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1.Last Mets Baseball Games At Shea Stadium - Flushing Queens NY
Last Baseball Games Played At Shea Mets Lose To Marlins 4 - 2 Flushing Meadows / September 2008 / Queens Buzz. The New York Mets played the Florida Marlins in the last three games played at Shea Stadium in the Flushing Corona neighborhood of Queens NY. Shea Stadium will be demolished in the winter of 2009.
Published Tuesday, November 4, 2008 3:21 pm

2.Shea Stadium Demolition - Flushing Queens NY
Shea Stadium Demolition Shea Going, Going Flushing Meadows Corona Park / February 14, 2009 / Queens Buzz. "All that's left of Shea Stadium is its pitching", remarked one fan who'd come out to shoot farewell photos of the legendary stadium. "Seems pitching is the first to come and the last to go", he continued. "I hope Citifield does better than the bank." Ah yes, who would have thought? I spoke to a foreman who said the demolition effort began after the first of the year and the structure was scheduled to be completely down, although not removed, by the middle of the month. Based on the looks of things, it seems they are pretty well on schedule. Click this link for the rest of the story about Shea Stadium / Citi Field in Flushing Meadows Corona Park.
Published Wednesday, February 18, 2009 3:16 pm

3.A Taste Of The World Queens - Citi Field Flushing NY
A Taste Of The World 2009 - Queens Flushing / April 21, 2009. We had the opportunity to cover 'A Taste Of The World' at Citi Field on Tuesday night. Unfortunately we were confined to Caesar's Club which is the new bar and restaurant on the fifth floor of the complex, so this report will include only a small update on the new stadium. Sixty restaurants were included in the event, all of which were from a section of Queens. We sampled a number of their offerings and we'll provide a full review in the Restaurants section sometime this weekend or early next week. In the meantime, click this link for a very sketchy first draft of A Taste Of The World in Queens at Citi Field in Flushing NY.  
Published Wednesday, April 22, 2009 12:36 am

4.Queens Chamber of Commerce - Biz Expo 2012
Biz Expo 2012 - Queens Chamber Of Commerce May 22, 2012 / Flushing & Jackson Heights / Queens Business / Queens Buzz. I attended the Queens Chamber Biz Expo at CitiField on Tuesday. The event runs from 10 am - 3 pm, offering an opportunity for visitors to browse through the tables of between 50 - 75 or so businesses offering services in Queens. While some of the businesses at Biz Expo 2012 at CitiField were the larger firms with national brands, the majority of the companies in attendance were home grown Queens businesses, covering a range of products and services offered in the borough, including a number of relatively new companies in the food and energy fields. In the photo above is the entrance to the Queens Chamber of Commerce Biz Expo 2012 at Caesar's Club at CitiField in Flushing. Click here to read the rest of our report including Queens Chamber of Commerce Biz Expo 2012 photos.
Published Tuesday, May 22, 2012 3:13 pm

5.Flushing Harbor - Flushing Queens NY
This map shows the location of Flushing Harbor in Flushing Queens NY. The harbor can be accessed via the #7 subway line [Citifield / Mets stop] and walking north through the parking lot, or via the Flushing Harbor exit along the Grand Central Parkway.
Published Saturday, September 26, 2009 5:32 pm

6.Citi Field Stadium & Shea Stadium - Flushing Queens
This map shows the location of Citi Field Stadium in Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens NY. Citi Field is the home of the New York Mets baseball team, following the demolition of Shea Stadium in 2009.
Published Wednesday, February 18, 2009 3:08 pm

7.Events In Queens - September 2008
Queens Events - September 2008 This was a calendar of things to do in Queens for the month of September 2008.
Published Tuesday, September 2, 2008 8:48 pm

8.Flushing Real Estate & Business
Flushing Real Estate & Business Real Estate, Realtors, Condos, Apartments, Prices & Market Flushing Real Estate / Queens Real Estate / Queens Buzz. This is the Flushing & Corona Real Estate section of the site. Click here to view reports about real estate in Flushing & Corona Queens.
Published Tuesday, March 29, 2011 1:37 pm

9.Bikes & Bike Riding - Tour De Queens NY
Tour De Queens - Photos Of Riders Flushing Queens /Queens Buzz. The second annual Tour De Queens departed on time today at 9.30 am for an 18 mile ride through the borough [the original plan was for a 24 mile course]. We'll be posting a photo album later today with tons of photos taken of the riders as they departed from the Queens Museum Of Art in Flushing Meadows Corona Park. The winds were blowing at between five and ten miles per hour which cooled things down, as the temperatures rose into the low eighties on a moderately humid day. Originally the course was to be outlined within the New York Panorama inside the Queens Museum Of Art as had been done last year. But given the current exhibition, Red Lines Housing Crisis, was already using the panaorama as part of the exhibit, outlining the course for the Tour De Queens was dropped. The course was finalized late Friday July 10th, but we are in the process of creating a map of it, so stay tuned. Click here to view photos and read a brief report about the Tour De Queens bike ride - photos in Queens or click here to view photos of the Tour De Queens Bike Riders.
Published Sunday, July 12, 2009 6:26 pm

10.1964 Worlds Fair - NYC World's Fair 1964 - 1965
The NYC World's Fair: 1964 - 1965 in Flushing Queens NYC Stadiums: Battle of the Titans - PART II - Battle for the Heart of a Park & ... and the Soul of a Borough January 21, 2013 / Queens Neighborhoods / Queens Issues / Queens Buzz. Click here for Part I of our report series on Developments in Flushing Meadows Corona Park where we journeyed back to the Corona Ash Dump, immortalized in the Great Gatsby, and later transformed into a World’s Fair utopia by Robert Moses, Fiorello LaGuardia and the 1939 World’s Fair committee. The 1939 World’s Fair attracted over 40 million people, but lost over $100 million, as it opened the year Nazi Germany began invading its European neighbors, and while Japan was busy invading China. Nonetheless, in spite of a financial failure for the 1939 World’s Fair bondholders, the fair had enabled NYC and Robert Moses to complete phase one of his vision to transform the Corona Ash Dump into NYC’s premier city park, and build a whole new network of highways around it. Ebbets Field in Brooklyn & The Brooklyn Dodgers We resume our story, after WWII, as a young lawyer in Brooklyn began working for the Brooklyn Dodgers. The Dodgers played at Ebbets Field just east of Prospect Park in what was once part of the Flatbush neighborhood [now Crown Heights] of Brooklyn. The year is 1943 as a 40 year-old lawyer, Walter O’Malley, leaves the Brooklyn Trust Company where he had oversight responsibilities for troubled companies, including the Brooklyn Dodgers. You can click here later today to read Part II of our report on proposed developments in Flushing Meadows Corona Park entitled NYC Stadiums & Battle of the Titans. Or click this link in the meantime to view Part I of our report series about the beginnings of Flushing Meadows Corona Park and the 1939 World's Fair. 
Published Monday, January 21, 2013 1:05 pm

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