Historical Society in Long Island City along the Astoria border. We include the museum as an attraction in the Astoria section because of its name, but they also cover Long Island City history.  Click here to view a map with links to a story about the Greater Astoria Historical Society.
Published Tuesday, December 9, 2008 11:31 pm

2.Greater Astoria Historical Society - Astoria / LIC Long Island City
Greater Astoria Historical Society Astoria. The Greater Astoria Historical Society has been serving the community for decades. Bob Singleton has been one of a core group of people who have dedicated themselves to keeping the history of the area alive. On Saturday, February 21st I had the opportunity to visit the society for a book signing of 'Queens: Past And Present' by author Jason D. Antos [shown in photo above]. Click here to read / view a brief overview of the Greater Astoria Historical Society and its programs. While technically the society is located in LIC / Long Island City, it is closer to the Astoria neighborhood restaurants and businesses, which is why we include it here [the Quinn Building is located two blocks into LIC / Long Island City].
Published Tuesday, February 24, 2009 11:08 pm

3.Ridgewood Historical Society - Onderdonk House
Ridgewood Historical Society / Onderdonk House Queens Neighborhoods / Queens Buzz. The Ridgewood Historical Society is based out of the Onderdonk House - an early Dutch settler house.  Use search to find story about it. Click here to view a map of the Onderdonk House / Ridgewood Historical Society.
Published Wednesday, June 5, 2013 2:22 pm

4.Kingsland Homestead - Queens History
Kingsland Homestead - History Of Queens NY Also Home to Queens Historical Society Exhibitions & Offices December 13, 2009 / Flushing / Queens History / Queens Buzz NYC.   The Kingsland Homestead is a part of early American history. Today it is the home of the Queens Historical Society which sponsors a number of programs designed to continuously educate the public about Queens and the nation's past.   Click here to learn a bit more about the Kingsland Homestead and Queens history.
Published Thursday, December 17, 2009 12:08 am

5.Astoria in the 1980's: Contemporary History of Astoria at the Greater Astoria Historical Society
Two Guys From Astoria: Astoria in the 1980's Greater Astoria Historical Society Hosts a Contemporary History February 1, 2016 / Astoria Neighborhood / Astoria History / Queens Buzz. I attended a program presented by Joseph Cicchelli and Steven Fella entitled Two Guys From Astoria, which was hosted by the Greater Astoria Historical Society. The program was in essence a contemporary history of Astoria presented by 'two guys from Astoria'. The two guys, Joseph Cicchelli and Steven Fella, were neighbors in the Astoria section of Queens during the 1980's at a time when Astoria, Queens was in the midst of a much different kind of transition than ithe neighborhood is going through today. It was a time when an earlier wave of the Queens melting pot had become 'Americanized' while the next wave of immigration was in full bloom. Queens has a history of welcoming immigrants from around the globe, whose children grow up together culturally, as fellow Americans and fellow human beings. But the story told by Cicchelli and Fella is a nostalgic look back at Americana as seen through the youthful eyes of two young Astorians who still are old neighborhood friends. The narrative takes place on the streets of Astoria numbered in the 40's around 30th Avenue. The Two Guys From Astoria presentation was delivered first-person, blog-style, bringing back to life many of the local and national icons of the time. Suped up cars, Pink Floyd, leather jackets and 'broken' fire hydrants, during the long hot summer days - were all a part of the narrative. Click here to read the rest of a contemporary history of Astoria presented by Joseph Cicchelli and Steven Fella at the Greater Astoria Historical Society on January 11, 2016.
Published Tuesday, February 2, 2016 3:04 pm

6.Lent Riker Homestead - Jackson Heights NY
Lent Riker Homestead In Jackson Heights The Lent Riker Homestead is located in the Jackson Heights neighborhood of Queens NY.  The home is believed to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited private dwellings in New York City.   It was built in 1654 as a one room house by a Dutch settler named Abraham Riker. Click here to view the rest of the story on the Lent Riker Homestead in Jackson Heights.
Published Monday, September 8, 2008 11:15 pm

7.Queens Bridge Centennial Celebration Events
Queens Bridge Events - Centennial Celebration Queens / June 2, 2009. The Queens Bridge was erected in 1909. Queens Bridge Centennial celebrations begin the weekend of June 6th. There are a myriad of events taking place which we will post a bit later this week. They include art related events which you can see now in the Queens Art Express story, as well as a bike ride, an historic walk across the bridge, park events and a number of other happenings. We'll provide a full schedule of Queens Bridge Centennial events by mid week. Click this link to the beginning section of the Queens Bridge Events - Queensboro Bridge Centennial Celebration Events.
Published Tuesday, June 2, 2009 11:09 am

8.Kingsland Homestead & Queens Historical Society - Flushing
This map shows the location of the Kingsland Homestead in the Flushing neighborhood of Queens NY. This site is the home to the Queens Historical Society QHS and one of the oldest surviving dwellings in Queens NY.
Published Wednesday, December 10, 2008 1:56 pm

9.Friends of the Steinway Mansion
Queens Next Great Museum? Friends of Steinway Mansion Begin Their Journey October 8, 2013 / Astoria Neighborhood / Queens History / Queens Buzz. They reminded me a bit of George Washington's rag tag band, scurrying from pitched battle to pitched battle, never really winning ... until the end ... because of their unyielding will and their relentless pursuit of the greater good. This is a story about the Friends of the Steinway Mansion. In 2010 Michael Halberian, the longest living inhabitant of the Steinway Mansion, put it on the market, likely knowing at the age of 83, that his time here on the planet was limited. After a flurry of publicity and verbal support for preserving the Steinway Mansion by Queens government officials, interest in it died down shortly after Michael's death in December of 2010. But not everyone lost interst ... click here to read our report on an effort to preserve the Steinway Mansion by its Friends and transform it into a world class museum.
Published Tuesday, October 8, 2013 4:57 pm

10.Queens History - History of Queens NY
Queens History Queens NY / Queens Buzz. This is a summary of some of Queens History, particularly focused on some of the sites and attractions still in existence today in Queens NY. This report about Queens history includes LIC Long Island City, Astoria, Sunnyside, Woodside, Flushing, Jamaica, Forest Hills, Corona, Elmhurst. The report includes photos of some of the historic sites in Astoria, Long Island City, Sunnyside, Flushing, Jackson Heights and Jamaica as well. Click here for a report on some of Queens history.        
Published Wednesday, June 24, 2009 10:12 pm

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3. Business Directory:advanced search
1.Greater Astoria Historical Society
The Greater Astoria Historical Society has a museum that houses collections from the Long Island City Astoria area. They also host a number of programs throughout the year to educate the public about the history of Astoria and Long Island City. GAHS.

2.Queens Historical Society
QHS - the Queens Historical Society is one of the leading historical societies in Queens.

3.Vander Ende-Onderdonk House / Ridgewood Historical Society
The house is the oldest Dutch colonial house in New York City. It is also home to the Ridgewood Historical Society.

4.Astoria Hair Salons - Redken Saloon Salon
Redken Saloon Salon is a leading Astoria hair salon in Astoria, Queens. RSS hair salon Astoria is a place to go for hair coloring, hair cuts and hair extensions in Astoria.

5.Natura Spa
An Astoria hair salon & day spa.

6.Hair Shapers
Hair Shapers is an Astoria hair salon.

7.Indigo Boutique & Beauty Center - NA
Indigo is an Astoria hair salon and beauty center. Possibly closed.

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